Every business can benefit immensely from sharing content online. The reasons are many: increased brand awareness, lead generation, SEO improvement, engagement, and a boost in sales, to mention a few. Consumers that receive relevant and high-quality content will see the business not only as a company but as a trustworthy partner. But how to reach the audience?
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We’re excited to announce that 2 new plugins have been released this week, joining over 30 other plugins developed by CreativeMinds, which are all part of our all-inclusive WordPress Toolkit.
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!
As the world’s most popular open source content management system, WordPress, who’s recently celebrated their 12th anniversary, is now known to be highly oriented towards community knowledge sharing and mutual help.
Ultimately, this is what enabled some of the fascinating changes that turned WordPress into so much more than a simple blogging platform.
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.
As the fastest growing content management system in the world, WordPress in 2015 is becoming the ultimate solution for a wide spectrum of web based projects.
A lot of times before you finish developing your Magento store, it just so happens that you are already running a WordPress blog. This means that you actually have an online presence already established when you launch your new store. Having both a store and the blog is successful Magento and WordPress Integration.
Also, after your store is live and selling, you will still want to maintain your WordPress blog. This usually takes you to the point of decision: should I just leave it where it is, or should I integrate it as a blog inside my Magento store? This is not an easy answer, as the right answer as always, is that it depends.
A couple of months ago I was running a promotional campaign for one of my clients that has a Magento® CE based online store. They started a promotion to get customers back to their store, giving a 15% off coupon to loyal customers who hadn’t shopped for a while in their store.
They asked me to set up a Magento promotional coupon code that can only be used by registered users who belong to the specific customer group (loyal customers), and be able to limit its use to one time only.
Since we started to provide email marketing solutions for our eCommerce clients, a lot of them began to understand the importance of monitoring their newsletter subscribers from within their online Magento based store. This is how the idea of the Magento Newsletter Registration extension first came about.
We first recommended to our clients to use promotions, discount coupons and other encouragements to get people to subscribe to their newsletter. This is an easy and effective way to get them in touch with their target audience.