A successful social media strategy is non-negotiable for nearly all site owners. However, to achieve that, you’ll need to work with a stellar tool or two. In this post, we’ll look at what you need in a good social media plugin, then introduce Walls.io!
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.
The importance of social media cannot be understated. And what’s better, your loyal customers, potential customers, and anyone in between, want you to reach out to them on their favorite social media networks.
However, sharing your newly created content manually across several social media networks can prove time-consuming and frustrating.
That’s why today I am going to show you how to automatically share all of your website’s content using a great plugin called NextScripts: Social Networks Auto-Poster (also known as SNAP).
Starting a review website involves a lot of time and effort. So let me show you how you can start a niche review site that is optimized for both search engines & social media sites.
In this article, I will introduce you to the Social Review Theme which is optimized for both search engines and social media sites. When this theme is integrated with the Social Review Engine plugin, it becomes very easy to create a powerful and mobile-ready product review site in any niche you want.
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.
The Grid is a plugin that aims to make it easy to display your WordPress website content in custom layouts. Choose a content source for your layout, including WordPress posts, pages, media files, WooCommerce products, or content from social media. Then select one of the grid layouts and skins. If you want to present your content in new and interesting ways, read our review of The Grid.
As a website owner, you and I both know that maintaining a strong social media presence is essential to success. In fact, utilizing the power of social media is one of the best ways to get your content noticed and shared across multiple platforms. Not only does this increase your brand’s exposure, it helps you build a bigger email list, and converts more site visitors into loyal customers.
And, thanks to the boom in development of WordPress social automation plugins, there is a whole host of solutions available for those who want to promote their content better on social media. In fact, these plugins are so convenient, they actually automate the process for you.
Here are 8 of the best WordPress plugins available today that are designed for social media automation. This way all of your valuable content is shared automatically to social media platforms that your target audience visits regularly.
To earn the trust of your blog readers, you need to write good posts that resonate with them. Among the many factors that determine the quality of blog posts are social shares. The more social shares your posts have, the more chances visitors will take it that your posts are good. Therefore, you need to find a way to increase your social shares and get the trust of your audience. In this post are five WordPress plugins that will help you boost your social shares.
Last May, The New York Times leaked internal Innovation Report reported that homepage traffic had plummeted by a shocking 50% over the last two years. This caused panic and created debates across the web amongst marketers, news-based websites and basically anyone with a stake in a triple w address. The truth is – despite growing use of different social channels, brands and businesses can’t forget about website traffic and need to be integrating their social content into websites in a manner that is more than just adding links to their social accounts.