Yet, sometimes the best tips are the ones that not everyone is trying. These are the tips that may not be your first move, but they could be the move that finally gets your site the attention it deserves.
So before you decide to throw in the towel, be sure to try out some of these underrated content promotion tips.
We’re very happy to announce that a new WordPress theme called ListingPress has been released. ListingPress provides the capability to create and maintain an online directory of an endless range of items such as business inventories, travel sites, property sites, recipes, etc… It is built upon the Directorist WordPress plugin, which brings features like unlimited custom fields, monetization options, the ability to let readers submit their own listings, plus many more features. It is integrated with the elementor page builder to customize blogs, galleries, and pages within the directory. Below is a snapshot of ListingPress:
Survey plugins can be a great way to interact with your website’s visitors efficiently and effectively. At their best, surveys offer the kind of feedback you need to grow your website.
The problem is that surveys are rarely at their best. Too many fail to engage participants in a meaningful way. Not only do such surveys not lead to results, but they can actively hurt your website’s image.
With that in mind, we’ve chosen to highlight some of the survey plugins that are responsive, reliable, and generally proven to be more engaging. Here are 20 of our favorites:
The sudden launch of the WordPress block editor caught many by surprise. Those in the know realized that the swap was inevitable. As we’ve talked about before, WordPress blocks are the future of the platform. However, many were left scrambling to discover how this new system works in time to keep their websites going.
Even months after the swap to the WordPress block editor-style, questions still remain. This new system may be fantastic, but WordPress fell short when it came to explaining it all. So many are left exploring the possibilities even when they should feel comfortable with this new kind of editor.
That’s certainly annoying, but there is good news. It turns out that many of the best features of this new editor have been discovered. Even better, most of them are easy to use. It’s really just a matter of knowing where to look in the new interface.
Here are some WordPress block editor tips that will help you access the new editors’ best features and get the most out of its abilities.
Trending topics are often the lifeblood of any website looking to grow and increase traffic. By covering such topics, website operators give themselves a far greater chance of reaching a wider audience.
You probably already know all of that. Instead, the question you’re probably asking is “How do you find those trending topics in the first place?” We’d even go so far as to say that’s the question which sometimes keeps you up at night.
That’s what we’re going to help you with today. While it may seem easy to just write about what everyone is talking about, the truth of the matter is that effectively identifying and covering trending topics often requires the help of these incredible tools.
WordPress blocks have changed the way we create online content. As we’ve mentioned before, WordPress blocks essentially simplify formerly complex WordPress functions. In a short amount of time, they’ve become one of the best ways to manage a variety of formatting functions.
That said, they’re also a relatively new way to use WordPress. As such, there are still many WordPress users who don’t know how many WordPress blocks are available to them. While the truth of it is that there are few limits to what you can accomplish with WordPress blocks, we thought we’d simplify things a bit by focusing on the essentials.
Here are some of the WordPress blocks that everyone should be using in 2020.
SEO rules are constantly changing. Major websites have entire departments dedicated to keeping up with them. It never gets easier to keep up with what search engines expect from you if you want to achieve high rankings. For many small websites, the SEO chase is a source of constant frustration.
Yet, there are some things that never change. There are actually SEO rules that never go out of style. They’re rare, but they’re also some of the most important. These are the rules that basically form the foundation of the SEO system. The more you follow, the better you’ll do.
These are some of the most vital evergreen SEO rules that you need to know about.
Block-based themes are quickly becoming the talk of WordPress users everywhere. Many say they are the future. Some argue that they’re the present. One thing that most people seem to agree on is that block-based themes are not going anywhere anytime soon.
Most people, though, are left asking one simple question: What are block-based WordPress themes.
For all the talk about block-based WordPress themes, few people are focusing on trying to explain them. By that, we don’t just mean telling you what one is; we mean explaining why this is something you should be keeping your eye on.
That’s what we’re here to do today. Join us as we break down what a block-based theme is, why you should care about one, and how they may help you build and grow better websites.
There are so many things to think about when you’re starting a website. Content, hours, design, themes…we don’t need to tell you how quickly it can become overwhelming. Yet, there’s one aspect of site building that we continuously find people overlook: the web host.
We understand why you may not think much about your web host. After all, aren’t they just the people you pay so you can reserve a space on the internet? While that’s all that some web hosts offer, the best ones offer so much more. They offer the security and technical foundation you need in order to build a truly successful website.
That’s why we’re here to talk about Bluehost. We know that you may just want to find a web host, send them some money, and not think about it. However, we can think of quite a few reasons why Bluehost is the service provider you need to turn to when you’re starting a website.