If you have a website or a blog, you are most likely using WordPress. Statistics show WordPress is the content management system responsible for more than 30% of the top 10 million websites on the internet. The ubiquitous and open-source nature of WordPress has given rise to countless user created themes and plugins.
If you’ve noticed a decline in your search traffic and visitor engagement on your website or blog, a high bounce rate could be at least partially to blame for your falling numbers.
What is Bounce Rate?
When someone enters your site via any page but leaves before clicking on any additional pages,
It can take years of hard work and patience to develop an email marketing strategy that generates powerful results. Fortunately, there are a few “force multipliers” that can boost your efforts by not only increasing the quantity of email leads you earn, but also their quality. Here, we’ll discuss the process of crafting a compelling,
In today’s blogosphere, having high-quality content on your blog is an obvious necessity for success. The better the content on your blog, the more people will want to view it. What’s the use of having all of this amazing content, however, if it’s not easily accessible to the audience you’re trying to reach?
WordPress is the most widely used content management systems. Believe it or not, WordPress accounts for nearly one-third of all websites on the internet today. Because of the zero cost and open source structure, everyone from professional news organizations to the humble home blogger is using WordPress to manage our content.
Whether you are a blogging newbie or a blogging veteran, you have probably asked yourself this question – How do I get more followers? You have all of this fantastic content, and brilliant new ideas but your subscribers are limited to the loyal few.
While you appreciate their fandom you also want to reach more people – we get it,
Whether blogging is your full-time job, a pleasurable hobby or something in between, it can be challenging to find enough hours in the day to accomplish everything you want to. If you’re finding yourself stressed out, overwhelmed or missing deadlines, you may want to take the time to reevaluate your processes and make strategic changes in three key areas: productivity,
Most bloggers’ key concern—and rightfully so—is developing compelling, relevant content that connects with their target audiences. However, that focus shouldn’t come at the expense of crisp, well-written copy that’s free of typos, misspellings and grammatical errors, since these literary faux pas can diminish credibility and distract readers from the piece’s core message.
It is crucial to ensure that your blog’s visitors are having the most optimal possible experience. This being the case, it is just as important to ensure that they are not kept waiting. Pages that load slower than molasses are one of the most common frustrations reported by people who frequently blogs.
Are you a WordPress newbie? Or have you maybe built your own blog but haven’t dabbled much in the Settings panel of the WordPress backend? Whatever the case may be, proper configuration of some of the WordPress settings of your blog can make or break the success of a site.