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how to manage WordPress

Three Ways To Get Google Analytics Connected To Your WordPress Site

Google Analytics is a powerful analytics service that provides reports on website traffic, page views, bounce rate, referral sources, user behavior, website conversions and goals, and more. This information is critical to the growth and improvement of your website, your ongoing marketing strategy, and the expansion of your brand. Google Analytics is by far the […]

Five Easy Ways To Quickly Brainstorm And Plan New Blog Posts

Every business owner I have ever built a WordPress website for loves the idea of a blog. They have heard that blogging is the fastest and easiest ways to increase website traffic, improve search engine rankings, build a big email list, gain expert positioning, and attract new clients—and they want to achieve all of that. […]

Understanding GTmetrix Reports for Speed Analysis

One of the go-to tools for analyzing a website’s loading speed is called GTmetrix. They are one of the most-used service providers for loading speed analysis reports, alongside Pingdom and Google Pagespeed Insights. Since I do loading speed optimization for a living, I want to take some time and explain how to understand the GTmetrix […]

Should You Turn Off WordPress Comments? Several Things To Consider

Whether you’re launching a new WordPress blog or managing an existing WordPress site, eventually you’re going to have to make a decision about comments: Are you going to enable comments or disable comments? WordPress began as a blogging platform and many WordPress blogs thrived for years with active and engaged communities who commented and fostered […]

How To Decide If A WordPress Theme Provider Is Trustworthy

When you’re getting ready to create a new WordPress website, one of the most important things to find is a trustworthy WordPress theme that fits your business needs, is flexible and reliable, and isn’t going to haunt you later if/when problems arise. You also don’t want to spend hours searching for the best free WordPress […]

How to Manage WordPress Plugins & Protect Your Site

The number one security issue with WordPress is third party plugins and themes, and the number one problem with those WordPress plugins and themes is site owners (like your clients) who don’t keep them up to date. New versions of WordPress plugins may very well include security patches, and the more versions that are skipped, […]