Posts Tagged ‘wordpress’

How to Outsource Technical Work – The Right Way

This week I’m talking about a topic that you’ll need to tackle one day soon enough as your business grows: how to outsource technical work. When it comes to outsourcing technical stuff, there’s a right way and a wrong way to go. In today’s video I’ll talk about the three reasons why you need to…

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Sticky Website – How to Keep People on Your Website Longer

Want a sticky website? Photo credit In this quick video I’m showing you how to leverage your existing content to provide even more value to your web site visitors. This will also help you keep people on your site longer, lower your bounce rate, and improve your WordPress SEO. In two words, it will turn…

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WordPress Front Page Tutorial for a Static Welcome Page

Photo credit When you set up your blog on WordPress you probably went with the default, but did you know you can change the WordPress front page to be a static welcome page? It’s really easy, and depending on your approach to building an online presence, it’s a great way to position yourself and your…

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How To Google Analytics: Set Up Goals for Conversion Tracking

Yay, it’s time for another quick video how to: Google Analytics goal tracking and set up. This is perfect for you if you’re ready to start tracking how many people sign up for your newsletter and from what pages on your site. This quick Google Analytics tutorial assumes you’re rocking out a WordPress site, and…

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How to Stop Hackers from Getting into Your WordPress Site

Hackers. They’re real, and they’re not always as hot as Angelina Jolie was in the Hackers movie. Coincidentally, I happen to have an autographed copy of the movie Hackers. I met Angelina Jolie back in 2003 when she was filming a movie in my hood. You can see my teen-self with Angelina in the photo…

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WordPress SEO: How to Add SEO to Any WordPress Site

They say “seek and ye shall find”… But that’s only true for your potential clients when your site is set up to be findable. That’s where WordPress SEO come in. If you’re not optimizing your wordpress site for search engines, your competitors will be the ones that show up first and thus get the business.…

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