The sidebar is one of the most under-appreciated things on the WordPress site of many beginners. They might even still have the meta widget and the standard blogroll. Something very simple, that can be very useful, is adding a form of navigation to your sidebar. Just a little something to help your visitors find their way to the content they really want…. 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.
Do you want more email subscribers? Not just any old ones, but actual qualified subscribers who are genuinely interested in your emails. Of course you do! The key to growing your email list is using your existing content. If your content provides valuable information to your audience, why not use it to capture more emails? And the best way of…. Continue Reading
What do you think is the number one challenge you are facing while building your e-commerce empire? Let’s assume of course that you’ve got some consistent traffic and have started generating a few sales – even if they’re hit and miss. And let’s also assume that you’ve spent a reasonable amount of time learning the in’s and outs of the…. Continue Reading
Building Posts and Pages with WordPress is pretty straight-forward. You create a new post, write your content, do a bit of formatting, and Bob’s your teapot. But what if you want jazz things up a bit? What if you want to inject a bit of character or personality into your writing? For simple changes you might install a shortcode plugin….. Continue Reading
Are you a wizard when it comes to designing and building your own websites? Or do your programming skills fall short of the mark? The majority will no doubt fall into the latter category with either none or only a little technical knowledge. If you’re one of those individuals, this post is for you because creating beautiful pages for your…. Continue Reading
Video games are addicting. The typical American gamer spends an average of 13 hours per week. With 168 hours in a week, 56 spent sleeping, 11.6% of a gamers hours wake are used playing games. What if you could leverage the principles of games and apply them to your blog?
Whether you’re selling a digital product, a physical one, or your offering anything that may kick up a few questions that need answering on your website, being able provide the answers is big part of making your business and product a success. However, that’s easier said than done. It takes a lot of time to run a site and to…. Continue Reading
You’ll hear it said all the time: “The money is in the list.” To someone who doesn’t know too much about online marketing and making a living from online work, this may raise a few eyebrows. However, the reason why so many seasoned online entrepreneurs swear by their email list is because they’ve personally experienced the power that is The…. Continue Reading
How do you stay in contact with your customers? Do you have a phone number or contact form on your website? I honestly can’t remember the last time I called a company for help because I can’t stand waiting on the phone in those long support queues. As for email, I might send out a few on occasion, but I am…. Continue Reading
What are the first impressions of a visitor landing on your website? Research has proved that visitors make their mind up about a website in just seconds. If you want visitors to stick around, you need to be making a positive first impression. Of course, what makes a positive first impression is far more subjective. Generally speaking though, a huge…. Continue Reading