WordPress may be new to the eCommerce arena, but quite an archaic platform known on the web for allowing beginners to set up a simple blog or website. WordPress was quite famous among bloggers and small to medium size business owners.[Read more…]
One of the world’s best CMSs, WordPress, is being used by about 33% websites on the internet. Recently, a new update for WordPress, known as WordPress 5.0 “Bebo” was rolled out on 27 November 2018 along with its new editor, Gutenberg.[Read more…]
WordPress plugins are an essential element for any blog owner running a WordPress installation because they add plenty of great options with just a few clicks of your mouse. From SEO optimization to visitor management to monetization, plugins have so much to offer.
As 2019 kicks off, consider checking out the best WordPress plugins available and see what they might add to your blog. We’re not including the usual suspects like Jetpack and Akismet. They’re great plugins but there are plenty of lesser known ones out there that might surprise you with all the functions and features they have to offer.[Read more…]
Every year, major blogging platforms roll out new initiatives and features designed to help people showcase their work and create an online following. Two of the largest blogging platforms are WordPress and Blogger. Each offers unique features that appeal to different types of bloggers — for example, one is more suited to those who want to sell products through their blog. It’s important to do a WordPress vs Blogger comparison before you start blogging, especially in 2018 when so many different options are available.
Deciding which blogging platform to use is a large decision that shouldn’t be made lightly. Once you’ve created a series of posts and habits, it’s more difficult to switch those to another platform. So choosing the right platform for your purposes before you get started is absolutely essential.
Do you remember when you were in high school? Some students excel in sports, some have good grades, and some are just cool at whatever they do.
Most of the time they rule the school and have a club of their own.
Now, let’s relate that in today’s world of digital marketing.
In reality, those cool kids are one of the influencers of the society.
Say for example the fashion stylists and makeup ‘teachers’ on Instagram. If you look for more of the same accounts, you’ll notice that the number of their followers mostly have more than 50,000 followers. These cool Instagram personalities may have been doing something right.
They do this by creating great content that is relevant to their followers and engaging with them regularly.
Same goes for bloggers. If you want to be one of the Cool Kids on the web, then one of the first things you need to start on is to create a great-looking site on WordPress.
Theme clubs are commonly known to offer memberships to their users that can be renewed monthly or annually to maintain access to all of their products.
We’ve listed five of the best theme clubs you can choose from.
The magic of WordPress is already famous and known throughout the world. Anyone who has ever wanted to create a website, like a personal blog, or their own business, has heard of how easy and effortless it is to use WordPress, without any kind of advanced technical knowledge about web design or coding. It is a literal dream come true for so many. And not only that, the fact that this platform is so huge and contains a large collection of various themes, styles, templates and plugins, gives it an edge and makes it a pleasure to use.
Thanks to WordPress’ newest widget, sites now have more than one hundred languages at their fingertips.
Online marketing can become so complex, that it’s easy to find yourself sitting on your laurels, head in hands, thinking, “where am I going to find the time and expertise to grow my WordPress website business?”
Setting up a WordPress blog is a relatively straightforward task, but as with getting anything right, the devil is usually in the details. Here are 5 things you probably hadn’t considered when setting up your first WordPress blog. Learn from them, so next time you start a new blog, you’ll know better. [Read more…]