A Beginner’s Guide to WordPress SEO is a comprehensive resource that outlines the best practices to help familiarize you with WordPress SEO, improve your website’s ranking, gain mass adoption of subscribers, and create a slicker, smoother operating website (the type of website search engines love).
In this article, we cover everything you need to know when gearing up for your transition to HTTPS. Not having an SSL certificate will have a big impact on those sites that transmit passwords or credit card information. Well, guess what? All WordPress websites have an administrative login page that requires a password, therefore by default they fall into this category.
The latest WordPress 4.7 update, denoted as Vaughan in honor of American jazz vocalist Sarah “Sassy” Vaughan, was released earlier this month. In this videos, we cover some of the new features available, including starter content, visible edit shortcuts, and video headers.
In this article, we are going to explain what search engines are, how they operate, and most importantly, how they determine which listings are most relevant to the search requests. Understanding these components is a critical part of WordPress SEO and can help you on your endeavors when optimizing your site for search engines.
Image optimization is a critical component of WordPress SEO. A well-ranked site requires both the optimization of images to promote its ranking as well as optimization of images and image sizes to improve page speed and faster load times. In this guide, we’ll discuss how to optimize images for WordPress SEO.
By default, WordPress automatically categorizes a new post under the category labeled “uncategorized.” In this article, we’ll provide you with two options to solve this issue: 1) how to create a new default category and 2) rename the “uncategorized” category.
Have a featured article that you want to display at the top of your page? Be default, WordPress displays your posts in reverse chronological order with the most recent post being displayed at the top. By using the built-in Sticky Post feature, you can stick your post to the front of your post page so that it always appears first.
In this article, we start by covering some basic housekeeping items to ensure that your user profiles are up to date. We’ll also discuss why adding a customized author bio box to your posts is so important as well as introduce you to three simple, easy-to-install, and customizable author bio box plugins that take care of the grunt work for you.
Did you know that you can easily control when your posts are published using the built-in post scheduler feature built into the WordPress post editor? Well you can! This also means that you can keep your audience engaged by scheduling posts in advance for more consistent publications going forward. In the article, we’ll enlighten you by explaining this simple and effective feature.
Let’s face it, every great website has a great Contact Form. Contact Forms have many advantages beyond providing your viewers with a convenient way of contacting you directly from your site. Double down and install a Contact Form plugin and unleash a new world of features that improve how you interact with and respond to customer inquiries. Herein you’ll find our expert suggestions.