WordPress and Plugins – A Quick Look


WordPress is on Fire

WordPress backend is on Fire for Building WordPress Websites
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Many of you would have no idea about the types of technology that is being expanded upon each day. It has brilliantly occurred to me today as I was building out my online business another set of awesome building blocks that are easily installed into the WordPress backend for anyone to use, but more importantly, absolute beginners. As I was writing a new review today, I was looking for a way to let pure readers also add their review to the bottom of my completed review and I came across what you could call a “ToolBox” of building blocks that are commonly known as plugins, except this was not just one or two plugins, it was a whole “ToolBox” of them. The reason why this occurred to me today (how seriously good WordPress is) is because I had just finished finding a “ToolBox” of the same type of plugins just the other day which I added to my WordPress back end when I saw them. Then today, when I found this whole new page, it hit me right where I stood. If anyone is not using WordPress in today’s day and age, they are being left behind no matter where they are.

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WordPress backend is on Fire for Building WordPress Websites
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WordPress backend is on Fire for Building WordPress Websites
WORDPRESS TOOLBOX PLUGINS
WordPress backend is on Fire for Building WordPress Websites
WORDPRESS TOOLBOX PLUGINS

WordPress is enabling absolute beginners to build stunning looking websites in a matter of minutes and I would like more people finding out about this topic. To start using WordPress, you would have to choose a web hosting platform where the host would hold and “manage” the importance and security of your site. There are lots of different web hosting services but what they offer is not practical for beginners. I mean, to start with, most of them you would have to be someone tech savvy already with a fire to work hard knowing exactly what you want [because you’ve seen it]. This is the common era we’re living in now.

But, there is one platform that completely completes what I mentioned during the first part of this post. For a beginner to be able to completely take heed of what WordPress has to offer they would need a training that could allow them to build their website in seconds, allowing them to move on into the back in of their site and begin working away. Absolutely, all of the web hostings online that claim to sport website builders, do not have real-website builders. They are all mere building blocks that which one could have to put together. You may have seen or heard of drag and drop blocks before? This is what they use (even MailChimp). For a beginner to keep up with what is happening with technology (And WordPress), they would need a site builder that just builds their site in seconds without them having to get all messed up trying to build something which they have no idea how to build. This is what I’m noticing online at the moment, all these fancy web hostings are coming out (and affiliate trainings) which do not offer a simple way (for someone who has no idea) how to just build their website and carry on creating good content.

However, there is one training that does do this, and I hope you can get started with it today so you can see what I’m talking about with WordPress and their plugins. I mean, newbies can have no knowledge about business and in an instant become an online entrepreneur. This is the future and if you’re wondering what you are doing with your future I think you would be excited to see this.

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10 thoughts on “WordPress and Plugins – A Quick Look”

  1. Thank you for this great guide for us, beginners, in WordPress. I am so interested in building my own website and I don’t have foreknowledge about it and every article and help means a lot for me. Things about plugins are still a bit of a struggle for me, to know what to choose, who can recommend the right plugin for many issues. I will ask you in the future if you can offer us some help in WordPress building site problems.

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    • Hi, and thanks for your comment, I see you know how to find good articles online. Do you have a site and need more information or are you happy learning from reading the reviews here? Whatever your situation, I’m glad this website has come in handy for you. 

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  2. Thank you for bringing up this great post on WordPress- The foundation of every blog should be. Indeed it was so easy to use already and with the “toolbox” it is impressive. A new blogger does not worry about building their website all by themselves with a complete toolbox available for plugins. You think about it and you get it. Content writers need not be tech-savvy to complete their website functionality. It was a great learning that way.

    But, my only fear using a number of plugins has been – will it slow my site and make it unapproachable for visitors?

    Whatever, if plugins are chosen carefully, I understand it will not disrupt the page loading – your comment on this?

    I have begun using WordPress recently and have found it much more user friendly helping in creating nice websites which Blogger did not earlier. Hence, I am already a WordPress Fan.

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    • Hi, and thanks for your comments here Rohit, I would like to answer your first question, which was what do I think about plugins slowing sites down and honestly I don’t think they do. I think WordPress is to advance and there’s just no way that it’s possible. But just because of this doesn’t mean I go and download 100 different plugins. If I have some that I’m not using, I’ll delete them and even let them sit there and remain inactive. But they don’t slow my site down at all.

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  3. Great article on WordPress Michael, especially for beginners like me. I recently started a blog on WordPress as well and couldn’t agree more that it is so user friendly and easy to use. I would never have thought a stay at home mum with 0 technical experiences like me would be able to build a site, but WordPress made it possible. Thanks for sharing!

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    • Hi, Priya, and thanks for commenting. I’m glad you found my WordPress article helpful. WordPress is an amazing tool, and being able to build an online business just like that is something I think everyone should be made more aware of, hey!

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  4. This is a very interesting post on WordPress along with the Toolbox plugin that you’ve described. It is always challenging for anybody that is not tech savvy plus beginners to build a website and create something that will look good and is also easy to use.

    To have these plugins to assist you, is awesome. I have heard that plugins can slow down the loading speed of your website, so would this Toolbox have an affect on the speed of my website?

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    • Hi, Line, and thanks for commenting on my WordPress article. I have also heard that plugins can slow down websites but to be honest I have never experienced it for myself, so I don’t even think that is true. But I’m glad you like my post and I look forward to seeing you again.

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  5. Basically WordPress is a CMS system, and the most popular platform used to build websites. It is actually estimated that over 30% of all existing websites were created in it. This is an open-source program software, which means that users are given access to its code, which can be changed to what suites them. So I’d say it’s a plus to beginners and those who are not tech savvy to build a website and create something that will look great and it’s quite easy to use. Thanks for putting this through Michael.

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    • Hi, Josh, and thank you for this awesome piece of content that my readers will find very valuable. WordPress is wonderful site especially for beginners, to which they can rearrange and prepare their site to how they want it just by clicking a few buttons. It is wonderful.

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