The main purpose of WordPress is to help users develop and publish content. However, the development of content doesn’t just stop at an easy-to-use editor.
Plugins are available that can help you fine-tune your writing skills while helping you focus on search engine optimization strategies.
By installing these five WordPress content plugins, you can deliver rich and grammatically correct material perfect for driving traffic to your website. Continue reading “5 Free WordPress Plugins That Can Help You Write Better Content”
PHP 7 hosting has been launched for all GreenGeeks customers. How do you do it, what is PHP and how does this all effect you? I hope to tackle all these concerns and more. What is so great about this new PHP version? PHP 7 does bring in a significant performance boost. There are also some new language features too.
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Jetpack is a series of tools and features created to add a great deal more to the WordPress system. This collection is usually installed automatically with newer versions of the popular content management system, but it can be added as a plugin if you don’t already have it.
The collection of modules within Jetpack offers improvements to everything from the comment section to security and safety measures.
The WordPress Jetpack plugin delivers more than 30 integrated features that are easy to install and configure. Once you’ve made a free account with WordPress.com, you can vastly increase the potential of your website with the different tools available.
The following are five of the most important additions that you may want to implement once you have the system installed. Continue reading “5 Important Add-Ons in Jetpack for WordPress”
WordPress is one of those content management systems that is in constant development. Usually, developers will take the technologies that are available and make sure that the system can handle them. For example, themes for WordPress are often created with responsive designs to take advantage of mobile devices produced today. In WordPress 4.4, several changes were implemented to enhance user experience, as well as improve efficiency in the back-end. Of these changes, here are four things that have made the most impact for many people.
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Your online business persona is just as important as the one in the real world. Your website needs to be as clean and functional as your brick-and-mortar location. However, a bit more care needs to be put into creating an online representation of the business.
In fact, there may be more strategy behind what to build online than in your real-world business location. Continue reading “Answer These 5 Questions Before You Start Building Your Small Business Website”
HyperText Transfer Protocol, or HTTP, is how websites are delivered to individual browsers for viewing. Essentially, it’s like having a universal translator for the Internet. This is what allows virtually any online device to view the same websites regardless of the operating system.
For example, Windows computers will see a near perfect version of a site that Apple users experience. The only real difference is how these two computer systems understand and process that data.
When it comes to securing those sites, people will invest in Secure HyperText Transfer Protocol, or HTTPS. It’s the same programming language as before with one vastly important difference: it uses a Secure Socket Layer, or SSL, to encrypt information.
This means that the system identifies one recipient as an individual while encrypting the data making it near impossible to intercept. This is why many site owners will pay extra for the SSL. When it comes to a WordPress blog, when should you consider HTTP versus HTTPS? Continue reading “When Should You Consider Moving Your WordPress Website From HTTP to HTTPS/SSL?”
Mobile devices have long since surpassed desktop computer systems when it comes to browsing the Internet. When considering how many households and business utilize full-sized computer systems, this is quite an astounding feat.
It’s the heavy use of mobile technology that has changed the way many businesses promote their content online. The results gave way to rich media advertising for these small hand-held devices. Continue reading “4 Smart Reasons To Invest In Mobile Rich Media Advertising”
A common challenge that many small businesses face is getting more customers. It’s important to grow your customer base because it is a more dependable source of sales than trying to acquire income through first time customers.
Over time, you’ll be able to rely on your customer base for a steady stream of income. This is especially true if you nurture the relationship with your customers and deliver on your products/services.
But how do you go about getting more customers in the first place? Here are five power tips that any business owner can use regardless of their budget. Continue reading “5 Power Tips for Growing Your Customer Base”
The WHOIS database is essentially a collection of information, such as your name and email address, that registrars publish once you purchase a domain. It’s used as contact information much like a traditional phone book.
As you can guess, a great deal of complications can come from this information remaining in public access. Luckily, most registrars allow you to “purchase” privacy controls when you buy a domain.
This removes that information from public view and keeps your contact info private. Continue reading “7 Reasons Why You Should Be Using WHOIS Privacy On Your Domains”
A content delivery network is one that shares your site with various servers across the globe. This allows people in certain areas to access the pages faster than if your site was located in a single location. As speed plays a prominent role for search engine optimization and customer retention, the CDN may look to be a very appealing system. Continue reading “How You Can Make Your Website Faster with a Content Delivery Network”