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40 Useful Tools to Manage and Grow Your WordPress Blog

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This past week, our founder Syed Balkhi did a presentation at WordCamp New York 2014 where he shared his favorite tools that help him manage and grow our WordPress blogs. Below is the list of 40 useful tools to manage and grow your WordPress blog.

1. VaultPress

Backups are extremely crucial for any online business to grow. We use VaultPress on WPBeginner and all our websites. It is a subscription based service with different plans and pricing. VaultPress offers automated real-time cloud backup solution with one click restore option.

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How to Update a WordPress Theme without Losing Customization

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Download your existing WordPress theme

As a beginner, when you want to customize your WordPress theme, you simply paste code snippets directly into your theme files. This becomes a problem when a new update is released for your theme because updating a theme wipes out all customization. Recently one of our readers asked if it was possible to update a theme without losing the customization he made. In this article, we will show you how to update a WordPress theme without losing customization.

First thing you need to do is connect to...

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Why You Should Use WordPress?

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Why You Should Use WordPress

Often beginners ask us: Why should I use WordPress? Isn't my old site good enough? Why do I need to switch to WordPress? If you're asking these questions, then you're at the right place. In this article, we have compiled a few reasons why you should use WordPress, in what ways you can use WordPress, and who is using WordPress.

Often people make the mistake of classifying WordPress as just a blogging platform. Although that used to be true in the past, WordPress has evolved through out...

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Are You Prepared Against A Hack?

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By Daniel Kanchev “Danger: malware ahead!” and “This website may harm your computer” are the two sentences that I hate most and that I don't want any of my clients to see when they open their website. If you have seen any of them on your own website, then I'll bet you still remember your panic attack and how you struggled to get your website up and running ASAP. Many great articles show how to prevent a website from being hacked. Unfortunately, unless you take it offline, your website is not and will never be completely unhackable. Don't get me wrong, you...

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