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WordPress plugins to use but not keep

It seems like many bloggers + business owners treat WordPress plugins like they are collectibles. However, this is one instance where “more is better” doesn’t work. That’s because plugins can add some really awesome functionality to your website. While at the same time add more work to your plate — by requiring on-going maintenance, testing […]

3 easy ways to improve your Google ranking

Secure your site with an SSL One of the best things you can do for your WordPress website is to snag an SSL for your domain. Not only does it improve your Google ranking, but it improves your site’s security. We provide SSLs to all of our hosting clients for free, because we know how […]

Add your WordPress site to Search Console

Like Google Analytics, Search Console is a free service offered by Google that you can take advantage of for your blog + business. It helps you monitor + improve your site’s ranking in Google Search results — hence the name “Search Console.” How to set up your Search Console account Like many of their products, […]

Know your numbers: bounce rate

This post is all about seeing your bounce rate on your Google Analytics dashboard. If you don’t have GA installed already, get your free account set up + running. Then after 24 hours, you’ll have some data to look at to learn what device type folks are viewing your site on. WTF is bounce rate […]

Styling WordPress blog posts with Gutenberg

We’ve heard the lessons, lectures + tips that you need great content to build an audience online. And trust me, I completely agree with that. But today I want to visit something that compliments your amazing content… styling WordPress blog posts (or pages) to make them beautiful, easy to read + great for SEO. Styling […]

Setting website goals

Whether you’re into resolutions or not, the end of a year (and a decade) is a time for reflection. It’s a great opportunity to review what your site has done for your business. As well as what is possible in the new year. And with that information, you can set website goals if you’d like. […]

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