RSS stands for Really Simply Syndication or Rich Site Summary. This form of content syndication (a fancy term for posting third-party content) allows readers to see content from other websites in a “feed” that is automatically updated.
There are many ways WordPress websites can incorporate RSS feeds to boost traffic and engage site visitors. To understand what RSS can do for you, first consider this question:
WordPress video gallery plugins exist to show video links in visually stunning galleries online. Video galleries are an effective way for users to display content quickly and neatly on a page or post.
Having a helpful video gallery makes presenting online courses much easier. Managing course content requires organization, since there can be dozens of videos about specific topics.
Onboarding. It’s a term you’ve probably heard, but haven’t been completely sure what it means for you or your WordPress plugin business.
For every product, there is much more to think about than simply making something that fulfills a customer need. Customers have to understand how to use the product and enjoy using it.
These days, more and more transactions are happening online. The use of micropayments is becoming a much more prevalent form of small online payment for supporting online communities transactions and several types of online goods and services.
To avoid multiple external transactions fees and process Adding a form of virtual currency is essential for overall ecommerce success, especially in-site transactions.
We live in a time where readers are overwhelmed by the amount of content available and websites are saturated with mediocre content.
It’s not enough anymore to just create content and expect to succeed in content marketing. Anyone can string together some words, but it takes effort to to create content that engages readers and keeps them on the page.
By focusing on a few important areas, WordPress users can work toward creating the sort of content readers enjoy reading. Good content helps drive website traffic through better SEO and more social shares.
“Content is king” has become a commonplace phrase to Tweet, throw out in conversation, or tape above your desk. It’s true that content has become incredibly important for today’s businesses, something Bill Gates predicted in 1996.
Plugins are essential for WordPress websites. If WordPress core is the bread and butter of a website, plugins are the strawberry jam. They turn a generic website into something irresistible.
Plugins can perform pretty much any function desired on a website. From e-commerce solutions to photo galleries, plugins give WordPress users the ability to create custom websites. This is one reasons WordPress is the most popular content management system available.
Customer support is a major player when it comes to creating a profitable, premium plugin. Although support is generally regarded as important, it isn’t given much attention.
Discussions center around building plugins, but don’t often hit on how to provide support. Things like plugin coding and features are often emphasized, while plugin support is thought of more as a side-product of business. Of course, having an awesome plugin that is well-coded is key, but without support, customers can quickly become frustrated and move elsewhere.
The average website today has a fairly tough battle. For any website, there are a number of competitors all vying for the attention of potential readers or customers. How is it possible to distinguish oneself?
You have one chance to capture the hearts and minds of most visitors to your site. This means you have to give it your best shot. Popups, when done right, can help you do this.
You might have a favorite travel blog in mind when you decide to travel the world. Your dream travel blog might have beautiful beach pictures or detail mountain hikes. It will encourage people to get out there and create their own adventures.
Why not create a blog that is as elegant and exciting as the one in your mind? You can do this with WordPress. In this post, we’ll give you some things to think about and tips to help.
When people think of the cost of WordPress, the focus tends to be on how much it takes to get a WordPress site up and running.
What about the yearly cost to maintain your WordPress site? This is not such a big focus. The costs associated with a site don’t end once the site is built.
A theme is the visual backbone of your WordPress site. It plays a large part in determining how visitors navigate your site and with what amount of ease. A great theme will help draw visitors to your site and make them want to look around. It portrays what your site is about within seconds of entering the URL.
Adding a business directory function to your WordPress site has the potential to add visibility and increase site traffic to your site. A business directory creates a single place for visitors to find information about many businesses in a certain category.
If your website already has a high amount of traffic, you can charge businesses to submit listings, creating a new money-making opportunity. Or you can use the business directory to create a free, ultimate online resource to increase authority in your domain.
With the rise of social media, publishers can no longer afford to just broadcast information to users. We have to engage with people. We have to build conversations, deepen relationships and encourage customers and readers to talk to each other. We have to make them feel part of an exclusive club.
If you’ve ever wondered what makes a glossary good, or why sites use glossaries, this post is for you. First, we’ll talk about why sites use glossaries and what features of a glossary are important. There are many glossaries across the internet, but not all are useful for readers or easy on the eyes.
After a solid background on glossaries, we’ll go through how to create a good glossary in WordPress. WordPress is the most popular content management system. This makes it the best place to create a new glossary!
WordPress plugin pricing is a notoriously difficult issue. Plugin developers want to set a fair price for something they spent a great deal of time creating. On the other hand, customers are looking for value. How do plugin developers balance the two?
There’s a popular saying “two heads are better than one.” This saying is especially true when it comes to developing new ideas.
Idea sharing is key to learning, whether this means for a student or a business. As opposed to the traditional thought, collaboration doesn’t have to come from sitting around a table in an office. It can come from minds across the world.
You may have already heard of Help Scout. It is one of the leading customer support software-as-a-service (SAAS) products for websites with 5,000+ businesses using it.
Have you thought about starting an online business?
Starting an online store can be a great idea for existing brick and mortar shops, or those that want to work off a new concept entirely online. Having an online presences means more people can reach your store, equating to more sales for your business.
The majority of people browse the internet by searching. When we want to find something, we do a Google search. It’s quick and often gives us exactly what we’re looking for.
It’s important that your WordPress site has a similar function. A good search function can keep visitors on your site because they don’t have to browse content in frustration. Less time searching means more time actually interacting with your content.