Plugin Reviews

This week’s WordPress and web marketing links. When clients get started using Google Analytics they’ll often notice they have a high bounce rate (the percentage of visitors who enter the site on a page and bounce right off the site without going to any other pages). What’s an acceptable bounce rate? And if yours is […]

This week’s WordPress and web marketing links. Are you familiar with that never-ending struggle to find enough to blog about? I have something for you… This is a great resource post from ProBlogger on how to come up with great ideas for your blog. It’s got lots of ideas based on 10 major topics, including […]

This week’s WordPress and web marketing links. Ready to improve your site’s content in 2017? It’s time to fix those common copywriting mistakes we all make when trying to sell a product or service – and fortunately for those of us strapped for time, it’s not that hard to do. If you’re on shared hosting, […]

If you’re celebrating this weekend – Merry Christmas! This week’s WordPress and web marketing links. If you’re a user of Smush Pro (a popular commercial image optimization plugin), this is for you – six tips to make the most of your image compressions in Smush. Facebook Open Graph  – what it is, why you want […]

This week’s WordPress and web marketing links. I’ve been getting a lot of questions recently from clients about SSL and HTTPS. More and more of them are choosing to make the move to a more secure website, but it can be hard for some clients to understand the ins and outs even though they get […]

Resharing Content I’m trying out Revive Old Post, a plugin that will automatically re-share your blog posts based on criteria you set. Here’s a guide for how to use Revive Old Post to re-share content that your followers may have simply missed (with 500 million tweets every day, it’s easy to see how that might […]

This week’s WordPress and web marketing links. Do you know what your customers want? If you hesitated before answering, here’s a post for you – learn 5 ways of figuring out what your customers want on your website. On-page SEO are those things that you have direct control over (like content you write and calls-to-action) […]

This week’s WordPress and web marketing links. Is your WordPress site looking a bit cluttered? WordPress makes it easy to add lots of different kinds of content – but at some point, enough is enough (besides being harder to comprehend, too much stuff can impact performance). Here’s a quick guide for decluttering your WordPress site, […]