In this quick post I take a look at the footer text in most Wordpress installations which many users want to remove or alter, and what happens when you find the field useful, but you just want to change the copy within it? You can do that too with a couple of lines of code, but you first need to find the class or ID of the element that contains the copy, not the whole row. You can find he class by using Chrome dev tools F12 and checking the elements tab for the markup. Here, it’s the class copytext.
Many Wordpress or ClassicPress site owners get confused as to the importance of internal link building with their site content, and can’t see the significance of it, however it can be an important strategy to improve rankings for their site overall if it is done correctly. Internal linking is a smart strategy for improving your WordPress site, however, choosing between the plugins available to help you with this task can be tricky. I’ve picked out 3 of the most used plugins to perform this task, and take a look at the relevance of each to different individual requirements.
WordPress is one of the most famous blogging and web design platforms across the globe. Millions of websites are now using WordPress and popular bloggers are publishing their content in WordPress. Many Fortune 500 companies use it as their platform of choice. Due to the immense success of WordPress, hackers are also more enthusiastic about hacking WordPress websites. WordPress gives an update to cover all the vulnerabilities, but the problem is aggravated because of third-party plugins and themes. Due to this, hackers find security vulnerabilities in WordPress that helps them to disturb the whole server.
Choosing the right WordPress plugins for your website as a self builder can be difficult. The massive number of free and premium plugins, and the amount of information circulated about them, often results in people having to put in hours and hours of research to help them decide on the best plugins for their sites. I have put together this collection of top WordPress plugins, to help save you time and ensure you have the best plugins installed and running on your site. I have made sure I included a range of plugins that will add most of the essential functionality your WordPress site will need, as well as plugins that add powerful advanced features, to give your website an edge over the competition. So let’s check out which WordPress plugins are the best for self builders at the outset, although it may well be that at some point they get swapped for something else, these are a good place to start.
So where do you stand currently in your WooCommerce store enteprise? Maybe you are planning to launch your WooCommerce store, or maybe you have been running it for a couple of years now. No matter where you’re at you need to work hard on increasing your sales either way. From growing your email list to social media marketing, there are many mediums and platforms you can leverage to increase the sales for your WooCommerce store. However, you need to identify which of them are most useful and give you a better ROI (return on investment).
If you want to speed up your WordPress site, there are often a 1001 things which need to be done, and most self builders find that it can become a bit of a drama when they start to take a look at things and what was initially a straightforward build looks like an apocalyptic nightmare on steroids! So you build a shiny website, go all out and add WooCommerce, Google Tag Manager, OneSignal, Helpdesk, Yoast, Live Radio, Cookie Notice, Social Media, and a bunch of other goodies.
Googles Sitekit has been specifically created for Wordpress users, and comes with a ton of features to correlate data about the site, all available as a free plugin from the Wordpress plugin repo. So you can get started with your business decisions in WordPress by creating a Google Site Kit as one of your many tools to use online. Creating a Google Site Kit as a tool in WordPress lets you use several SEO tools like Google Analytics for doing that statistical business analysis. So here I am going to take a look at installing it and setting it up!
Social media marketing and distribution is a proven way to get more visitors to your Wordpress website. This in turn helps you generate more leads, sales, and business from your WordPress site. This is something we all want from our online presence, and whether your website is new or established, now has never been a better time to leverage the power of social media to grow your audience. Even if you think you’ve already taken care of social media optimization for your WordPress site, with new platforms popping up all the time, there is always more you can do.
As a WooCommerce store owner, you have to wear a lot of hats. You have to be the administrator, taking care of your website, managing it as the product owner, updating product details, taking care of orders, as a marketer- driving traffic to your website, increasing sales, implementing upsells, along with everything else that you have to do, and all of this can be a little overwhelming! It can get difficult to control every aspect of your business and make money while doing all the things that you have to do.
With 32% of Interneteers claiming that visual images are the most important form of content for their businesses, it’s crucial to your success you work hard to use the best stock images on your site as possible. Fortunately, you can find beautiful stock images for your WordPress website all over the internet if you know where to look. And the bonus part is, many of them are free! If you are looking to take your website to the next level and make it more visually appealing than ever, check out this roundup of the best places to source stock images and keep your site visitors engaged from the moment they arrive.