Refreshing old articles on your website or blog is a good way to improve search engine ranking. The problem is how to promote updated posts on your site to visitors. Here are two methods you can use.
Widgets, those items in the sidebar or on the home page of WordPress websites, can be controlled and you can choose to display them on some pages, but not others. It is great for customising the views on your website.
WordPress normally makes posts publicly accessible, but sometimes you want to limit access to a select group of people, like email subscribers or members. Here is how to do it using password protected posts.
There are many reasons why you might want other people to be able to log in to your WordPress website and you need to know what type of account is best for each person. This guide reveals all.
RSS feeds are a way of following websites and being notified whenever a new post appears. WordPress supports RSS feeds and you can offer them to your readers so they can follow your site.
Creating content for your blog or business website is one of the hardest tasks for many people. What do you write about? Why not let other people write for your site? Here’s how to make guest posting easy.
Is your website or blog working? When did you last check? When your site is down your traffic and income is zero, which is a disaster. UptimeRobot is a website monitor that alerts you to problems the minute they occur.
They say you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, but visual impressions do count for a lot and creating a great logo for your blog, business or website is essential. DesignEvo is a free online tool that works brilliantly.
I challenged myself to write 365 tips for blogging, online business, website building and promotion, and SEO. One tip for every day in the year! Will I manage it? Here are tips 1 to 50.
WordPress is not self cleaning and self optimising and it accumulates junk over time. This can affect its performance, its security and possibly search engine ranking too. Here’s how to clean it up.