When it comes to the internet, lack of speed kills. You need your community to be fast. Here are eight ways to help speed up your WordPress community.
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Ultimate Member is a free WordPress plugin that makes it extremely easy to create powerful online communities and beautiful user profiles with WordPress Source: Free Community & User Profile WordPress Plugin | Ultimate Member
Whether you want to bring customers together to discuss your product, give your fans a place to rave about your latest album or build a platform for fellow RC enthusiasts to compare tricks and controllers, PeepSo gives you your community, in WordPress, and in an elegant, seamless and beautiful setting. PeepSo | Open Source Social Network Software – WordPress Plugin – Create a Private Social NetworkRead More …[....]
WordPress Social Network Plugin for Great Looking Forums, Profiles, Groups And More! Added With One Click - An Instant Social Member Community On Your Site. Source: WordPress Social Network Plugin - WP Symposium Pro - Current Only $10
The simplest way to turn your WordPress website into a Social Network comparable to Facebook or LinkedIn. Mingle makes it easy to create a social network for your family, church, business or even a premium membership site! Mingle uses your standard WordPress website and standard WordPress theme to create your WP Mingle — WordPress PluginsRead More …[....]
SoundVent is a BuddyPress based Social Networking Website for Music Professionals and Enthusiasts.
This is a free eBook from FlyWheel that lists 25 social media tools that are useful for community admins. The key to an organized, efficient, and successful social media strategy is relying on a handful of well-selected apps, software and browser extensions designed to make day-to-day management incredibly easy. Source: 25 social media tools for BuddyPress community adminsRead More …[....]
imath has been around for years contributing to BuddyPress core and creating excellent plugins. I had the chance to chat Mathieu in person at WordCamp London 2015. Recently he granted me some of his time to answer a few questions about his history in BuddyPress, his current experiments, and what Community Spotlight: imath, BuddyPress Core ContributorRead More …[....]