Are you looking for ways to improve your Google rankings? Want to know how to optimize your website to appear higher in search engines? The team from Red Website Design share ten essential on-page SEO factors you should concentrate on in this infographic. Here’s a quick summary of what’s covered: E-A-T Title Tag Meta Description Headlines… Read more
Are you making these three common mistakes with your LinkedIn content? You “hijack” your own post You post on LinkedIn only to promote your self-interest You don’t have a LinkedIn content strategy I’m seeing so many of these kinds of posts in my feeds, so I thought I should share with you why these are… Read more
While it may not be a big factor in your social media planning, Pinterest is definitely on the rise. The platform now has 291 million monthly active users – for comparison, Twitter has 330 million MAU. That’s still quite a few million away, obviously, but it’s likely not as far as most would expect. Indeed, Pinterest… Read more
By John Foley, Jr., Chief Executive/Marketing Officer at Grow Socially Much like any other marketing campaign, Twitter shares one critical ideology—maximum exposure. When you tweet, are as many people seeing it as possible? If we put in the effort to carefully craft influential and noticeable tweets, we certainly would want to make sure they are… Read more
By Jeff Schick, Vice President, Social Software at IBM Investments in IT have long been the domain of the CIO, but all of that is changing as CMOs increasingly impact IT investments in today’s social and digital world. Given the business realignment between marketing and technology, the CMO and CIO can no longer afford to operate… Read more
By Eric Fletcher, Chief Marketing Officer at McGlinchey Stafford All listening is not created equal. Consider how a physician uses the stethoscope in order to measure the activity of the human heart, or how a mother calibrates her ear to detect the faintest whimper of a newborn, or how a conductor trains the ear to pinpoint… Read more
If you display coupons from other stores on your WordPress site (or plan to in the future), you’ll want to give our Affiliate Coupons review a read. Affiliate Coupons comes in both a limited free version at WordPress.org, as well as a premium version with more functionality. It helps you create unlimited coupons and associate… Read more
Mobile traffic accounts for around half of all the website traffic on the Internet (maybe more for your niche), which is why pretty much every WordPress theme advertises itself as responsive nowadays. Now, I’ll install WP Mobile Menu, use it to create a custom menu experience, and show you how everything works. WP Mobile Menu… Read more
Would you rather manage your restaurant’s website or be in the kitchen? Some days, it’s probably a tough call, but it’s doubtful you spent time developing a menu and customer base to devote your time to juggling a menu, booking, and review website. Luckily, your WordPress website provides you with access to all of the… Read more
This month saw the 16th anniversary since the launch of the first release of WordPress. A significant milestone to be sure and one that speaks to the strength and stability of the project as a whole. In this anniversary month, we saw a new major release of WordPress, some exciting new development work, and a… Read more
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