How To Know For Sure You Can Trust A Plugin

  • January 15th, 2019 11am PST
  • Remkus de Vries

There are more than 40 thousand plugins out there. How can you make sure that you’re making a good decision in picking that one specific plugin?

This webinar will help develop a strategy in making sure you minimize the risk and stay secure as you’re downloading your WordPress plugins.

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Remkus de Vries

Remkus de Vries

Manager of Partnerships at Yoast

Remkus is from Fryslân, the Netherlands and is Manager Partnerships at Yoast. He’s been active in the WordPress Community since 2006 and co-founded WordCamp Netherlands and WordCamp Europe.

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