A picture paints a thousand words, meaning it’s an integral part of any blog especially if you want to spare your brain from the additional torture– er, task of churning out more words for your content. However, if handled incorrectly, images can cause more harm than good for your website. Some images are simply too cumbersome in size or data, which is why image compression plugins exist.
Advertisements are the lifeline of many websites. It’s one of the best ways to monetize one’s blog that’s for sure; this makes the said monetization method a double-edged sword. As with anything bountiful, it tends to get abused, which is why we see some websites applying ads to their webpages more than generously. This has led to a pushback in the form of AdBlock and of course, AdBlock users.
Content marketing is the bread and butter of a lot of blogs these days. By definition, it’s a form of marketing that focuses on the creation of content to be distributed to a target audience online. Of course, the bigger the audience, the better the views which, in turn, increases your blog’s popularity or revenue. Luckily, it’s an easy task you can make easier with the help of content marketing plugins.
Search engine optimization and keyword selection can be a tricky horse to tame especially for blogging beginners. There are metrics on top of metrics and layers upon layers of information you need to process. However, it doesn’t need to be that hard; you can simply remind yourself that it all boils down to adherence to search engines. How well you monitor these SEO keyword metrics plays a huge role in that.
In case you missed it, WordPress’ 5.2 update last year actually came with a significant new metric for measuring your website’s stability or quality. It’s called the site health score and you can use it as a way to find out whether your website should be functioning properly. It will give each and every WordPress website a rating from 0 percent up to 100 percent.[Read more…]
404 pages or 404 errors are the greetings one will usually see upon coming to an online page that no longer exists due to being deleted. There are also other circumstances that could force them to disappear. There’s no doubt that 404 error pages can be intimidating; they are also are often sad or disappointing to encounter… the thing is, they don’t have to be.[Read more…]
The need for communication is an inherent human trait ever since we all began twisting our tongues in weird ways and coming up with odd symbols. Nowadays, basic communication often becomes an afterthought in this day and age where any information you want is just a keyword away. However, basic communication certainly hasn’t lost its efficiency and something you can still utilize on your blog with the WordPress live chat.[Read more…]
Affiliate marketing is one of the best ways for your website or blog to generate some income on the side. For some, it can even be the sole bread-and-butter of the website especially if the domain’s growth and traffic are steady. Whether that’s the case or not for yours, some affiliate marketing plugins are in order for your blog.[Read more…]
The blacklist is not the place any website owner would want their website to be. Because before anyone can enter a blacklisted website, they’ll be presented with a rather intimidating and alarming red or white screen with a warning text saying that the website is not safe. To say that this is a bad situation is an understatement, especially if your website is on the Google blacklist.[Read more…]
It has already been more than a year ever since WordPress’ Gutenberg update descended from the skies and rained blessings and chaos alike to WordPress users. It’s true that the Gutenberg update and Block Editor takes some getting used to. That is why familiarizing yourself with it with some Gutenberg tweaks can go a long way.[Read more…]