WordPress Publishing

These posts are news, tutorials, reviews and guides to help you succeed as a WordPress publisher.

E-A-T and E-E-A-T for WordPress Publishers

Google’s E-E-A-T stands for Expertise, Experience, Authoritativeness, and Trustworthiness. It’s a concept used by Google’s search team to evaluate the quality and credibility of a website’s content. If you have a WordPress website, E-E-A-T is going to have some influence on where you appear in Google’s search results. In this post, I’ll explain what E-E-A-T…

PublishPress Checklists Has a New Interface and OpenAI Integration

With the PublishPress Checklists plugin, you can choose pre-publishing requirements for your content. We’ve just released version 2.10, which has a new interface and also integrates with OpenAI. In this guide, I’ll show you how the interface makes PublishPress Checklists easier to use. I’ll also explain how to use OpenAI to automatically scan and approve…

WordPress MultiSite Capabilities Are Different From Single Sites

WordPress allows you to build multisite networks. This is an awesome feature and enables you to manage many sites from a single WordPress installation. However, some WordPress features do work differently on a multisite network. If you normally manage a single site, you may have to adjust your thinking. One of these features is permissions….

How to Use Private Posts and Pages in WordPress

“Private” is one of eight post statuses available in WordPress. These statuses control whether WordPress posts are visible to the entire world, waiting for moderation, or sent to the trash to await deletion. When you write in WordPress, you will most commonly see the Draft, Pending Review and Publish statuses. The Private status is used…

How To Hide the Edit Link For WordPress Posts

We had an interesting question from a PublishPress customer this week. They wanted to hide the “Edit” link on published WordPress posts. This customer wanted to make sure his users clicked the “New Revision” link instead of editing the post directly. This “New Revisions” link is coming from the PublishPress Revisions plugin, which gives you…