Search engine optimization, or SEO, is one of the most important aspects of a WordPress website. It is the process of getting the maximum amount of traffic to a website by making sure it appears in the top results of a search engine.
This can be a tricky concept to achieve since there are over one billion websites, but it is possible to become an SEO master.
The quest for ranking high your WordPress page in Google, Bing and other search engines is hard. It takes facing SEO challenges with the right tools, plugins and extensions. Amidst this battle, though, small bloggers and giant companies alike can rely on the same ally: content. And a sure tool to deliver it is the Glossary powered by Tooltips.
Website speed is important. It not only matters for user experience, it matters for SEO. A slow website is a signal to Google that your site is not good. This can result in lower search rankings.
As part of our Performance and Speed Optimization Analysis Service, customers contact us with their website speed issues and ask for our help.
Recently, we received a message from someone who wanted to optimize their page load time from 5 seconds to 3 seconds or less. The website in question has about 2,500 sessions and 6,000 page views per day.
In recent years we have seen a large number of quality WordPress plugins that help index, edit, optimize, promote, schedule and distribute posts across the web, all aiming to give bloggers and webmaster better control over their online interactions and search presence.
While many of the content marketing tools for WordPress are paid extensions, a few good ones are still available for free. In this article we will go over some of our favorite free SEO & content marketing tools that will make your WordPress site a million times better!
If the internet is a global village, WordPress is undoubtedly the town square: a bustling place where people of various backgrounds and cultures meet to share knowledge and experience from all ends of life.
Unfortunately, the human kind has not yet managed to develop a language where everyone can understand each other.
Everyone knows that Magento is the eCommerce Giant, while WordPress is it’s blogging, SEO, and CMS counterpart. So you, a smart and entrepreneurial store manager, have a carefully-crafted and functional Magento store for your eCommerce business.
On the other hand, you’ve built a beautiful WordPress website or blog that discusses, showcases, or reviews some of your Magento eCommerce products. Or, maybe you have a website that is built using a combination of both Magento and WordPress features.
If you are currently operating a website, and looking to integrate some e-commerce functionality into it to grow your business, you may be feeling a little overwhelmed with the variety of options that are available to choose from.
In this article, we are going to highlight some of the benefits and downsides of the two most popular solutions – Magento and WordPress- to help you make the right decision for your business.
As the world of blogging continues to evolve and expand, e-learning is becoming a growing trend, marking a symbol of global freedom of expression and empowerment of the individual.
Site Speed is one of the very basic foundations for providing a good user experience. It is also a major factor in determining your ranking on search engines.
Unfortunately, when it comes to WordPress loading time, there seems to be a lot of ignorance within the blogger’s community, with many blogs loaded much slower than they could be.
Enhancing your WordPress SEO is a tricky task, which can be addressed in many different ways. Although the CM Tooltip plugin is not primarily defined as a WordPress SEO plugin, it’s pro, pro+ and eCommerce editions can most certainly be used as traffic and SEO boosters, particularly on the link building front.
Here is a quick look at how the Tooltip’s logs and statistics addon for Log and Statistics data shows how useful the Tooltip Glossary plugin is in improving your WordPress internal links structure. Here is the pro version of the Tooltip Glossary plugin running on the http://jumpstartcto.com WordPress website.