Do you want to move your blog or site from WordPress.com to WordPress.org? Although WordPress.com might be well enough to get started with blogging, as your blog evolves you may need to switch over the self-hosted WordPress (WordPress.org) to have more control. In this guide, I will show you how to migrate from WordPress.com to WordPress.org easily.Continue reading “This is How You Can Easily Migrate from WordPress.com to WordPress.org Under 5 Mins!”
First time on paid search marketing? We’re here to help!
Like baking cake for the first time, running paid search marketing (PPC) ads with Google Adwords for the first time could be difficult for you. But if you have a proper tutorial and the recipe, it will be simpler and easy.
So, we will guide you to run your first PPC campaign on Google Ads. To start, you need to have Google Ads Account for your personal or your business. It will take you to the few steps for selecting audience locations, ads(about your business), budget, and payment method. We will skip this for the purpose of the blog.Continue reading “How to Get Started with Your First Paid Search Marketing on Google Ads”
Migrate from Medium to WordPress is not so complicated task.
Medium is a great platform to publish articles, blog posts, and art-directed stories. But, recently people are migrating away from Medium to other platforms like WordPress. In this article, we’ll show you how to migrate your blog from Medium to WordPress.Continue reading “How to Migrate from Medium to WordPress without Any Downtime”
Serving scaled images can improve website’s performance upto 500%
Serving scaled images is one of the great way to improve website’s performance, but often it is overlooked. If you are looking for the solution how to properly re-size and served scaled images with WordPress, then you are in the right place. In this article, we will go over what are scaled images, the benefits of serving scaled images, and how to serve them in WordPress.Continue reading “A Guide to Properly Resize and Serve Scaled Images with WordPress”
Learn how to change the domain name without harming SEO.
Finding an ideal domain name for your website can be tricky. After hours of researching, you may find your perfect domain name. Now, you are all set to start your WordPress website.
But what if you realize it’s not the right domain for your website? What if you feel an urgency to change the domain name of your WordPress site? You could be facing issues with your branding. Or you could just give yourself a fresh start.
Changing the domain name is always an option, but the task is a little bit complex. Moreover, changing your domain name could wash away all the hard work you had done for your website’s SEO.
You might be wondering if there’s a way to change the domain name while keeping all the SEO benefits. Yes, there is.
In this article, I will explain to you how you can change your domain name while keeping the SEO benefits.
Before proceeding further, let’s have a look at a few points to keep in consideration when you change the domain name on a WordPress website
If you have a business, most probably you will have a website too. With a website, your business can have more growth for your business. It is equally important to get your website viewed by your potential customers to gain their attention and advertise your services on the internet.
Search engines and the internet has paved a modern way of advertising which helps the businesses to promote themselves globally among the millions and billions of customers out there. Today, your customers are just a click away to pay you. However, you have to reach to them first, before others to maximize your sales, revenue, conversion rate. Therefore, it becomes essential to get the website viewed on the search engines that too on the first page itself to attract more customers. However, this is not easy; SEO is not easy. [You can read our WordPress SEO Guide where we covered the basics of SEO]
Serve WebP images in WordPress to improve pagespeed up to 300%
When you think of a website, what do you think first? How does it look? How many resources it’s using? Videos? Images? A few of our readers asked us to write a tutorial on the WebP image WordPress plugin. This article will outline the basic of WebP, why it was invented, and how can you implement webp images in WordPress.
Research says that you only give a split second to decide if you are going to read something on the web or not. Images play a big part to catch your attention. Since, the growth of the internet, we are taking billions of images and photos each day. Since May 2017 Google announced that over 1.2 billion photos are uploaded to the Google Photos every day, But images take a lot of bandwidth when you post them online, resulting in a slower than usual web experience.
You know JPEG, PNG, GIF right? There is a new kid in the block. WebP! Yes, that’s right. WebP is a next-generation image format developed by Google, the company we all love for their other products like Google Maps, YouTube, and Google Search.
Be the master of WordPress speed optimization!
If you want to provide a great user experience to your users, your site needs to load fast. Without a fast loading website, your website will not be #1 on Google. If your audience moves away from your website before it is fully loaded – you are not going to get top search engine rankings magically. Slow sites can decrease your business’s conversion rate.
That is why there are thousands of WordPress speed optimization services that exist in the industry. These WordPress speed optimization service providers can cost you a fortune. WordPress speed optimization services can cost you from a mere $25 to thousand bucks depending on the quality, hosting services providers, premium plugins and more. Professional services will always cost you, but they will ensure a great above the fold experience. In this article, we are discussing how you can optimize WordPress speed on your own for free.
Create coupons with WooCommerce with ease.
Online shopping has made it super easy for shoppers to find the best deals. As a result, people spend more time on finding deals than discovering new products. Creating coupon codes with WooCommerce and proving your customers with discounts can help your business to grow faster.
With this in mind, customers are more sensitive to prices than ever before. After all, why would you pay $400 for a product when you can get the product at least 20%-30% less from other shops?
People tend you use lots of schemes- tips and tactics to make huge amounts of sales on their websites. There are many using strategies and other different methods available on the internet. Of them all, providing coupons with discounts and voucher deals are one of the best few ways that keep your customer’s interests.
In this tutorial, we are going to show how you can create WooCommerce coupon codes using WordPress.
It’s never too late to learn WordPress!
Want to learn WordPress? Keep on reading!
Learning WordPress as an absolute beginner can be tough if you do not have a proper guideline. WordPress is very easy, easier than you might expect it to be. But if you don’t know how to start, and how to pace your workflow. One of the few reasons that worked in favor of WordPress for its popularity is how easy the whole system is.
WordPress has a staggering 32% market share of the whole web. That’s a very large number.
If you look at the CMS distribution in top million sites, WordPress comes first with a head start of 62%.