Beginner’s Guide To WordPress SEO: Keyword Research (And What To Do With Keywords)

Beginner’s Guide To WordPress SEO: Keyword Research (And What To Do With Keywords)

We have already established that it all starts and ends with keyword research, right? But how do you do it? And what do you do with the keywords you find? That's what we'll find out in this chapter of the guide. For some people, keyword research amounts to writing their niche into Google keyword planner, and looking through the related…

WordPress Comments Tweaks to Streamline Your Site

WordPress Comments Tweaks to Streamline Your Site

Most bloggers and website owners would agree that comments are important for developing an online community, as well as for generating interest and additional site traffic. But like many other things in life, there is also a downside to having comments enabled. As much as you'd like user-generated content to your site, there may be instances where comments are more…

Create Reusable Content Blocks For Your WordPress Site

Create Reusable Content Blocks For Your WordPress Site

If you ever find yourself adding the same text or code to your WordPress posts on a regular basis, and you want a way to make that process more efficient, then today’s article is just for you. Depending on your site, you might have stock content that you often add to your posts and pages. This could include pieces of…

15 of the Best Custom Login Page Plugins for WordPress

15 of the Best Custom Login Page Plugins for WordPress

A custom login page in WordPress is one of the most effective ways to building your brand. If you want your business to success, you’re going to have to work on a brand value. If you’re looking for a good read, check out Forbes’ article on the importance of building a brand. Now let’s consider some examples in the WordPress industry.…

How to Decrease WordPress Page Load Time

How to Decrease WordPress Page Load Time

Before putting together this post, I had to re-check the page load time of my blog. Well, I love me some speed and if my pages aren't performing optimally, I will most probably go to bed a worried man. And I'm a worried man because I just scored 73/100 at Pingdom. Looks like I have some work to do but…

8 Plugins That Make Troubleshooting WordPress a Breeze

8 Plugins That Make Troubleshooting WordPress a Breeze

As great as WordPress is, there are always certain problems and glitches that website owners will likely have to deal with at some point. And you can either deal with these issues the hard way – manually – or the easy way – via a plugin. There are a host of WordPress plugins that take the "trouble" out of "troubleshooting"…