Two more videos in the can (is that the right terminology?) and these move on from the first video but still add more details for those looking to improve your blogging skills.
This is the first of a few quick blogs to increase your knowledge of blogging in WordPress and hopefully give you some insights in getting the most out of your template and it’s inbuilt functionality.
First I need to get the admission out of the way, I was wrong and I never gave this enough thought. I’m very sorry and going to put it right and this blog is step one of my restitution.
More and more people are creating their own websites and although that’s potentially less work for me I’m all for it. There is, however, a disturbing side effect of hairdressers, mechanics and other people with actual skills dabbling in the arty farty world of web design.
When you’re driving traffic to your site the number of different channels that are available to exploit grows at a pace that can be difficult to keep up with. If you are able to keep up with these changes are you able to monitor how effective they are?
Before starting an SEO campaign for a client I supply them with a kick off questionnaire which includes a question regarding the keywords for their business. Their answers then become the start point for my keyword research, but how can we all get better at understanding how others start looking for our products.
I always thought of backup as something that was a bit too expensive for what it was and for most of the sites I produced it was unnecessary until one fateful day when that opinion came back to bite me.
Over a year ago Google added HTTPS as a ranking signal to their search algorithms, which didn’t at the time change my opinion on the use of HTTPS over HTTP on my sites.