WordPress Weekly – Friday, October 25th, 2013

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The WordPress Weekly is a small roundup of recently published WordPress ‘n blogging-related posts from around the Web. Enjoy and Spread the word!

Save Time With the WordPress “Quick Edit” and “Bulk Actions” Features
It’s a safe bet that you know how to add and edit posts in WordPress – but you might not be so familiar with its Quick Edit and Bulk Actions

AHosting Announces New Optimized WordPress Hosting Platform
AHosting, has announced the introduction of a new optimized hosting platform for WordPress, the world’s most popular content management system. AHosting’s WordPress hosting packages

Five proven ways to get more people to read your blog
Over the last few weeks I have been asked many times about creating an audience for your blog, especially when you are just starting out. This is a vital topic and one that is covered extensively in the book Born to Blog, but here are a few ideas that helped me in the early stages.

11 Content Marketing Lessons Learned From 20 of the Top 100 Blogs
When I started my marketing career, I had the privilege of working with 20 of the top 100 blogs, according to Technorati. My job was to help them grow their traffic… and most would say I was wildly successful at it.

WordPress 3.7 Set For Release Any Day Now
With WordPress 3.7 expected to be shipped in just a matter of days, the second release candidate has been made available for testing.

7 Ways to Quickly Increase WordPress Speed
Everybody seems to be in a hurry these days, and online loading times matter. Studies show that speedy WordPress websites perform better.

Why didn’t the White House use WordPress?
Of the 14 states running their own health insurance marketplaces, five — Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Maryland, Colorado and Hawaii — decided to use WordPress to power their sites.

10 simple responsive WordPress themes for small businesses and blogs
Responsive design is one of the hottest trends in web design at the moment as it’s seen as the most effective way of creating a consistent user experience across all devices.

Why WordPress Updates Matter
Hacking Websites today isn’t nearly as hard as it once was. The open-source WordPress content management system powers more than 71 million Websites, and all an attacker needs to do to potentially hack any one of them is to find an old, unpatched deployment.

10 Best Paid WordPress Themes Of 2013
One big advantage WordPress has over other CMS software is that it is very easy to customize and create themes for. This has created an ever-growing marketplace of premium WordPress themes.

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