SEO Summit | SEO Training

Day 1: Competitive Review and Keyword Research April 24, 2017 – Monday10:00 AM – 1:00 PM (CST) Setting Expectations The Recipe for SEO Success The Anatomy of a Search Engine Results Page (SERP) The Keyword Research Formula Researching Your Competition With SEMrush Growing Your Seed List of Keywords Using KW

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Currently testing @studiopress Sites, and well, mind blown! We will have some more information for you as we continue to navigate all of the in’s and out’s, but for now let’s look at some (yes, some, because there are a lot) the features: – ✔ Built in SEO Functionality ✔ WP Cloud Hosting + SSL ✔ Genesis Framework + Themes ✔ 24/7 Security Monitoring ✔ One-Click Premium Plugins – … and so much more! Basically, you get to focus on creating amazing content (and you can sell stuff too!), without worrying about the technology side of things. Win-win. Of course, an update on our pricing structure – for those who are interested in this amazing new service – is coming your way.

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BuddyPress.org

BuddyPress 2.8.1 is now available. This maintenance release fixes four bugs, including two regressions in BuddyPress 2.8.0. See the Trac milestone or the official changelog for more details. Version 2.8.1 is a recommended update for all BP installations. Update via the WordPress Dashboard, or download manually from wordpress.org.

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My Role: Robert Rowley | Pagely®

Title: Senior Information Security Engineer Who am I? I am the person who stays up to date with all of the relevant security issues that face both our company infrastructure and our customers’ needs. My work history before joining Pagely included work with security, hosting, data center providers, development, and as a vulnerability researcher.

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WordPress Core Editor Team Publishes UI Prototype for “Gutenberg,” an Experimental Block Based Editor

In the past few weeks, the WordPress Core Editor team, led by Automattic employees Matías Ventura and Joen Asmussen, have been hard at work creating a new content creation experience. The team recently published a UI prototype for Gutenberg, an experimental block based editor.

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Nextgen Bootstrap/Load Feature Project

The bootstrapping process of WordPress Core (affectionately called the “Bootstrap/Load” component around here) is a critical piece of the system, and everything else depends on it being reliable and performant. However, developers and system administrators also need it to be flexible enough to adapt to the requirements of their differing projects or environments.

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