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8 Best Free WordPress Themes of 2019 (Chosen by Experts)

8 Best Free WordPress Themes of 2019 (Chosen by Experts)

If you’re starting your blog on a budget, a free WordPress theme is a great way to keep costs down.

The problem?

There are literally thousands of free WordPress themes to sort through. And when you search for guidance on Google, you’re greeted with articles offering dozens (or hundreds) of free WordPress theme options.

Let’s be honest:

You don’t need a list of dozens (or hundreds) of free WordPress themes. There’s not enough time in the day to review them all, and most of them sound the same anyway.

No, what you need is a small list of themes that have been vouched for and vetted by people who know what they’re talking about.

And you need that list to be broken down in a way that makes it easy for you to choose the theme that best fits your needs.

In short, you need the post you’re reading right now.


WP Super Cache Made Easy: A Step-By-Step Guide to Speeding Up Your Site

WP Super Cache Made Easy: A Step-By-Step Guide to Speeding Up Your Site

You started a blog and now you want your website’s visitors to have the best experience possible, right?

Well, then you better not keep them waiting. Slow-loading pages are one of the biggest frustrations people experience online.

In fact, having slow page loads can affect everything from how many people view your site and where you rank in Google to how likely people are to buy from you.

In other words, having a fast website is crazy-important.

But what can you do? You’re not a developer, so you don’t have the first clue how to speed up your site.

That’s where WP Super Cache comes in.

It’s a free plugin that can slash your page load times in half without the need for any special knowledge.

Here’s how it works…

6 Best WordPress Backup Plugins Compared (100% Objective)

6 Best WordPress Backup Plugins Compared (100% Objective)

Imagine if one day your blog just disappeared.

It’s a terrifying thought, right?

You put all that work into learning how to start a blog, fill it with amazing content and develop an audience. The last thing you want is for it all to go up in a puff of smoke because of some technical issue or hacker.

But if you don’t back up your website regularly, that’s exactly what would happen if something ever went wrong.

Thankfully, I have some good news for you:

Backing up your website isn’t something you need a developer for. Heck, it’s not even that complicated.

And with the right WordPress backup plugin, you’ll be able to sleep easy knowing that no matter what happens to your site, you can always have it up and running again in no time.

To help you get started on the right foot with WordPress backups, I’m going to spend this post going through six WordPress backup plugins and helping you choose the one that’s right for you.

But first…

How to Add Google Analytics to WordPress in 5 Minutes or Less

How to Add Google Analytics to WordPress in 5 Minutes or Less

You want to know whether your blog is doing well, right?

Whether those posts you work so hard on are attracting traffic, and where that traffic is actually coming from?

Whether your last marketing campaign was a smashing success or an unfortunate bomb?

Because if you don’t know whether what you’re doing is working, you’re basically running around blind. And that means you could be wasting valuable time and energy on stuff that just plain ain’t moving the needle.

There’s great news, though …

If you installed Google Analytics when you started your blog, you’ll never have to wonder how your blog is doing again.