Since you are searching for how to make a WordPress website, you are certain to know about it step by step.
Are you looking for a quick on page SEO check. There are many complicated On Page SEO analysis but today’s post from Gary really keeps it easy to understand breaking it down into 5 parts…
- Title & Descriptions
- Visual & Media
- Internal Linking
Gary runs a successful SEO agency and as a member of the six figure challenge group provides a lot of SEO advice to the group. His site also was one of the first to start making money extremely quickly.
Even with Gary breaking it down into such an easy to understand and well layed out post the one thing I like to always remember is eventually the search engines will be good enough that they will rank the best website to answer the searchers query first so be that website!
Gary…take it away… (more…)
Are you looking to improve your websites speed? I have found out the easiest and surest way to do so is to upgrade my hosting(shocker!). This post will show the exact speed increase I experienced going from HostGator to WPEngine and compare both services. Plus if you don’t want to change hosts but want a faster WordPress site I share the procedure I have developed for my team to use to speed up our sites on HostGator or similar shared host.
Several months ago I was struggling with slow load times on my main case study site hosted on HostGator and I was looking for options to improve my speed.
After people purchased some of the expired domains I was selling (if interested you can purchase relevant authority domains that meet my metrics here) they had questions regarding how to install WordPress on IXWebHosting – which is not the easiest!
For hosting a large portion of my expired domains which I use as either feeder sites or part of my private blog network I use a couple accounts at IXWebHosting for their multiple C Class IP’s for a very reasonable price. In this article there will be several links to them which are affiliate links. (more…)
Here is the story of how, with no coding knowledge, I outsourced the creation of a WordPress Plugin in under 2 weeks for $150.
If you are waiting for my monthly income report – it should be out by the end of the weekend – I apologize for the delay!
I have been wanting to develop a WordPress plugin for over a year and have had several ideas. Finally I decided to give it a go and create a plugin which would help me make more money through my affiliate sales.
Both the success of the plugin creation and the effectiveness of the plugin is outstanding – the marketing of the plugin could do with some work!