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About My Newsletter        No. 99
Should I Do A Short Webinar On Web Site Security?

I see a lot of WordPress sites on the back end and what I see can be down right dangerous.



That's why I'm ready to present for you, "Web Site Security For The Solopreneur."

In addition to discussing...
  • What risks can any WP site face?
  • Does the choice of your web host matter?
  • Should you be updating your WP software?
  • What are the best plugins to use to protect your site?
  • What if you've been hacked and what to do if that happens
And I'm going to give you seven things you can do to make your site safer.

I don't have a date set. I need to see if you are interested.

 
Let Me Know
SEO Trends 2020: 6 Predictions To Inform Your Strategy This Year

Voice search and video content will continue to impact how the web is used and content is found for the balance of the year as you'd expect.



And while Google is always changing its algorithms in large and small ways, the fundamentals don't change as I recently wrote about in "Brain Dead SEO."

But BERT and E-A-T?  What's that all abut?
Find Out
How To Switch Between WordPress Classic Editor And Gutenberg

Good news! You can have your cake and eat it too.



Why I never realized this until now is a mystery. You can easily use the Gutenberg block editor and the good ol' Classic Editor on the same site.

Assuming you're using Gutenberg, you'll need to install the Classic Editor plugin.  Then go to Settings > Writing and click Yes to "Allow users to switch editors" option.  You're done.

You'll now be able to use either editor for any page just by switching back and forth if you need to.  

But here's a little warning. Don't fall in back love with the Classic Editor. It is scheduled to be phased out and not supported by WP in 2022.


 
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