In WordPress there’s an easy tool that make planning easier, and helps you use your time more efficiently.
As you grow your WordPress website, you’ll spend time driving traffic to your site. This is part of your SEO (search engine optimization), and you’ll do a lot of in on social media. Because you’re sending traffic to your WordPress site, these links are known as inbound links. There’s a right way and a wrong
So far in our WordPress Dashboard video series, we’ve looked at the WordPress Toolbar Dashboard Home Menu Posts Menu Media Menu In this video, we take an in-depth look at the Pages Menu. Pages are important to your site — that’s where you put your important, evergreen information. Usually pages are not time sensitive, and
When choosing a WordPress theme, you always want to know what’s included in the package. Just like anything else… If you’re purchasing electronics, are all the cords, chargers and accessories included? Or do you have to buy some extras to get all the functionality? After all, nobody wants to have to run out to buy batteries
Sooner or later you’ll want to feature a video on your WordPress site. Fortunately, adding video is almost as simple as adding a link. Oh, sure, you can add fancy plugins to display videos, and some themes have their own add-ons. Out of the box, WordPress lets you do it easily without any fancy hoops
You know what WordPress headings are — they’re those blocks of type that get A Lot Bigger . . . or quite a bit smaller. . . Sure, you should use them to make the important things on your page stand out. But did you also know that Google and other search engines pay attention
Adding a Blog page to your site is pretty straightforward, although there’s some variation from one theme to another. There are three areas you need to cover:
Tutorial #14 WordPress has made it incredibly easy to add audio (and video) to your website — especially when just a few short years ago you pretty much had to jump through hoops to offer sound and moving pictures to your site visitors. Note: This tutorial is for you if you’re still using the Classic
Recently a reader emailed to ask me, “how hard is it to change from three columns to two columns?” The answer is, it’s simple — depending on your theme. Some themes offer only two columns, some offer three, some offer both. Some themes will offer options on the home page that aren’t available on the
WordPress Tutorial #13 Periodically WordPress releases an update. (So do your themes and plugins.) You’ll find out about it when you log into your WordPress dashboard. At the top of your screen you’ll see the message, WordPress [latest version] is available now. Let’s walk through the process of how to update WordPress. Do you update?