Getting to Know Jenny Munn

Jenny Munn is an SEO strategist, trainer, and consultant who helps businesses and marketing teams maximize their return on investing in search engine optimization and generate more leads to their website. She’s passionate about her field, and believes SEO is a no-brainer for companies who want to reduce costs, increase the number of qualified leads, and make more money.

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WP All Import 4.1.1 – Mandatory Security Update – WP All Import

WP All Import 4.1.1 is a mandatory security update. It patches a severe vulnerability in WP All Import. You should upgrade immediately. A special thanks goes to James Golovich ( for reporting the vulnerability to us! At the time of this writing, we have not received any reports of sites hacked as a result of this vulnerability.

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Sex-toy start-up Comingle raises stakes with the Mod

“Wanna feel my heartbeat through this dildo?” a bearded dude asks random newcomers at a recent social gathering. The typical greeting between strangers it is not. Neither is his handheld party favor, a five-and-a-half-inch-long silicone vibrator with electrodes connected to his chest that cause the thing to pulsate with the force of life.

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Mapcite’s Location Intelligence Blog : Bivariate Choropleth Maps: A How-to Guide

Courtesy of Josh Stevens “I’m not bivariate, but I am curious.” That quip has been stuck in my mind ever since I overheard it at the 2013 NACIS conference in Greenville, SC. Not only was it perfectly timed after a talk about bivariate mapping, but it rang with a great deal of truth: a lot of folks aren’t creating bivariate maps, but they want to try.

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Our main WordCamp days are Saturday (March 28th) and Sunday (March 29th) with each day running approximately 8:30 am to 5:00 pm ( view schedule). We are also offering a ticket dedicated to our Pre-Camp Beginner Workshop on Friday (March 27th) that includes full access on Saturday and Sunday, and a special ticket for KidCamp on Saturday (March 29th).

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Secret Wars – Jonathon Colman

In 1984-when they told us that the Soviets boycotting the Olympics in Los Angeles wasn’t such a big deal, really-Marvel Comics published Secret Wars. It was such an amazing comic book series… nothing like it had ever been done before. Heroes and villains from dozens of separate titles all duking it out together over the course of a year.

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ThemeForest isn’t the problem.

One of my biggest regrets about publishing We’re Ruining WordPress last year is that I didn’t make it abundantly clear that my issue was with theme authors, not theme marketplaces like ThemeForest. I forgot that the WordPress community-whatever that means at this point-loves red meat, and any mention of ThemeForest would overshadow a larger point…

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Gravity Forms Survey Add-On v2.5 Released – Gravity Forms Support

The Gravity Forms Survey Add-On v2.5 is now available via automatic update and the Add-On Downloads page. This is a maintenance release that also requires Gravity Forms v1.9+. We suggest all users update to this release as soon as possible just as we always recommend users update WordPress and WordPress Plugins when updates are available.

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Twitter introduces an official plugin for WordPress | Post Status

Twitter has finally announced an official WordPress plugin. It’s pretty thorough, and on a quick test run, works as advertised. Here’s a rundown of some of the features and background. “About time” is probably what comes to mind. Twitter has announced an official WordPress plugin to support their platform.

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Twitter Finally Launches An Official WordPress Plugin

There are hundreds upon hundreds of Twitter-related plugins for WordPress. Seriously, go look. And yet, in its 9 years since launch, Twitter has never released an official plugin to make WordPress and Twitter play friendly. Until today. I figure anyone reading TechCrunch knows what the words “WordPress” and “Twitter” mean, so I won’t be awful and explain what those two things are.

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This is Not a Drill: We’re Getting New DuckTales in 2017! | Oh My Disney

This news is too good to bury, so we’re coming right out with it: An all-new DuckTales series is coming to Disney XD in 2017! The Emmy Award-winning series from the late ’80s/early ’90s is absolutely treasured by our generation, and we are so excited that “every day they’re out there making DuckTales” again.

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Envato Continues to Rake in the Cash from WordPress Themes Packaged as Complete Website Solutions

This week Envato published stats on how WordPress product sellers are doing within its economy. Theme authors make up the bulk of WordPress-based earnings on its marketplace and continue to dominate sales. Inspired by his interaction with the WordPress business community at Pressnomics, Ben Chan, director of Growth and Revenue at Envato, penned an insider brief about the WordPress segment of Envato’s economy.

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