WordPress plugins are a must-have tool for improving the functionality of your WordPress site. You’ve probably read a slew of articles regarding WordPress plugins if you’re a web developer, designer, or WordPress expert. However, the majority of the articles only present and suggest the usual, popular plugins that are commonly used on most WordPress sites.
If you’ve mastered the basic WordPress plugins but still want to improve and optimize your WordPress site performance, we’ve got your back!
This 2-hour webinar will uncover amazing WordPress plugins that go beyond the basics and will take your website to the next level!
What will you learn?
We went through the plugins that can secure and protect your WordPress site from hackers in the last two WordPress webinars, as well as how to design a high-converting WooCommerce store.
In the forthcoming webinar, the speakers will share more amazing plugins that will give you a better-performing WordPress site.
Date: 16 December 2021 (Thursday)
Time: 2:00pm – 4:00pm
Venue: Zoom Webinar
[2.00pm – 3.00pm: How Google supports WordPress site performance & better experience: Site Kit & Google Listings & Ads]
by Ian Hung, Web Ecosystem Consultant, Google & Shu Hirasaka, Strategic Partner Development Manager (Chrome & Web), Google
Site Kit gives you access to Google tools straight from your WordPress admin dashboard, providing you with a one-stop-shop experience that saves you time and helps you succeed online. It is built, actively maintained, and supported by Google.
Google Listings & Ads
Google Listings & Ads makes it simple to showcase your items to Google shoppers. Whether you’re new to digital advertising or a seasoned pro, you can use advertisements to broaden your reach and build your business.
The speakers will discuss how these plugins can assist you in growing your business more effectively.
[3.00pm – 4.00pm: Intro to the GraphQL API for WordPress]
by Leonardo Losoviz, Developer
The GraphQL API for the WordPress plugin allows you to retrieve data from your WordPress site using GraphQL, an increasingly popular API that has various advantages over the WP REST API.
We can decouple the site’s architecture by controlling its content on the back end using WordPress and printing the HTML with any tool of our choosing, such as React, Vue, Svelte, or any other.
Leo will cover all there is to know about the plugin in this presentation.