Did you know that 93 percent of all Internet traffic begins with a search engine? Furthermore, 75 percent of searchers don’t search past the first page of results. Looking even deeper into the significance of search, we find that search engine tools are the number one form of traffic for content sites – even more than social media, by 300…. Continue Reading
There are currently 30,000+ WordPress plugins available in the WordPress repository to choose from and installing too many of them may result in conflicts and security issues. We frequently get questions like which plugin to use, what is the best plugin for SEO, etc. You can easily see the most popular plugins either by visiting the plugin directory or doing a google search of top 10 WordPress plugins, but you'll miss many great potential additions by not digging deeper. So we have a taken a different approach and decided to do some digging on your behalf.
I’d like to tell you a little story, if you could bear with me for a minute. A couple years ago, I was playing around in the FTP client in my cPanel trying out some new stuff I had read on some blog or the other. I was trying to accomplish a certain task (I don’t remember what), but what…. Continue Reading
Generating traffic to your website takes a lot of time and effort. Sending out email blasts, setting up expensive PPC campaigns, or creating FB Ads is hard work. Deciding where to drive traffic can be tricky. Your homepage is definitely important, but it’s not always the best choice. Each campaign you run should be directed to the specific page that’s…. Continue Reading
If you’re a regular WordPress user, I don’t need to tell you how great the extensibility is or how many amazing free and commercial plugins are available for the WordPress platform. You already know all that. One of the best features of WordPress can also be its greatest drawback. There are literally so many plugins available, that it’s easy to…. Continue Reading
It’s no secret that building an email list is one of the best ways to grow your blog or business online. This is why many bloggers and business owners alike use as many tools as they can to boost the number of their email subscribers. And if you want to grow your email list in the most efficient way, using…. Continue Reading
Managing multiple WordPress websites can be a hassle. While WordPress as a CMS is easy and simple to manage, dealing with multiple admin panels can get increasingly difficult and time-consuming very fast. Multiple sites require you to update plugins and themes individually and keep track of everything else from core updates to regular backups. Fortunately, there are many services for WordPress…. Continue Reading
A WordPress slider plugin is a nifty little tool you can use to create beautiful custom sliders, and MotoPress has made this even simpler with their Responsive WordPress Slider Plugin. This plugin allows you to build sliders using a drag-and-drop interface and an easy-to-navigate backend editor. Please note this plugin does require your server to be running WordPress 3.5 or…. Continue Reading