One of the quickest ways to grow your blog and reap the results of a regular posting schedule and large library of content is to bring in additional writers to work on your project.
Whether you are building a content-based website, such as a news or magazine style site, or you are using content marketing to bring visitors to your blog in order to sell more of your products or services, getting some help with content creation has many benefits.
Working with additional writers can help you publish more content and give you back time to work on the things you do best, such working on your business rather in it. However, this approach is not without its pitfalls and extra workload. Continue reading
Adding images to your posts is an essential way to bring your content to life. If a picture is worth a thousand words, then adding a few relevant images to your posts can help win over your readers and get your message across in a more effective way than just a wall of text.
While screenshots are great for illustrating software related posts, and photographs can really enhance a travel blog, when it comes to illustrating data-focused content, the available options aren’t as obvious.
Screen grabbing charts and graphs from a spreadsheet is one option for visualizing your data, but if you are using WordPress then there are a few better options than that available to you. To find out the best way to add graphs and charts to your WordPress posts, read on for our guide to the best data visualization plugins for WordPress. Continue reading
If you need to set up an e-learning environment or learning management system (LMS) to deliver online courses then WordPress could well be the perfect platform for your project.
Whether you want to build a website that solely focuses on delivering learning content, or you want to add an online course to an existing WordPress website, the e-learning tools we will be looking at in this post will allow you to do so with relative ease.
Frist you will get an overview of the three main options for turning WordPress into an LMS. Then we will take a look at some suitable themes you can use to transform the look and feel of your website in order to better suit your learning content. Continue reading
If you want to know more about how your visitors experience your website and what they do once they’ve arrive on one of your web pages, the tools we are looking at today can help you do just that.
While Google Analytics is most website owners go to user reporting tool, if you look a little bit further afield you can find a wide selection of tools that can give you an even greater insight into what your visitor are doing on your website. These tools allow you to see where your visitors are clicking, what is the focus of their attention, and even playback entire visitor journeys on your site. Continue reading
Knock knock, trick or treat?
Who are you?
I’m a ghost. I’m a little ghost.
When kids come knocking on your door with Trick or Treat song, it’s Halloween night and time to grant them sweets. This year, come to our house and get a sweet treat from us, no trick Continue reading