Top 5 Best Web Hosts For WordPress 2020 ⭐ 5 Unique Web Hosting Providers For You ⭐ Fully Tested!

Top 5 Best Web Hosts For WordPress 2020 ⭐ 5 Unique Web Hosting Providers For You ⭐ Fully Tested!


hey there YouTube friends how’s everyone
doing today I hope you’re having a great day in today’s video I’m gonna go over
the best web hosts for 2020 so I’m gonna go over the features the pros and cons
and the plans and prices so let’s go ahead and get started all right the
first one on our list is Bluehost all right Bluehost is recommended by
wordpress ideal for bloggers WordPress beginners and entrepreneurs so now let’s go over some of the pros of
Bluehost first they have automatic WordPress
installation plugins and theme up dates so that’s good for WordPress websites second they have guided wordpress site
creation for beginners so that’s great what makes it easy for beginners to
create their WordPress because they have a guide that you can just follow along
with third they have free site lock CDN and then finally they have quick
response and helpful life chat support which is really important because I’ve
had some hosts that you know you try to get help in chat and they take forever
to respond or they don’t respond at all and Bluehost isn’t like that at all so
they’re really good about that so now for the cons using blue coast so the
first con is you cannot use both HTTP and site lock CDN you have to either use
one or the other the second con is the unlimited requires
more expensive plans so you don’t get unlimited with via cheapest plan you
have to upgrade and then three you have less control of automatic data backups
so if you want something that you have more control with your automatic backups
then I wouldn’t recommend Bluehost for you all right and so the next part is
the plants they have a the shared plan which is the basic one it starts at 395
a month and with that you get you know a new website or blog it’s easy to use
customer – dashboard fully managed solution but again there are some limits
to that and if you want to just you know look over the plans and see everything
that it’s included you can just go to their site and see all that stuff I’m
just covering the basics to give you a kind of idea on which one might be best
for you depending on what you’re doing so if you have a wordpress blog or you
have an e-commerce site they’re gonna be different for each one all right moving
on to our next one is site ground all right a site ground is also
recommended by WordPress it’s ideal for bloggers manage web hosting Drupal and
Joomla and these are other platforms that you can build your website off
besides WordPress all right so let’s cover the pros for site ground first they have daily free backup and
restore which is great because I do recommend that you restore or backup a
rather your site every day they are recommended by WordPress which is a
pretty big deal so that’s always good to have they’re easy to set up they have a
pretty fast service and they’re reliable but the biggest thing is that it comes
with a free SSL certificate so that’s also a plus all right so now some of the
cons for using SiteGround are that it requires go big or go geek plans for
managed hosting features so you have to upgrade to get those kind of features so
the the basic plan probably isn’t gonna work for you you’re probably gonna have
to upgrade to one of these two other plans all right so the second con is that you
get 10 to 30 gigabytes that’s the webspace cap for using
SiteGround so if you have more use of gigabytes then you’re gonna have to go
with a different hosting provider SiteGround won’t cover that all right
and their startup plan is 395 a month that’s for one website and 10 gigabytes
of web space and you can only get up to 10,000 visitors monthly so again you’re
either gonna have to go with the grow big or go geek so again depending on
your needs and how you use your website you might want to go with a different
hosting provider but if you have bigger plans than I would recommend SiteGround
they’re great for bigger venues and if you’re gonna do more with your website
it’s a good it’s a good value for what you’re getting all right next one on the
list for web hosts is dreamhost now DreamHost also is recommended by
WordPress it’s ideal for bloggers however you may need the upgrade option
to get some of the other features that they offer so the pros for dreamhost are
number one 100% uptime guarantee so that’s always
great they guarantee that so that’ll be up a
hundred percent which is pretty good number two is they offer a 97 day
money-back guarantee if you’re not satisfied for any reason you can get
your money back within 90 days or 97 days so a lot of them offer less than
that so that’s pretty cool number three is they do have optimized WordPress
hosting so that’s always good and number four is that they
have award-winning customer support all right so now moving on to the cons
for dreamhost number one is as I mentioned there will be additional cost
for WordPress premium hosting and again you know do your due diligence look at
all the other web hosts and look at their plans and see what best fits you
number two is they have extra costs for many other features as well and number
three and this kind of goes against the pros that I put up here earlier because
I’ve experienced this myself they do have long wait time before the
live chat customer support I had contact the customer support and I was holding
for quite a bit before somebody came on the chat and that was not good I was not
happy by the time I reached the customer support person so again something you
want to weigh in your options of who you want to choose for your hosting now here
are the hosting plans for DreamHost now the basic one starts at 259 a month you
do get a 2.59 that is you get one website free domain included the domain
name rather you get a limited traffic and bandwidth and then you get the
WordPress pre-installed and you also get the access to the WordPress builder so
that’s kind of nice because it’s a wordpress isn’t the easiest platform to
use if you’ve never used it in your beginner you do get the free SSL and you
get fast SSD storage now if you want to get an email you’d have to pay another
dollar 67 a month which is one of the features that I mentioned that you would
have to pay more for alright so our next web host is a two hosting they’re also
recommended by WordPress Joomla dooper all magenta and OpenCart
your ideal for bloggers and they the fastest server times so now the pros for hu hosting our they
have a 99.9% uptime and anytime money-back guarantee the number two is
they have auto setup for WordPress so it’s automatically set up three is they
have optimized WordPress hosting just four specifically web WordPress websites
and they also offer the free SSL certificate which is always great to get
that for free now going over some of the cons number
one is they do have additional cost for word press premium hosting so it’s not
the same as the shared hosting the number two is extra costs for many other
features as well so let’s go to the plans that they have and these are the
plans for the WordPress hosting not for the basic and it is pretty cheap I mean
they do start at 296 and again you see all the stuff that you get with each
plan you can go over them and see which best which is best for you and your
needs for your website the next one is Hostgator now Hostgator is owned by the
same parent company that owns Bluehost so they’re very similar although
Hostgator works with wordpress joomla drupal magenta wiki and PHP BB they’re
not actually recommended by wordpress like Bluehost is so that might be
something you want to consider as well alright so let’s go over the pros for
Hostgator they have a ninety nine percent uptime guarantee which is good
number two Pro for a Hostgator is they have a 45 day money-back guarantee which
is great as well number three is they have have unlimited
bandwidth subdomains FTP accounts and email accounts with the beginner plan so
that’s always great and number four is they also have a free SSL certificate
with your website okay so now for the cons of Hostgator which I mentioned
before is that they’re not recommended by WordPress but again they do have
other features and I have used Hostgator in the past and I’ve never had any
issues with it Khanh number two is WordPress hosting is
higher price than the basic it’s a if you’re on a budget you might want to
look at some other web hosts that might fit your budget better and again number
three is you only get one WordPress website with that plan now a lot of
these only offer one website so again you want to look at all that stuff and
make sure that you’re getting the best bang for your buck and I would probably
go with something that has more unlimited websites for your hosting
because you know you might want to have more than one website so you might need
a plan that is better suited for that all right so now here are the plans and
these are for the WordPress hosting as I mentioned I think their basic plan is
295 or $3 for the what they call the baby plan but these WordPress plans
start at 595 a month and as you can see you get everything with it the one site
100k visitors per month one backup or one gigabyte backup the free SSL and you
also get a free dough name domain name with again you want to compare all the
prices and see what’s best for you do your research I always gotta tell you to
do your due diligence on anything you do you want to get the best information so
that you can make a well educated decision based on what you need all
right well I hope you learned a lot from this video thank you so much for
watching please like and subscribe to my channel and hit the fal’cie you’re
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The WordPress editor is changing in a BIG way: Hello Gutenberg!

The WordPress editor is changing in a BIG way: Hello Gutenberg!


Getting ready for WordPress’s new
content editor you may be familiar with WordPress content editor but what you
may not know is for over the last year this editor is being rebuilt from the
ground up and will soon be replaced with the launch of WordPress 5.0 this
overhaul of the editor is expect to become part of the WordPress core
software sometime in 2018 and in this video I’m going to show you a preview of
what is called the Gutenberg editor which is a motivational and aspirational
code word used to identify the project surrounding the rebuild of the new
WordPress editor since this editor changes a lot of things for both a
content implementation standpoint and from a programming standpoint there’s a
lot of changes coming to WordPress and it’s a good time to get prepared this
particular enhancement to WordPress really addresses all of the shortcodes
widgets post formats and embeds and turns them more into a user friendly
block system aimed to help content creators like you and me I’ll dive into
some of these cool new features in a bit but I want to step back in time to
explain the significance of why this project is important to the WordPress
community in the early days WordPress themes they were sort of built around a
blog post and page editor so for example you had a header a sidebar and a footer
and a vertical rectangle where users might type in or copy and paste their
post and page content this diagram is what I consider a classic example of a
blog with a 1/3 layout of content in the blue and a sidebar represented by a
purple area sidebars typically house WordPress widgets and other dynamic
content the problem is that the sidebar was rather inflexible in terms of where
you wanted to show and it was global meaning that it was on every page in
every post when the mobile phone revolution started to really take shape
websites and blogs started to conform to mobile responsiveness with fluid layouts
that would sort of stack on a mobile phone and expand on larger desktop
screens since the sidebar and widgets were then pushed down or stacked below
the main content area many developers decided to opt
out – just remove them for more a minimal experience this made for a
better mobile experience but sort of a lackluster desktop screen experience
today the classic editor is being hijacked by plugins and themes that take
the WordPress content is editor as we know it and simply convert it into just
a repository for shortcodes to create columnized layouts these page builder
plugins and themes are popular among content creators including myself
they provide intuitive user interfaces for visualizing content layout but they
are sort of locking in users as there is not a universal language to manage these
type of layouts generated by page builder themes and plugins you may be
familiar with WordPress is existing shortcodes
but here’s an example of a page builder utilizing a shortcode system as you can
see it’s a rather complicated looking when the page builder plug-in or theme
is not active page builders definitely filled a need but the problem is the
dependency on them if you deactivate your theme after using a page builder
today your content will look sort of gobbledygook as WordPress no longer
knows what to do with the short codes that are left over this dependency on a
particular theme our plug-in framework is sort of against everything that
WordPress is core mission is about such as being open source and abiding by the
free software foundation standards with the new Gutenberg editor WordPress is
really stepping up and taken back the content editing experience with an
introduction of gutten blocks which I’m excited to share with you in an early
demo version available for anyone to use to start testing these new features in
2017 the wordpress Gutenberg team launched a beta plug-in so users can
start to test these new features out and prepare their sites for anything that
might be incompatible do not use this plugin on a production site yet it is
just for testing and checking for compatibility with your existing
environment but using it in a way that is not a live production website you may
wish to setup a standalone demo sandbox site to play and learn these new
features if all this sort of don’t fret the classic editor or the
editor that we use today is also now available as a plug-in and will be
supported for the foreseeable future after the release of WordPress version
5.0 if you want to start testing the Gutenberg editor on your own first
you’ll have to install the Gutenberg beta test plug-in one final warning this
is for a demo or non production web site as of right now the plug-in is somewhat
stable but there are still a lot of bugs and other known issues that are being
addressed by the gutenberg development team to add it to your website as a
plugin you can follow the standard wordpress plugin installation features
that you’re probably already familiar with but if you’re not follow along
really quickly and feel free to contact me if you have any additional questions
that how to install or what is a plug-in but first of all let’s login to our
WordPress dashboard and head on over to the plug-in menu and in this menu first
of all hey add new and in this menu you can go ahead and search for a plug-in
called Guttenberg as you can see it pops up and you can read additional
information regarding the Gutenberg beta test plug-in by clicking on it and
learning more about the project for this particular demo I’m gonna go ahead and
click install now excellent WordPress has an install the
plug-in and now I’m going to click activate to enable the WordPress
Gutenberg beta test plug-in by heading over to posts you can see now I have the
option to add a new post with the option to either add a Gutenberg post or add
use the classic editor and this feature or this user interface is only for the
Gutenberg beta test plugin in version 5.0 of WordPress this won’t really be an
option unless you have the classic editor plug-in installed because
Gutenberg will be the official editor for WordPress at that point so I’m gonna
go ahead for this particular demo and hit Gutenberg to show you the new
features as you can see the post editor page of WordPress has a familiar feel
but it definitely is different at the very top we have a new toolbar
that sort of represents the editing toolbar that we may be found in Prior
versions of WordPress and if you click the first button here this will allow
you to view all the gutten blocks that are currently available within the
course version of Gutenberg and you’ll see it starts with recent so your most
recent blocks there are the if you click on block so get the full list of blocks
including the formatting blocks layout blocks and so on I really encourage you
to go through these and sort of explore them yourselves some of them are
somewhat is self-explanatory like cover image gallery image lists and so on
other ones are maybe a little bit more complicated for example pullquote a
table classic classic editor mode if you will and then finally some layout blocks
which these are really what’s new to the wordpress Gutenberg or WordPress editing
experience including blocks designated for building a button building columns
to your layout remember I talked about the vertical editor that you can’t
change well ultimately this is what’s replacing the vertical square vertical
rectangle is columns and then finally separators and other really cool
features that you will find with the Gutenberg editor including some
mainstays here such as custom HTML and so on but we’ll come back to that in a
second additionally you’ll see here there is a button to preview and the
button to publish which these will become active as soon as we start to
create content now I have a little bit of a scenario that I’ve created for this
particular demo which is let’s say I am going to create an article about an
architect for my blog so in this in this demo I’m going to show you a sort of
preview of what it’ll be like if I created a blog post for an architect
that I aspire which is I Daniel Burnham so let’s get started creating a post
using the utilizing new Gutenberg editor beta test plugin so you’ll see here I
have a word document that I have created and I want to essentially copy and paste
this content into my new post so I’ll start with the title and as you can see
the Gutenberg editor has a title section just just as it did in the classic
editor and when you hover over you’ll get the permalink settings where you can
edit the link that people use to come to this particular
and as you navigate away from a block or a module you’ll note that it’s sort of
on highlights which that sort of makes really nice and really clean editing
experience let’s get let’s dive into the actual main body copy so I’m gonna copy
this and then what’s really cool is I can hit control V paste and ultimately
that copy will dive into here and each paragraph is now turned into a block so
let’s say for example this this first paragraph let’s say I wanted to move it
below the next paragraph I can click simply click the buttons the arrows up
and down which I think it’s kind of cool it really helps if you’re editing
content quickly in a fast way and you wouldn’t it all it really saves is the
option to copy and paste but every little second counts when you’re trying
to be the most productive person you can be
additionally let’s say I decide I want to turn this into a different type of
block I can click on the little three dot menu and it will let me convert it
into other blocks including a subhead which I’m going to turn this into a
subhead because it starts the particular content the post it starts the post and
you can see that the editing of this particular post has now changed into a
subhead type mode great now there’s a lot of other really cool features that
Gutenberg has including one feature which i think is cool which is where you
can add a divider so as you can see I simply clicked where I wanted to wanted
it to go and in here I can go ahead and find the the separator block that I want
to add and I’ll drop it in there which creates a nice little division between
the two paragraphs to make it much easier for our readers to to read didn’t
digest now I want to add a I want to add a drop case and you may be familiar with
drop cases from books but basically what it does is it adds a big first letter
which is really cool especially native a native tool within WordPress so if you
click on the little gear icon in the toolbar you’ll get a sort of settings
you get the overall document settings like you have in
press now where you can add your categories and your tags or featured
image and so on and so forth but also this is where you’ll find block
settings and then this block setting for this text block is where I can add the
drop cap and as you can see it was really simple to basically turn that be
into a really decorative B which is cool I love it now I’d like to add an image
and images are very much like it was before except now I would click go to
the area that I want to add the image and then click click on it and then hit
the plus icon and I’ll find the image and it creates a little sort of user
interface where it says what do I want to do when I upload or do I want to add
from my media library and what I’m going to do is I want to drag it right from my
computer so I’m gonna drag an image in here and it will upload you’ll see it’s
like pulsating which that means it’s uploading and then it will save the
draft some of the other cool features with the guttenberg editor is the
ability to create columns so again I want to click the as you can see as I
hover over available sections I can click on it and in here it will give me
the options to add blocks and what I want to do is I want to hit columns
experimental and it’s kind of hard to see right now I think they’re working in
this but ultimately there’s two essentially now there’s two blocks
because of the columns and in this first block I’m going to go ahead and grab
some copy and paste in the paste it into my editor and just like above except now they’re
in two separate columns which makes for some nice interesting layouts I can
change the font size if I want inside of the Gutenberg editor I can also reset to
put it back normal I can change the background color the text color the
alignment and even add a custom CSS class which i think is absolutely
fantastic finally what will be a quote what would be a Daniel Burnham article
without a quote my favorite quote of his so on what I’m going to do is I’m gonna
add a quote module or quote quote gutten block if you will and I’m gonna go ahead
and copy and paste it in there make no little plans which is a sort of a famous
quote by the architect Daniel Burnham and I’m gonna make my quilt block and
you can see that it’s very much like the current wordpress today where it makes
it look the block quotes look a little a little nicer a little bit more style to
be a quote but it was super easy and I can even drag this up to move it up
higher if I want so the Gutenberg editor is pretty fantastic I think I’m really
excited to see all the cool features or to come out of it as the Gutenberg Core
team continues to work on it probably some of the most interesting things I’m
looking at is there is an option to sort of save blocks and convert into a
reusable block so for example if I have a ten different posts but I want one
area of each post to be the same I can create a like save block if you will and
then it will it will save it into my Gutenberg library I’m really interested
to see how this plays out because that could be something really useful for
content strategists if they want to keep up a company boilerplate or a company
restriction or company disclaimer on every particular post and page
additionally Gutenberg sort of makes embedding content from other websites
much easier I think now that we have some content you’ll see that these tools
up here of it have sort of lit up lit up if you will and if I wanted to add like
for example a YouTube video I can simply head on over to see embeds area and then
here I can find a whole bunch of websites that Gutenberg will support
including YouTube and let’s see here I can YouTube is one of the first ones I
click YouTube and in here I could just enter the YouTube URL and hit embed it’s
super simple to use it’s actually sort of similar to what WordPress does now
with oEmbed but the oEmbed process I think was really confusing for people
because it didn’t really show them what to do so this way it gives them a little
bit of an interface to use the Guttenberg
to use the embed feature easier finally obviously I can hit preview it’s gonna
show a preview of my post this is using the wise theme for our website which
this part here is not part of Guttenberg but anything down from here is all
Guttenberg and you can see my two columns you can see that the Gutenberg
is working to make make this site look pretty awesome which I’m excited to see
how this is going to play out in the future there’s obviously still a lot of
stuff they’re working on there’s some bugs or squashing there is some other
formatting issues other ideas that they’re still sort of so sort of hashing
out but this is the time to be part of the conversation because ultimately
we’re the ones who are gonna have to use this meaning the content creators and
this is a time to sort of play with it think about what would make this awesome
and then tell the Gutenberg development team via their various areas to show
them hey wouldn’t it be cool if I had this or I think this could be done this
way so feel free to leave a comment on this particular video and I’d be happy
to share what the Guttenberg team for you or gone over to make that
wordpress.org and you’ll find out how and where the developers of WordPress
sort of hang out and where you could get in touch with them here are some of my
field observations from using and testing the Gutenberg editor number one
it definitely challenges the status quo of what we know as WordPress a lot of
established plugin and theme authors are sort of scrambling to reinvent their
products for the Gutenberg world with some even considering of just completely
opting out which that may cause some compatibility problems or require users
to find alternative solutions to fit their needs given that much of WordPress
is open source and free software there are also some challenges for the
community to sort of reinvent their existing offerings to be compatible but
like anything that changes do also expect to see a land rush of new plugins
and themes that will be that will create more flexibility for the editor which
competition is a great way to spark new ideas within the marketplace and make
the entire experience better for the good number two my best advice is to
start testing and playing now you too can download the Gutenberg beta test
plugin for free at wordpress.org but be sure to start testing and a non
production website there are many features and bugs that are working on
and not all plugins and themes are compatible or will be compatible with
this new editor and framework also I want to point out that the Gutenberg
editing philosophy is poised to enter more areas of the WordPress ecosystem
such as headers footers and other areas in the future finally as always spread
the word be sure to spread the word if you have any ideas on how you think
Gutenberg could better help you or a plug-in for Gutenberg that would make it
better for you feel free to leave a comment on this video and I will share
that with the team or go feel free to go ahead yourself and head on over to make
that wordpress.org and read up on what is going on development world of the
WordPress this is a time to voice your opinion because the development team is
looking for feedback especially from content creators like you and me also be
sure to tell a friend about these new changes and maybe even send them this
video to alert them that this change is coming to WordPress and they probably
want to get prepared for it thanks again for watching this content Academy quick
tip I hope you found it valuable and actionable I know I have a lot of ideas
on how I can use Gutenberg to amp up my content strategy and I will be for sure
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Mixcraft 9, Waves Berzerk, Steinberg UR-C Interface, Free Plugins & more

Mixcraft 9, Waves Berzerk, Steinberg UR-C Interface, Free Plugins & more


in this episode of the home studio show
I’m looking at Steinberg UR-C audio interfaces mixcraft 9 digital audio
workstation a new distortion from waves plugins, N-track studio 9.1 update
free plugins and much more I’m Zane and this is the home studio show this is a
weekly show where I do audio tech news reviews and sometimes tips basically I
talk about the latest audio tech gear like audio interfaces and microphones I
also look at plugins new and old and digital audio workstations plus I make
sure to review free plugins in every episode you can also download every
episode as a podcast if you want to take me on the road with you and you can go
to the home studio show.com to download that you can also find it on itunes
first up in news steinberg the people behind the great digital audio
workstation Cubase they’ve released updated versions of their UR audio
interfaces and there are three audio interfaces in this new line there’s the
UR22C which is a two input two output audio interface then there’s the
UR44C which has 6 inputs but you can only record four of them at the same
time and then there’s the UR816C which is 16 inputs and of those 16
inputs eight of them are mic preamps all of these interfaces have a rugged metal
housing and offer 32 bit recording up to 192 Khz sample rate they also
claim to have super low latency and can offer faster transmission speeds to and
from your computer thanks to the USB C connection you can even connect these
audio interfaces to your iOS device be sure to check the link in the
description for more information and pricing next in news acoustica
mixcraft has been updated to mixcraft 9 if you
aren’t familiar with mixcraft it’s a digital audio workstation and they claim
to have the best workflow and they also say that it’s the best in ease-of-use
some of the new and notable features in version 9 include the addition
of the voltage modular synthesizer that comes with 45 modules you also get a new
suite of over 10 plugins from tone boosters cherry audio and acoustica
another new and notable feature is you can convert audio tracks into MIDI this
is a very cool feature that can be done with the included Melodyne plug-in there
are numerous other upgrades and features in mixcraft 9 be sure to check the link
in the description for more information there’s a new distortion in town over at
waves plugins and if you were fortunate enough to take advantage of the Black
Friday offer then you’d have this plug-in right now now this new waves
plug-in is called berzerk and it claims to be a creative distortion plug-in
designed to inspire musical ideas you get 10 original distortion shapes that
have wildly different personalities and if you can’t decide which one you want
to use press the go berzerk button and it will randomize each distortion shape
you can throw this plug-in on pretty much anything in your mix and it will
give your tracks new sounds that will stand out from the boring digital audio
that’s out there if you’re not familiar with waves they create some great
professional quality plugins and they offer them at very reasonable prices
again check that link in the description for more information on berserk and the
other waves plugins and more digital audio workstation news N-track studio
has been updated to version 9.1 and with this you get over 10 gigabytes of
royalty-free beats and loops new tools like vocal tune which is an auto tune
style tool and you also get the new guitar and bass amp sims where you can
simulate real life gear again the link is in the description if you want some
more information on N-track studio 9.1 please give this video a big thumbs up
if you’re enjoying it so far and I’ve got that trivia question coming up in
just a bit where if you answer it correctly you’ll get a shout out in the
next episode but right now we’re going to move on to the plugins worth checking
out section and first up I have izotope trash 2 this is another creative
distortion plug-in that can be used on pretty much every track
you can use various modules in trash to like delay and filters that give you a
lot of options for coming up with unique sounds one of my favorite modules in
trash 2 is the convolve module this models realistic amps devices
cabinets effects and speakers there are so many options here and you can even
load your own impulses into trash 2 plus if you need some inspiration to get
started you can check out some of the 100 presets which is what I’m going to
do right now and of course you can check the link in
the description for more information on trash 2 and now the next plugin worth
checking out is tracktion biotek 2 this is a very
cool synth that uses natural and environmental samples to create its
sounds the interface is pretty cool you can adjust this image in the center and
take your sounds even further it also includes over 500 patches to get you
started so let’s give biotech to a listen and check out some of those
patches right now now before we get to the free plugins section of the show I
have the trivia section and last week I had two people answer the trivia
correctly they were innocent bystander and Ronnie Cremer thank you so much guys
for watching and if you want to have a shout out in the next episode be sure to
answer this trivia question correctly name the song and the original band or
artist from these lyrics I’m bulletproof nothing to lose fire away, fire away if
you know the answer be sure to put it in the comments below and if you’re among
the first 10 people to do so you’ll get a shout out in the next episode now
let’s move on to the free plugins of the week and the first plug-in we’re going
to look at is a new one from sampleson and this is called push this is a
one-button generative synth for Mac and Windows and every time you push the one
button in the middle it will create a new patch you can further edit this
patch in the Edit panel but if you’re stuck for a sound this can be a cool way
to come up with some new ideas so let’s give it a try and see what kind of
sounds we get when we push the button be sure to let me know what you think of
push in the comments below and the next free plugin of the week is from a
company called sender spike and this is their signal noise sn-02G vu meter now a
vu meter may look like a fairly simple plugin but this one does offer some
features in addition to the great analog meter looks it can operate as a dual
mono or stereo meter depending on your track it has four fixed nominal
reference levels for 0 DB vu there’s – 12 – 14 – 18 and – 20 dB this can really
help you in your gain staging there’s a switchable display of some mono on both
meters left-right or mid side for stereo tracks only plus there’s some more
features in there if you have a free or paid plugin or any other audio software
that you think I should check out in a future episode be sure to let me know in
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Business Blueprint Member – Cydney O’Sullivan

Business Blueprint Member – Cydney O’Sullivan


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WordPress Tutorial: How to Change Your Privacy Settings

WordPress Tutorial: How to Change Your Privacy Settings


Hi, and welcome to WordPress.com. This video will show you how to change
the privacy settings on your WordPress.com website or blog. There are three privacy options for your
WordPress.com site: Public, Hidden from search engines,
and Private. To change your privacy settings,
go to My Site and Settings and look for Privacy. If you set your blog to Private,
only users who’ve been invited to the site to view or to contribute
will be able to access it. You can invite users under My Sites,
then on People and Add. If you set your site to Hidden
from search engines, it does not guarantee your site
will not be indexed by search engines. If you’re not sure if this is what you want,
we recommend keeping the default public settings, so your site’s content
will always be searchable. For more tips and tricks,
visit the WordPress.com support site.