Need to optimise to improve your WordPress performance? We find that starting with images will usually give you a speed boost. In this article we take a look at the problem and how to get started.
We’re looking forward to the new media widgets in the new WordPress 4.8. Great for end users to better control video, images and text in widget areas. Check this blog post for more information and some screenshots.
Our favourite Google Analytics plugin, now it’s called Monster Insights has seen lots of new features lately. We love the ability to show WordPress users Google Analytics data right inside the dashboard.
If you’re following the transition of websites from HTTP to the secure HTTPs this is a follow up to a blog post from last year. Current data shows that 50% of sites on page 1 of Google are now running under HTTPs. Get an update on HTTPs and its impact on your search optimisation.
In this article, I’m going to show you show to add Document Titles (also known as HTML titles) and Meta Descriptions to your WordPress site. In this example, I’m going to be demonstrating this with the Yoast SEO plugin. It’s our go to plugin for managing search optimisation on WordPress sites. If you’re using another tool […]
Need to setup a simple SEO keyword strategy for your WordPress site? In this short tutorial we show you how to do just that. Grab a coffee and have a read!
This is part of our WordPress SEO Boot Camp. Aimed at business owners, marketing professionals and other responsible for website content, we explain SEO. We break down SEO into the major techniques used to enhance a web site’s performance and ranking in major search engines.
Learn how to schedule content in your WordPress site. Simple to do and a cornerstone to publishing regularly to execute your content marketing plan.
Learn how to embed content from social networks like Twitter and Instagram into your WordPress powered website. It’s easy and a great way to share relevant social conversations alongside your content.
Want to get the most from the investment in your WordPress website? You should be blogging. Here’s 4 reasons why we think you should get started today.
Writing on a blog without any kind of feedback from your visitors is hard work. In this post we encourage you to keep at it with some ideas on how to promote your readers to comment or share your work.
Need a way to manage your content marketing efforts? Have a look at Trello, a tool that will help you collaborate and schedule your WordPress content.