We are so excited to say that today marks the launch of our brand new SEO Keyword Hound plugin! This unique WordPress SEO plugin is the result of over a year of hard work by our research and development team, and is the latest in our stellar 100+ WP plugin lineup.
A cutting edge SEO tool, the Hound helps you rank higher on Google and Bing SERPs by highlighting juicy keyword opportunities you’ve been missing, simply by comparing your keyword use with your competitors’.
User submitted posts are excellent plugins to have on your WordPress website because they allow users to login and submit their own content, like posts or images. They tend to have extensive notification and customization options for an more interactive and user friendly plugin experience.
There are dozens of social networks available for various groups of people to find like minded individuals that share a common passion. There are also many fitness oriented apps, so users can post their exercise activities to social networks like PeepSo and BuddyPress.
Everybody has heard about GDPR by now. This post is about how it relates to our WordPress plugins and add-ons and it’s intended to help our customers understand which tools they have related to GDPR compliance.
We’ll present a brief summary and a refresher before the main content.
WordPress content subscription websites are a great way to create a steady stream of revenue for the premium content you produce.
After all, as long as the material is valuable and there is an audience to share it with, then anyone should be able to monetize their website with subscriptions that give its members access to exclusive content.
Having a question and answer forum plugin on your WordPress site is an excellent way to spread information easily without overwhelming support with the same questions. These plugins easily allow questions to be asked, answered and voted for.
Posting content is one of the most important parts of your WordPress website, so it’s important that your content is displayed in the visually appealing way. WordPress pagination plugins are an excellent way to showcase content easily on your site.
Having a table of contents on your WordPress site is a simple and effective way to keep your content organized and let users find it easily. Table of contents plugins are simple to set up and makes your website navigation much more user friendly.
The table of contents plugins in this blog are top quality plugins with excellent features, fair prices, and helpful walk-throughs.
WordPress is a loaded CMS, and the ability to set and manage WordPress users is one its most popular features.
Still, the ways to manage WordPress users, and the information required to ensure your website security isn’t compromised, aren’t always apparent.
With that in mind, to help you get the most out of your WordPress user registration options we’re covering some of the awesome ways you can apply this handy user feature.
Pay per post plugins are very popular options for content control on WordPress websites. Having a paywall solution of your WordPress website is also a wonderful way to increase your monetization, by making people pay to view content.
Welcome back from Keyword Hound! We’ve already covered Keyword management and competitor analysis in our first two parts.
Today, we are going to cover how Keyword Hound responds to page metrics and indicators, such as impressions, clicks, and bounce rate.
Here at CreativeMinds we’re accustomed to getting a lot of questions about how to find WordPress themes, and understandably so.
Just think about it.
There are thousands of themes to choose from, and that’s before you even begin looking outside of the WordPress marketplace. Not to mention, the theme you choose plays a vital part in how your website looks and operates.
Onboarding is a great way to provide users with helpful walkthroughs of your WordPress site. An onboarding plugin is an interactive tutorial that displays complex information easily about your website. They are reasonably priced and provide step-by-step instructions for all types of products and services.
The header and footer of a webpage can be overlooked easily, but they are key parts of a websites success. The header includes the first impressions visitors have of your website and content. The footer usually contains helpful information like contact information or maps.
A big massive tail wagging welcome back from the Keyword Hound!
In part 1, we covered how to add and manage Keywords into Keyword Hound, today, in part 2, it’s time to see what we can use that data for!
To a new user, WordPress SEO (Search-Engine Optimization) can seem like a nebulous thing.
They’ll see SEO mentioned in a variety of different places around the internet, and in completely different ways. With terms like On-Page SEO and Off-page SEO, White Hat SEO and Black Hat SEO, Organic SEO and Non-Organic SEO, it isn’t very clear where to even start.
Having a product directory plugin on your WordPress site is essential for business success. A product directory plugin lets users build an organized collection of product pages so they can be accessed easily. Each product can have its own product page with information and images to help buyers make selections quicker.
A tooltip glossary is an excellent plugin choice for anyone who wants to add an interactive glossary to their WordPress site. The tooltip glossary plugin has the ability to display the glossary term on any page or post on hover or mouseover.
Social media websites, like Twitter, are a major part of everyday life and can be an essential part of any WordPress website. Having the ability to add and create information using Twitter aggregator plugins is just another way for your business to be successful in the digital age.
The influence of Keywords on how search engines rank websites is one of the key factors (hence the name!) in how highly they place for that search.
So understanding and using Keywords correctly is a fundamental part of Search Engine Optimization (SEO)