By Machielle Thomas/Content Manager – BlueHost.com – Image Not Credited.
As the owner of a WordPress website, you want to drive qualified traffic to your content. Optimizing your website to rank on search engines such as Google, Bing, and DuckDuckGo is one of the many tactics for doing so. However, simply launching a website will not rank it on search engines automatically. It takes time and work. Part of that meticulous work includes creating a solid internal linking structure for your website.
By Eric Karkovack – WebDesign.TutsPlus.com – Image Not Credited.
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Once we’ve provided the basics, it’s time to think about adding more advanced touches that bring an even higher level of convenience. The idea is to provide functionality that is both easy to use and highly useful. This is an area where WordPress really stands out. In fact, the whole basis of most WordPress plugins is to add user-friendliness in one form or another. As a web designer or site owner, you are literally just a couple of clicks away from adding features that will positively impact the user experience.
By John Hughes in Resources – ElegantThemes.com – Image Not Credited
Selling a website can be an obscure business. Finding the right person to sell it to and knowing how the process works is difficult enough. However, that’s not all there is to it. You’ll also need to figure out how much to charge for your site – and finding clear answers to all of these questions isn’t easy.
Nowadays, selling a WordPress website isn’t as complicated as it once was. There are plenty of services that can walk you through the process, but the real question is whether you should sell in the first place.