Drip Content, Ask Questions, And Get Social

Drip Content, Ask Questions, And Get Social

Want to know the most up to date tutorials for this month from us at WPBeginner? This month we'll focus on drip content, some common WordPress questions, and getting your site connected to social media. In this video, Christina will share some of the WordPress tutorials on WPBeginner.

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Getting Started:
What is WordPress? A Beginner’s Guide (FAQs + Pros and Cons)

WordPress vs. Blogger – Which one is Better? (Pros and Cons)

Troubleshooting and Tips and Tricks:
How to Add a Background Image in WordPress

How to Add Automatic Drip Content in Your WordPress Site

How to Embed a Facebook Group Feed in WordPress

How to Display Your Facebook Timeline in WordPress

How to Create a Yes/No Optin for Your WordPress Site

How to Create a Job Application Form in WordPress (Easily)

How to Create a Questionnaire in WordPress (Easy Way)

12 Best Calculator Plugins for Your WordPress Site

5 Best WordPress Request a Quote Plugins (Instant Quotes)

21 Best WordPress Themes for Selling eBooks

7 Best Shopify Alternatives in 2020 (Cheaper and More Powerful)

How to Create a WooCommerce Popup to Increase Sales (6 Proven Methods)

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  1. Earling Collectables on September 10, 2020 at 3:28 pm

    These are so helpful, I still haven’t figured out how to change blog pictures, but working on it.

    • Brady The giant on September 10, 2020 at 3:30 pm

      this channel is wonderful

    • WPBeginner - WordPress Tutorials on September 11, 2020 at 12:46 pm

      It would depend on the specific image you are looking to change, if it is what is shown on your blog page then you would want to take a look at the featured image section in the post’s settings

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