Mimmo Fischetti

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Large social share buttons for WordPress plugin

social-share-starter large buttons plugin for wordpressThe trend today on blogs, large share buttons.

You have seen them on Mashable and other huge blogs. And now Google is full of bloggers looking for them.

I found the perfect plugin for this. And it looks good!

Social share starter plugin is awesome! I just installed it on my blog. See the 2 large buttons? You can also show Google plus and LinkedIn if you need to.


If you know about similar plugins please share it ok. Make a post.

You need to get Skitch from Evernote

A Super cool plugin that you just need to get today.

Evernote is a bloggers best friend and so easy to set up and use. Perfect for screen-shots!

Get it now for Mac, iPad and iPhone.

Say goodbye to comment spam for good with Akismet


Kill spam on your blog!

I hate comment spam and on my new blog “this one” I finally got A-kis-met activated and goodbye spam!

For non commercial personal blogs A-kis-met is free to use. If you have a money-making blog you got to pay a little but it’s money well spent. No more Viagra links on my blog…

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WordPress Popup plugin for marketing

This is a cute plugin that works right out of the box. Easy install and easy setup. You can see an example here on my blog. You can use it for anything you like. You can set it up to work exactly how you like it to appear on your blog.

Did I say it’s free? Oh yes.

Just go here to download it. Or go to plugins in your admin. Just type (WordPress popup) and install and activate.


Best plugin for coockies warning on your WordPress blog

Coockies warningWarning for coockies. Do you have that on your blog or website yet?

If not then check this plugin out for #Wordpress. Easy install and it looks good at the bottom of your site. You can style it to fit in and don’t take focus from your content.

Coockie notise is a great plugin for it. Read all about the coockie law here. Stay aducated.

The Cookie Law is a piece of privacy legislation that requires websites to get consent from visitors to store or retrieve any information on a computer, smartphone or tablet.

It was designed to protect online privacy, by making consumers aware of how information about them is collected and used online, and give them a choice to allow it or not.

It started as an EU Directive that was adopted by all EU countries in May 2011. Each country then updated its own laws to comply. In the UK this meant an update to the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations.


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