Lindsay is a freelance writer who loves all things WordPress. When she is not writing she can be found spending family time with her son and two silly nephews.
It’s not enough these days to set up a beautiful looking website and hope that people stop by. In fact, email opt-ins, customer purchases, and blog post engagement do not typically happen overnight.
It takes a lot to market your website and everything you have to offer, no matter what type of website you operate.
However, the glaring problem with all of this is that in order to maximize your marketing efforts and really reap the benefits, you have to implement multiple tools from multiple sources – all of which do something different.
That’s why today, we are going to take a look at Inbound Brew’s premium, all-in-one marketing plugin, by the same name – Inbound Brew – and see just how marketers and small businesses can take advantage of having everything they need to market their website available in one convenient location.
With mobile use on the rise, and people loving the thought of everything being easily accessible on their smartphones, it makes sense that you would consider turning your eCommerce shop into a mobile app.
After all, mobile apps help build brand recognition since consumers see apps every time they get on their phone.
In addition, they are more user-friendly than websites, push notifications boast a 17%-20% click through rate, and they make social media sharing easier than ever.
However, for those looking for reliable and fast way to turn your eCommerce shop into a customized and fully responsive mobile app, look no further than PWACommerce.
Wading through your native WordPress Media Library can be challenging if you have a ton of media on your WordPress website. And, if that’s the case, and you do have a lot of media, it is likely you have tried to find a way to streamline the process of organizing, managing, and finding your site’s media.
That’s why today, we are going to explore the WP Media Folder plugin, and discuss an easier way to manage your website’s media.
Can you imagine if your entire WordPress website were to suddenly crash and fail, taking all of your hard work – posts, pages, and custom designs – with it?
Sometimes installing a new plugin or theme can cause your site to crash. Other times, a website hacker may break into your database and create a lot of design and functionality issues for your website. That’s why always having a recent backup of your entire WordPress website is so crucial to the recovery of lost data.
Today, we are going to discuss how the powerful BlogVault plugin not only backups your website, but how it keeps your website safe and secure as well.
Whether you are new to WordPress, or are a seasoned expert, there is always going to be more to learn. With product updates, new software creations, and advanced technology biting at everyone’s heels saying “Buy me!”, “Use me!”, and “Learn about me!”, it can be hard to keep up.
That’s why enlisting the help of a reliable, trustworthy, and high-quality WordPress tutorial website is helpful.
Today we are going to examine what it takes to be considered a solid WordPress tutorial authority. After all, anyone can create a website and YouTube channel, create some WordPress tutorials, and call themselves an expert. From there, I will zero in on one WordPress tutorial expert, Darrel Wilson, and see what his website and YouTube channel offers those looking to expand their knowledge of WordPress. And in the end, we’ll see just how he matches up and whether his content is worth bookmarking and frequenting on a regular basis.
Search engine optimization, or SEO, is crucial if you want your website’s content to be found on the first page of Google’s search results.
Designed as a set of rules, SEO is the practice of tweaking content, such as keywords, content layout, and image descriptions, so that Google will find your site easily and rank it high in search results as some of the most useful content available for those searching your niche.
After all, it’s not enough to have a great looking website and killer content. You must create content that is noticed by crawlers and delivered to your target audience (preferably on page one) so that people will visit your website, subscribe to your newsletter, and even purchase your products or services.
That’s why today we are going to look at an SEO plugin that is packed full of features to help aid your SEO efforts: WP Meta SEO.
There are many reasons why you might want to delete a large amount of information off your website.
However, no matter the reason why you want to delete data from your website, the point is there needs to be an effective way of approaching this task so that you preserve the parts of your website you want left intact. Plus, there needs to be solid support and documentation in place before you begin mass deleting all of your hard work.
This is where BulkWP.com comes into play.
If you are ready to make your brand internationally known, it is time you start thinking about how to best structure your website so that you can maximize its presence amongst this new audience base.
How you structure your international website in terms of domain architecture is just as important as presenting content in multiple languages for your site visitors.
Today we are going to look at the different ways you can structure your WordPress website to target multiple languages or countries, discuss when to use each method, and examine how using the WPML translation plugin can help your efforts to expand your brand overseas.
Creating simple forms for your WordPress website is, well, simple.
But what if you wanted to get a little advanced and offer your site visitors only the information they require to complete the form?
Well, you can using conditional logic WordPress forms.
Today we are going to look at what conditional logic is, the popular types of conditional logic you might want to include on your website forms, and which WordPress plugins offer the best solutions.