Archive for March, 2013

PixelPress WordPress theme from WooThemes

Saturday, March 30th, 2013

PixelPress is a very cool WordPress theme designed by the Woothemes team. It is a great web template as it provides many cool features such as custom page templates, featured slider, and fully responsive design. It is set to work on all the different screen sizes such as PC, mobile phone, or tablet. It can give the maximum web user experience and  increase your online business potential, we can install this theme for your online business, talk to us Now!!

Please visit if you want to learn more about the features of this theme.

Video SEO Plugin for WordPress integrated with Yoast SEO – Review

Sunday, March 24th, 2013

Joost de Valk has developed a powerful Video SEO Plugin for WordPress, it provides video rich snippets and increases your click through rate (CTR) for search results. Search results are much more informative with video snippets.

This plugin works alongside Yoast Search Engine Optimization plugin, It costs $89, it helps in getting video rich snippets through search engine results. Videos and Images are things that are really hard to be crawled by search engine so having a tool like this makes life a lot more easier and gives a peace of mind when thinking about Search Engine Optimization.

The Plugin provides:
  • Automatic XML Video Sitemap generation (adding on to the WordPress SEO XML Sitemaps)
  • MediaRSS enhancements to your RSS feed
  • videoObject markup
  • Snippet previews with the video still in them
  • Facebook OpenGraph tags on your video pages
  • YouTube, Vimeo,, Dailymotion, VideoPress, Flickr, Metacafe, Veoh, and Viddler

The tool works with Yoasts free WordPress SEO plugin.

Watch the video below to learn more about the power of this plugin:


Introducing WooCommerce 2.0.2 – The latest version of WooCommerce is here.

Friday, March 15th, 2013

WooCommerce is a plugin that helps manage online stores using a WordPress website. WooCommerce 2.0.2 has officially been released to the public market. It has been considered as a major release as it has brought more features to better handle online sales.

WordPress is an open source web software, also known as a Content Management System (CMS) for managing of websites and blogs. WordPress is free software and is open to download for the public. WordPress is fully integrated with WooCommerce 2.0.2, together they make a great tool for customers, developers and website managers.

WooCommerce 2.0.2 has been released for the purpose of adding more features and fixing up some minimal issues in the previous versions of WooCommerce. WooCommerce 2.0.2 offers strength and stability, smart dashboard widgets and reporting tools, and is customizable so it can be modified to work with any installed theme.

Some of the new features of WooCommerce 2.0.2 are:

  • Improved pagination & sorting
  • Star ratings in archives
  • Realtime checkout validation
  • Cache friendly cart widgets
  • and many many more

In general, the WooCommerce 2.0.2 plugin is a really useful release as it offers more functionality & helps in controlling online sales for businesses. It is easy to use for customers who want to pay for products they buy online, with WooCommerce 2.0.2 they can do that  using various payment gateways and methods. It has features such as free shipping and flat rate shipping. All these features make up a really useful plugin that is fully integrated with WordPress.

Read the article here for more information about WooCommerce 2.0.2.

Business sites increasingly using dynamic online content: Akamai

Monday, March 4th, 2013

Akamai Australasia senior manager, Ian Teague, has discussed the growing trend of businesses adding dynamic content to their websites.

Dynamic content such as video reviews & staff introductions are becoming a popular way to engage with web users.

“Everyone is doing business online and have an online precedence, but it has to go further than just basic content” he said.

“People want a rich, engaging experience, so they are putting media content on their website to make it more engaging.”

You can read more over at