If you are just starting a blog, there are many things to take into consideration. After installing WordPress and for your website, the next most important step is installing the required plugins. It can be quite tough to select the best WordPress plugins for your blog, especially if you are new in blogging.
Wordpress is used around the world by people who want to power their website or blog with ease. It’s the world’s most popular CMS too, and with its SEO friendly URL structure, it’s easy to see why it is so popular with web masters and digital marketers. Wordpress has been designed from the get go to comply with Google’s algorithms. This means that domains using the CMS can easily be indexed by Google, helping sites to appear when people search for key terms related to them. Because of this, it is much easier for SEO specialists to work within Wordpress.
The beta version of WordPress 4.7 arrived two weeks ago and the final version is expected to be released on December 6, 2016. The beta release means no more new features will be added until the final release of WordPress 4.7. However, some of the features in beta may not make it into the final release.
So, what new features are already out there? Read on.