For those of you who think email marketing is dead I tell you it’s not. It’s still alive and is yet evolving. If you’ve been around in marketing for a while you probably understand the importance of email marketing. It’s a major marketing channel webwide, outperforming its fellow channels in ROI and effectiveness.
Google Analytics was launched by Google in 2005 to provide a service with which you can know your audience, trace your customer path and see what they’re all up to.
Ever since its introduction it has grown and developed, providing new and better ways of tracking and of showing you all the statistics you might want.
With both WordPress and Google Analytics growing at such a rapid rate it was only a matter of time before someone found a way of combining the two. Hence, Google Analytics plugins.
When maintaining and marketing a WordPress site, the right tools can save you a ton of time and stress. In this post we’ve collected the best tools website owners will be using in 2017.
Until now, Instagram plugins killed website load times with droves of external calls. If you’re constantly chasing site speed, check out Optimized Instagram the (free) plugin that serves Instagram images locally and does drag down you website’s load time.
Until now, there was no easy way to create a WooCommerce product catalog to list products in a neat and compact format. In this post, I’ll walk you through how to do this using the new WooCommerce Product Table plugin, which was released last week. What is a WooCommerce Product Catalog? The term ‘product catalog’ is often used to mean different things. Looking for a suitable WooCommerce plugin can be quite confusing! Some product catalog plugins (e.g. YITH WooCommerce Catalog Mode, Catalog for WooCommerce and WooCommerce Catalog) disable the ‘Add to Cart’ button so you can’t buy online. This creates a read-only version of…
WordPress has come a long way over the past couple of years. Let’s see which 15 e-commerce plugins are the best and that you should add to your WordPress website right now!
Tracking your website’s traffic and analyzing reports gives you valuable insights how your website is doing, what your visitors are most clicking on, what they are searching for, and a lot of other data that you can use to get the most out of it.
Google Analytics is second to none when it comes to statistics,data collection,analysis and reporting. It’s the first choice of millions of users, website owners and digital marketing professionals, which allows them to measure and fully monitor the performance of their websites.
Are you thinking of starting an e-commerce store? You, like many millions of other website owners, might be considering WooCommerce to run it. Most people would argue it’s WordPress’ goto e-commerce plugin.
WooCommerce is now responsible for powering over 39% of all e-commerce stores online and there are literally thousands of extensions and themes that will boost the functionality of your store so it’s a great choice. There really isn’t too many store business models these days that you can’t implement with WooCommerce.
As you will dedicate time, effort and money in translating your website, it is recommended that you do the enough amount of research to ensure that the multilingual plugin that you will choose is covering all the aspects that you want to achieve. In this article, we provide you with all the points you need to check to help you in finding the right multilingual plugin for you.
Drizzle enables publishers, journalists and pro-bloggers to generate leads and sell their premium content directly to readers. Readers can view content by simply registering or by purchasing with a single click. Drizzle offers two user-friendly payment options: pay-per-article via micropayments and monthly subscriptions. Drizzle increases direct revenue, reader engagement and the number of paid subscribers on pubishers’ websites. Publishers can automatically track their best performing content and upsell it to their readers in the most effective way.