Site Health a welcome addition to WordPress 5.2

Site Health a welcome addition to WordPress 5.2

Automattic released version 5.2 of their immensely popular WordPress Content Management System on 07 May. Included in this update is a new feature called Site Health. This feature helps you identify and fix configuration items such as security and performance issues....

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Use GeoIP to display dynamic website content

Use GeoIP to display dynamic website content

So, you have your website set up and fully optimized. You are directing traffic to it through marketing. Still, your website is not converting visitors. The problem may be that your website is too general (i.e. does not target specific visitors). What if there was a...

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Track Conversions with Google Analytics

Track Conversions with Google Analytics

Most everyone knows that adding Google Analytics to a website helps supply invaluable data on website visitors. This data includes information on real time visitors (how many are currently visiting your website, where they are from, how they got to your website, and...

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More business in three steps

More business in three steps

Everyone wants more business. It is what helps businesses grow. Build a website they said, and they will come. Have a website and your business will be open to the world 24/7 they said. But the sad reality is that simply having a website is not enough. Everyone has a...

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WordPress speed testing results surprising

WordPress speed testing results surprising

Everyone knows that time is money. For example, restaurants with slow service don’t receive good reviews. Similarly, a slow website frustrates visitors (Neil Patel argues that 40% of website visitors will leave a website that takes more than 3 seconds to load). Other...

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Best WordPress permalink recommendations

Best WordPress permalink recommendations

The Uniform Resource Locator (URL) of your website gives hints on the structure of your WordPress website. Good structure leads visitors to an understanding the layout of your website. They can accurately deduce where to find different content. Having a poor website...

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WordPress technical support goes wrong

WordPress technical support goes wrong

I knew it was bound to happen. Despite all the security precautions implemented on client websites, I knew that sooner or later, one of them would fall victim to malware. Recently, Wordfence software kicked in letting me know that one of our client’s websites was...

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Put WordPress on Autopilot

Put WordPress on Autopilot

Some of my clients reach out looking to update their WordPress website. Typically, they had a friend or family member create the initial website and then the website was left alone for several years. As time passed, the website software (core, theme, plugins, and...

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Don’t neglect your website footer

Don’t neglect your website footer

Every website has them, but most footers don’t get the same attention as the rest of page content. When designing a website, most owners concentrate on the information provided ‘above the fold’. This is the information website visitors see first. Web page content...

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