Automotive WordPress themes are built to quickly generate a website that not only looks great but brings in more customers through quality SEO, brilliant design, and booking modules to connect with customers.
Over the years, I’ve been asked hundreds of times to recommend a preferred hosting provider for WordPress websites. In the past, I based my recommendations on a variety of factors, including price, ease of setup, load-times, and feedback I received from others in the industry.
Often, I would point budget-conscious customers toward one of the big shared hosting providers. For more established companies, I’d opt for Media Temple’s DV offerings where nimbusthemes.com had been hosted for years.
Unfortunately, during this last year I began running into some issues with my DV accounts at Media Temple. Some of these may have been caused by our code (and I’d be the first to admit that!), but others were quite obviously the failings of the MT platform.
Either way, I found myself endlessly calling or instant messaging with a support community that treated my issues as though they were a great inconvenience. It was one of the worst support experiences I can remember, and this from a company we had touted to our customer base and social community for many years. This was a disheartening and frustrating turn of events, I can assure you.
So, with the start of the new year, I took a plunge into managed WordPress hosting world and moved all our theme foundry websites over to Kinsta.
It was the best business decision I have ever made.
Setting up an online forum on your WordPress website is a great way to build an online community and generate user engagement. They allow users to share ideas, discuss topics, and receive valuable input from other forum members.
WordPress, being a comprehensive content management system, offers a number of high-quality forum plugins to help you set up and get started with running an online forum. And in this post, we’ve rounded up some of the best WordPress forum plugins to help you build a strong online community and highlighted the standout features each one offers.
Let’s put everything into context before we begin.
There are a number of reasons why you may want to prevent search engines from indexing your website. You could want to stay away from web crawlers temporarily (if you’re working on developing your site in a live environment) or permanently (if your WordPress website is actually a private blog).
Thankfully, there are a number of ways you can prevent search engines from indexing your site from adding code snippets to the robots.txt file to using plugins and configuring your Google Search Console settings.
The definition of urban has come to take on many connotations over the years. From its basic definition: of, relating to, or designating a city or town; living in a city, or characteristic of or accustomed to cities (aka citified), to its more secondary meaning: dominated by a racial minority, usually African American, there is a lot of confusion out there as to what exactly it means to be urban.
Adding video to your blog or website is nothing new. In fact, people have been adding videos to their websites for some time now – long before YouTube became a hit, social media took the world by storm, and online streaming became a way of life for the majority of people around the world.
However, as video equipment has become more accessible and affordable, people have become more comfortable in front of the camera, and site visitors have immersed themselves in consuming video every single day, there is no denying that adding video to your website is more popular than ever.
Especially for those looking to market their brand in a different way, attract a new type of audience, and step ahead of the competition.
The competition amongst online businesses has only increased over the years. There are more people than ever going into business, all vying for the same customer base. This has forced website owners to up their marketing efforts in order to stand out. It has also pressured website owners to be more readily available for customer questions, concerns, and complaints if they want to retain their customers’ business.
As a website owner, it is important you provide site visitors multiple ways to get in touch with you. In addition, it is crucial you make getting in touch with you as easy as possible for any site visitor, no matter their issue, location on your website, or device they are contacting you from.
One of the biggest problems with online businesses is that they aren’t very personal. Prospective customers often have a ton of questions that they’d (ideally) like answered in real-time. For this reason, it’s important to deliver value and provide a memorable user experience every single time.
Rather than expecting your visitors to interact with you through contact forms and by submitting query tickets, you could consider offering online chat support. It gives you the means to provide timely answers to interested prospects and potentially convert them to loyal customers.
The WordPress login page is the gateway to your WordPress site. It’s where you gain access to your site, where your site’s users will gain entry (if you make your site public), and where some hackers will attempt to brute force their way into your site.
All that to say – for such a simple page, there’s a lot going on!
In this post, I’m going to dig into everything about the hard-working WordPress login page.
Content consumption has always been challenging. And with a staggering 2 million blog posts written every day, it’s even more so. Staying up to date with your favorite blogs and news sources can be difficult – especially if you’re doing it manually.
Really Simple Syndication (RSS) technology makes it easier to keep track of the latest content by notifying you whenever your favorite sites publish a new post. Instead of visiting every website repeatedly, you can simply open up your RSS reader and have the feed delivered to you. And offering this functionality on your WordPress website can get you a great deal of loyal readers.
Photography has always been a crucial element to a well-designed website. However, with so many tacky stock images out there, it can be tough to find imagery that enhances your website.
Fortunately, there are plenty of websites out there offering website owners free (and beautiful looking) stock images. Forget the days of adding a cheesy looking clip art image, or a commonly used stock image on your website. In fact, some of the free images I am going to share with you are so stunning, you may find it hard to believe they are free.
There’s a reason WordPress is the most popular content management system. Its powerful feature set and flexibility separates it from other blogging platforms. And one such feature is the ability to create, manage, and display custom post types.
Custom post types are special posts in WordPress that let you define a new structure for different types of content. They make it easier for you to upload content and let you fine tune how it appears on your site’s front-end.
After many late nights and early mornings, fuelled by buckets of caffeine, you’re finally finished your first product.
But, you’ve got questions. Chiefly, how do you make your product into a success that validates all the time and effort you’ve put into creating it?
With a product launch.
The title of this article suggests its contents, which means that you will find personal blog WordPress themes and nothing more down below. Who might be interested in this type of showcase? A lot of people: artists, writers, photographers, designers, and simply creative individuals.
Having a website/blog is just a requirement nowadays. Nobody will take you seriously without an Internet presence. It doesn’t matter how popular you are; online promotion should be a significant part of your marketing strategy. Look around. Who is the person you are taking after in your industry? Who is the trendsetter that inspires you? We bet they have personal blogs where their fans can read the latest news about them, view their latest works, and get to know about the upcoming events in their life and career.
You’ve heard the message – Pinterest is great for blog traffic. You’ve got an account for your blog and you’re curating content and making pins for all your own posts.
You’ve even invested in a Pinterest scheduler like Tailwind or Board Booster and it’s pinning on your behalf day and night.
But you check your Google Analytics and… crickets.
Why aren’t you getting the results everyone raves about?
Is it you? Maybe you’re not cut out for this Pinterest thing?
It’s not you – it’s your pins.
Why do some prospects stay and others leave? How can you measure your site’s effectiveness and the user engagement it generates? The answer to all these questions can be summed up in two words: A/B testing.
In this post, we’ll cover everything you need to know about A/B testing WordPress pages. We’ll also show you how you can take a practical, scientific approach to A/B testing in WordPress. And finally, we’ll wrap up with a section on some of the best plugins and tools you can use to A/B test your website.
Let’s get started!
You’re probably already using Google Analytics to track all kinds of traffic-related metrics like page views, bounce rates, and average session duration. What if you could kick things up a notch and track how your visitors interact with on-page elements like buttons, forms, and embedded videos?
What’s the first thing your new subscribers see from you? Is it a rousing red-carpet welcome to your tribe or is it the lukewarm equivalent of a cold fish handshake?
The benefit of a welcome email and a welcome email series is clear.
In this post, I’m going to dig into one of the most perplexing questions WordPress beginners grapple with: WordPress.com vs WordPress.org. If you’re struggling with what the difference between these two is, there’s one thing for sure:
You’re not alone.
PowerPoint presentations offer a great way to communicate structured information to your viewership. And if you’re thinking about sharing them on your site to recap presentations that you’ve delivered, propose new product ideas to clients, offer how-to guides, or communicate your product’s features, then you’re going to need to find a way to embed them in your website.