Category Archives: WordPress

5 Juicy WordPress SEO Tips for Beginners

The Platform WordPress is used to create great-looking websites by most designers, developers, and businesses small and large. But did you know that you can work search engine optimization (SEO) into the site design phase?  See if these 5 WordPress SEO tips help you.  I’ll bet they will!   Working SEO into WordPress design means you can start heading up the search engine rankings as soon as your site goes live. It also means you could save yourself hard cash if you ever hire a professional SEO

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SEORW’s Essential WordPress Plugins for 2017

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Plugins: more WordPress power at your elbow What on earth are ‘plug-ins’? A plug-in, or ‘plugin’, depending on how good your spelling is, is software that adds functionality of some kind to your WordPress database. Plug-ins are designed to target specific aspects of WordPress functionality, such as load speeds and the compression of large files such as pictures. Below is a list of essential WordPress plugins we consider too important to have on your site in 2017.   Plugins developed because, while WordPress has lots of tools

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Building Your Own Awesome Brick and Mortar Website Part II: What is WordPress?

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Do you know Jack? What is WordPress?? We’ve done the why in our previous article about whether your brick and mortar business really needs a website, now for the how. If you’re a neophyte and don’t know jack about how to build a website or are asking yourself “what is WordPress anyway,” this post is for you. I’m going to pretend I don’t know jack too, so let’s go through the process. We’ll get some help from the Earl of Leicester, aka John ‘Ranners’ Ranby, ace WordPress

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I’ll Huff, and I’ll Puff: Do Brick and Mortar Businesses Need a Website?

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Everyone knows the story of the three little pigs. And the big bad wolf. The pig with the brick and mortar won out. Unfortunately, since James Orchard Halliwell published the old nursery rhyme in Popular Rhymes and Nursery Tales (1849), brick and mortar no longer make for the safe, solid business environment it once was. At least, not all of it. So the question we often here is, “do brick and mortar businesses need a website?”  Read on and you decide.   E-commerce is set to grow

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