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How to Improve the SEO of Your WordPress Events

If you’re an event manager, you no doubt know all about the desire to earn a coveted spot at the top of Google’s search results. And although it may seem near impossible, there are certainly some moves you can make to improve your search engine rankings—and it all starts with two simple words: structured data.…

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Pricing changes

We don’t make decisions like these lightly, so we’d like to take a minute to explain some price changes that will soon be taking place. Effective February 1, 2022, pricing for our 3-site, 10-site, unlimited, and multisite licenses along with bundled licenses will increase. Over the past seven years, our prices for these licenses have…

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2021 Recap and WordPress Updates

It’s mind-blowing to think how 2021 flew by so fast. Just yesterday, or so it seems, we were saying goodbye to 2020, wondering if a new year would finally give us a break from the COVID-19 mayhem. To add to the ambiguity, we were facing a major shift as a team. However, despite being surrounded by…

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How to embed YouTube Live on your WordPress Site

As you’ve no doubt noticed, YouTube has become extremely popular over the past few years. In fact, it is the second most popular search engine there is. In increasing numbers, people are using YouTube to find video tutorials, learn a new skill, or just be entertained. With its popularity in mind, learning to utilize YouTube…

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Best Caching Plugins

The Events Calendar team strives to produce the best products possible in order to provide our customers with all of the features they desire. This includes creating a calendar that loads quickly to create the best user experience available. To that end, we have a few solutions that we recommend to improve your calendar’s performance…

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How to import events into your WordPress calendar

There are so many calendar applications available these days. From Google Calendar, to iCalendar, Meetup, how can you keep all of your events straight? By importing all of your events from a variety of sources directly into your WordPress site, you can create a hub site for your site visitors. But how can you make…

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Featured Calendar: Inside Out Storytelling

When it’s done right, storytelling has a way of captivating its audience and painting a picture so vivid that it feels like we’re right there with the storyteller. Storytelling is also a necessary device that people use to get their message across in presentations, in front of a boardroom, or even from behind a computer…

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Subscribe to a WordPress Calendar

Allowing site visitors to subscribe to your WordPress calendar is a great way to keep them informed about your upcoming events. Once subscribed, they’ll be able to see what’s coming down the pipeline and keep up-to-date with any last-minute changes. Including the option to subscribe to the calendar on your WordPress site also increases your…

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Setting Up A Conference Event Website on WordPress

Believe it or not, setting up a conference online requires just as much planning (if not more!) as coordinating one in person. Without seeing attendees IRL, you’ll need to make sure that they can register for and engage with your content before, during, and after your conference. Virtually, you can do this by keeping comments…

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How to set up a WordPress site for Nonprofits

In our opinion, WordPress is the ideal platform for hosting a nonprofit website. There are so many benefits to adopting WordPress as a nonprofit that you will undoubtedly see a return. Most significantly, WordPress is completely free to use. We understand that you may not always have infinite cash to devote to website development, so…

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