Bloggers who have been writing for awhile eventually wonder just how much time and effort they’ve put into their site. If you are one of those bloggers who use WordPress you might as well wonder how to get meaningful writing statistics about your content. Getting word count and productivity stats has finally gotten easier thanks to a free plugin called WP Word Count . (more…)
Email marketing is one of the most widely used and effective marketing strategy webwide. Although we’re now seem to be addicted to texting, tweeting,status updates, likes and shares, checking the email box is still the first thing the majority of us do in the morning. You can hardly find anyone who doesn’t have an email address (or even a bunch of them), and that’s what makes emailing a great channel to get the word out of the products or services you offer. (more…)
The age of HTML has passed and the age of WordPress is upon us. Almost everyone has embraced this revolutionary change. According to W3Techs survey, 27.8% of all the websites are used by WordPress and it is showing a steady growth. In the times of HTML, the traditional designing was typical and complex. As the years passed,the functionality of WordPress took over websites built with HTML, and it has now become the most growing CMS provider. (more…)
No one would have imagined that a simple blogging platform would develop into the most popular content management system at present. WordPress that started in 2003 and has grown into a system that powers over 26% of websites in the web.
While most have heard about WordPress, there are small business owners who are struggling to even enter the web market. In 2016, it was said that approximately half of US small businesses didn’t have websites.
And this comes as no surprise that the two major cognitions seem to be the lack of budget and technical skills.
This is where WordPress as a CMS works best. (more…)
Those who use WordPress most probably know it’s a pretty SEO-friendly content management platform by itself. But it doesn’t mean just running a website on WordPress will get you on the top of first search result pages out of nowhere. For better SEO results and better traffic there is still a lot more to do.
For users who are not technically into SEO, optimizing a blog or a website might seem a pretty daunting task. If you’re one of them, don’t be quick to get upset. There are, fortunately, a number of great WordPress plugins out there that make sure your website is properly optimized and has all the chances to drive more traffic. And guess what ? You don’t have to dive deep into understanding web crawlers, indexing, Google algorithms or whatsoever. These plugins require simple installation and a couple of manual setting adjustments. What you’ll get in return is better search rankings, more traffic and higher conversion rates. (more…)
Your online success greatly depends on parameters, like incoming traffic, SEO, relevance, efficiency, data security and so on. Your WordPress website needs to stay competitive, and this can be achieved only if you’re constantly upgrading it with the latest, best plugins compatible with it. To be on top of the game on a market crowded with opponents, make sure to stay up to date using the best WordPress plugins. View below handpicked 2017 high scoring WP plugins, ordered based on your website requirements. (more…)
Whenever you log into your WordPress admin, the first thing that you see is your dashboard. This panel is a set, where all the collectibles are available and stored under one platform. Once you have looked in the dashboard and you will come to learn about everything, under one glance. Starting from latest WordPress news to the comments, and even making quick draft posts, everything can be managed under one single platform. If this dashboard, however, looks a bit disorganized to you, and you’d like to customize it according to your needs, this post is all about how to do it. (more…)
WordPress is popular among bloggers and website owners due to its flexibility, lack of a price tag and simplicity, but what makes the CMS so simple to use?
If you know someone that has written a blog at any point in the last 10 years, the chances are they have used WordPress. Originally built for blogging, WordPress has since grown into the most popular web hosting tool on the internet and is used for a variety of different websites – big and small.
Recently, WordPress is also widely used for creating ecommerce websites because of its easy nature, although there are concerns over its adaptability and security. (more…)
World-wide web provides unlimited number of ways to connect to your targeted audience. If the content on your website is written in English that’s great. Because English is the most spoken language online, with roughly over 26% of share. However, not everyone speaks the same language. The fact that a good chunk of people on the web doesn’t speak your language means you’re missing out on a huge portion of potential site visitors.
Although there is a team of translators who are working on translating WordPress into different languages, the list of the languages it’s available in is not that long though.The good news is that there are some great tools out there that can turn your website into a multilingual platform and help you reach out to every single user on the web.
One such tool is Weglot Translate plugin, which translates you site content into any language and doesn’t require you any coding skills at all. It’s a relatively new plugin, but it has already been downloaded over 80.000 times from the WordPress directory and is actively used on over 8000 websites. (more…)
MailChimp WD offers an easy way to integrate your WordPress website with MailChimp service and lets you manage your email listings, subscription forms and submissions directly from your dashboard. It’s a user-friendly, comprehensive and a super functional WordPress plugin with a wide range of customization options, unique features,seamless integration and outstanding flexibility. The plugin makes it easy to connect to your MailChimp account and gives you full control over your forms and listings. It allows you to create responsive subscription forms with a number of form fields, including PayPal, file upload, survey tools, three types of captcha protection,etc, and has your MailChimp lists ready to quickly connect them to the forms. (more…)