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The Complete Guide to Import Articles from Google Docs to WordPress

Wouldn’t you like a perfect (and free) solution to import articles from Google Docs into WordPress?Most of us write articles using the WordPress editor or desktop editors like Open Live Writer, Blogo, Desk, or another. But, what do you do if you need to get an article from someone else?In my nine years of blogging, most users prefer sending articles (guest posts) using Google Docs or they send a usual .docx file.And it makes sense as Google docs makes collaboration easier. At the same time, it’s a headache to import the article to WordPress while maintaining the formatting. The biggest challenge is to import images from doc file to WordPress.Have you also experienced the similar issue?If your answer is yes, then today I have some great news for you.Now we have an official (and free) solution from the WordPress team to import Google Docs articles directly into WordPress (including images!). This works on WordPress.com or on any self-hosted WordPress site (like WPSutra) using the Jetpac…

Complete Tutorial to Add Browser Push Notifications to your WordPress site

Update: Web-push notifications are now enabled for the Chrome browser. This article has been updated with new information. How many subscription channels are you offering on your blog?If you haven’t already enabled the must-have subscription options, you should do that now.With recent advancements in technology, there are now a few new methods that you can use to notify your readers of latest posts or important updates from your blog.Today, I will be talking about PushEngage: A web push notification service for WordPress. It also supports other platforms like e-commerce sitesBlogSpotJoomla, Drupal, bbPress & much more. Before moving ahead, let me show you how much traffic I got in 3 days from PushEngage:Using the PushEngage service, you give another subscription option to the readers of your blog who are using Chrome (all platforms) or Safari on Mac OS.Related Read: WordPress Desktop Editor For Mac – BlogoIf you are using a smartphone (iOS or Android), I’m sure you are aware o…

How To Move Your WordPress-com Blog To WordPress-org

WordPress.com is a good blogging platform to start your career with. But over time, when you realize the real potential of blogging- for expressing yourself, for growing your business, and/or for making money, you will want to move your WordPress.com blog to a self-hosted WordPress (WordPress.org) blog.To do that, follow this detailed guide to move your free WordPress.com blog to your own server. In this tutorial you will find answers to following questions:Can you switch from WordPress.com to WordPress.org?How to start a WordPress.org blog?How to move from WordPress.com to self-hosted WordPress without losing any search traffic?Do you need to cancel your WordPress.com subscription after moving?If WordPress.org and WordPress.com terminology is confusing for you, you should read my earlier guide on the difference between WordPress.com and WordPress.org (aka self-hosted WordPress).Now that you and I are on the same page, it’s time for you to make that big decision which you’ve wanted to…