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Blogging SEO: A Step-by-Step Guide to Rank Higher in Google

If you think doing SEO for a blog is easy, think again. With Google’s algorithm constantly evolving, blogging SEO has been getting more challenging than it has ever been. But there’s a way of simplifying it to an extent where it doesn’t feel challenging anymore. You just need a

Difference Between a Blog and a Website

You might have wondered, what is the difference between a blog and a website? Isn’t a blog just a website? How does one differentiate between a website and a blog? Today we are answering these questions for you. Difference Between A Blog and A Website From a technical perspective,

5 Brilliant Ways of Keeping Your Tasks Organized in WordPress

If you begin tracking your tasks, it would become fairly easy for you to manage them. You could either automate most of the tasks or, you could end up doing them yourself. Either way, it would be more productive as you would be able to pay attention to all

How to Do SEO – Optimizing Your Site for Google

Are you wondering how to do SEO? If so, you’ll love this guide. SEO is an acronym for search engine optimization, which is merely ensuring your site shows up on the first page of Google whenever a user searches for the kind of content or product(s) you offer. If

How to Do SEO – Off Page Optimization [Updated for 2018]

You’re familiar with search engine optimization, or SEO. Off-page SEO refers to the steps you take outside your own website to rank higher in search engine results pages or SERPs. If you’ve been focusing heavily on on-page SEO, you also need to do work off-page. Search engines like Google

WordPress SEO 101: How to Use Silo Link Structure to Improve Indexability

Search Engine Optimization — one of the not-so-fun aspects that WordPress users want to avoid. They’re not to blame. After all, SEO comprises of dozens of delicate pieces that must work hand-in-hand to generate profitable results. Furthermore, SEO is one of the things that can’t be done through plugins

The Ultimate Guide to WordPress Speed Optimization

It’s no secret that website speed matters. Whether it’s your readers or search engines, both prefer fast loading websites. Apart from the most common tactics to speed up WordPress, the everyday blogger does not have a comprehensive answer to the age-old question, “How do I make my website load

Podcast 101: A Detailed Guide on How to Create a Podcast

In 2017, 24% of the population listened to podcasts. Those numbers are only projected to increase each year. As more people tune into podcasts each year, it’s only expected that more podcasts start popping up. Creating a professional podcast is an excellent way to purpose your content and increase

How to Create a Membership Site on WordPress

You might have heard that making a membership website with WordPress is a great way to monetize your website or make money. But, do you know what a membership site is? The obvious example in the real world is a club that offers a membership. It could be a

Definitive Guide to Using The Google Keyword Planner

The foundation of good SEO starts with good keyword research. If you don’t know what people are searching for, it’s hard to create and optimize content for it. Conducting keyword research is like conducting market research. You are trying to estimate demand by understanding how many people are searching

How To Make Your Website Load Faster Using W3 Total Cache Plugin?

The Importance Of A Fast Performing Website A fast performing website is important for your business. A slow website is the easiest way to lose a customer. Not only will your visitors abandon your website if it takes too long to load, but you will also lose search engine

How to Create a Review Website?

There are numerous ways of making a stable income online. Creating a Blog is probably one of them. Blogs also have a broader division – long term blogs, niche blogs, personal blogs, product review blogs and the list goes on. In the current scenario, due to the upsurge of

7 SEO Tips That You Should Throw In The Trash Right Now

SEO is like the Kim Kardashian of the online world. Why do I say that? For many reasons, actually, but mainly because either you love it or you hate it, it’s never going to be out of your life anytime soon. It’s as if everyone has an opinion about

What is SEO? – A Beginners Guide

More than a million blog posts are published every day but only the top-ranked ones reach to the desired audience through the search engine. With so much content on the web, how do you plan to make a mark and reach your target audience in such a crowded space?

The Ultimate Web Server Security Guide

In our last security guide, we covered WordPress security in depth. Today, we’re going to show you how to harden your server against attacks. Hardening your WordPress installation is a vital first step, so if you haven’t read through the first article, go and read it now. That said,

The Ultimate WordPress Security Guide – Make Your Site Hackproof

If you pay attention to the media, you’ll hear about sites getting hacked all the time. Usually, it seems to happen to large organizations, like banks, e-commerce companies, and government departments. As a humble website owner, you may think you’re safe. After all, you’re not a huge target. Why

Difference Between a Domain Name and Web Hosting- The Ultimate Guide

Many new bloggers or internet marketing newbies often get confused by the web development jargon. It helps to understand the way that web technologies work, for you to build a successful business online. Two of the most confused terms are the domain name and web hosting. These are two

Why So Many Blogs Fail (and How to Not Be One of Them)

We never launch blogs with an aim to fail. Although some create blogs as just something you can do casually, most of us create blogs so that we can make money from them. However, most blogs that launch never make it past the first year let alone the first

Is it Worth Hiring a WordPress Web Designer?

Do you remember the last website that you came across that looked stunning? Almost nothing like anything that you had ever seen online? Of course, you remember. And you remember it because the design was strikingly different. The most probable chances are, a web designer came in and created

Does Your Domain Name Really Matter?

Do you know: Google.com could have well been called Google.Stanford.Edu? Seriously! Google founders and Stanford students, Larry Page and Sergey Brin, had named their project originally like that. But the domain that got registered in 1997 was Google.com and that is how we recognize this mega-successful project today. And
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