Monthly Archives: May 2013

Multiple Vulnerabilities in WordPress plugins May 22, 2013 - Your Information Security Source

Latest vulnerabilities in popular plugins for WordPress: Covert VideoPress, Digg Digg, Video Gallery and Related Posts.

  • Cross-site scripting WordPress Covert VideoPress

Danger level: Low
The presence of fixes: No
The number of vulnerabilities: 1

Vector of operation: Remote
Impact: Cross Site Scripting

Affected products: WordPress Covert VideoPress Theme

Affected versions: WordPress Covert VideoPress

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5 Kickin’ New Google AdWords Features


A whirlwind of upgrades, information, and new features have been spilling out of Google AdWords of late. Consider these five new features that will have advertisers and PPC managers excited about the progress.

My favorite is the keyword planner, available in select accounts. The new functionality allows editing of adgroups directly in the tool, so it can possibly replace some use of excel in campaign builds. Read about this and other kickin’ features on SEW: 5 Kickin’ New Google AdWords Features

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The 7 Best SEO Plugins for WordPress Blogs + One Reality Check

cool set of plug-ins…

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By Daniel Zeevi | Feb 11, 2013 |
Posted in Apps · Blogging · Business · Design · Google · Marketing · SEO · Web · Web Design · WordPress

seoWordPress is a content management system that makes it easy to blog on your website. 48% of the top 100 blogs in the world happen to use WordPress. In fact, there were over 634 million websites in existence at the end of 2012, with 60 million of those sites being powered by WordPress. With all these blogs competing for attention online, making sure your content is optimized for search engines and distribution across the web is paramount! How will people see your new content these days without good SEO?

Fortunately, there are number of capable WordPress plugins that make it easy to optimize your blog posts, plus some interesting WordPress hacks we’ll discuss later.

First off though, what…

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