Best Wordpress Themes December 2014

30+ Best WordPress themes (FREE & PREMIUM) released in December 2014.

I hope all of you have enjoyed the holidays, I sure did. Now it’s time to get back to work and make some digital miracles. I bet that many of you reading this article are actual bloggers, whether new or experienced, and I know that you are in a search for some new, beautiful and functional WordPress themes. Well, you have come to the right place at the right time 🙂

I plan for this to be a regular (monthly) blog post about WordPress themes released within the past month, hopefully you will like this concept (share your thoughts in the comments area below). In this article you will find out what were the top free and premium WordPress themes for December 2014, IMHO.

Black Friday Cyber Monday

Black Friday 2014. Deals for Webmasters and Marketers

Black Friday / Cyber Monday 2014. is approaching rapidly. Most of the companies have already started giving discounts a week before Black Friday weekend, and some of them even 2 weeks before the big day.

I am always prepared for Black Friday promotions, saving few hundred of dollars on the side, to buy products on 50%+ discounts which usually saves me over $1000 if I would buy all that with a regular, full price.

Opt In Forms Wordpress

How to Become a WordPress List Building Superhero and Double Your Conversions Today

*Pre-intro: Whoa, this is one huge article (7000+ words), but it has everything you will ever need regarding opt-in forms and list building for WordPress. I promise, you will not have to look anywhere else and waste your time trying to find your perfect opt-in plugin or widget because all you need is right here, updated regularly! So, go grab yourself a nice cup of coffee and enjoy your reading 🙂

Last update: March 30, 2015 – HUGE UPDATE – 30+ NEW PLUGINS, 1 NEW PLACEMENT & 7 MORE BONUS CHAPTERS! – Check update log

How to cloak/redirect affiliate links in WordPress

I'm not sure where's the problem with affiliate links and why people hate them. It's like when they see something like ?aff123 or #abcd123 or similar affiliate tracking in the end of url they think it's something wrong with it, or maybe it's some sort of scam. Hell, even I have been in that situation and thinking the same thing. Maybe it is in human nature to avoid such things, I don't know, but it really intrigues me.

Probably because of those reasons, to trick the readers mind and to keep them calm, marketers have been cloaking or redirecting their affiliate links for a long time now (and also to protect their affiliate links from getting hijacked). It was a lot complicated back then, there were many ways of redirecting the links (like .htaccess redirection, which was really pain in the butt), but luckily things have change.