Reduce bounce rate with good design

There are many ways to get your site to perform better with your audience. One of the ways that you can reduce bounce rate — aka keep your audience engaged — is with good design on your site. But if you’re not using Google Analytics yet, start with one of these three options + add […]

Search Console tips for WordPress

Once your WordPress site is connected to Search Console (a free service provided by Google), you can start making improvements to your website for better performance. Here are a couple of my favorite Search Console tips. User Queries If you use Google Analytics, you know that the search query details can be a little frustrating. […]

Improve your links for SEO

My biggest advice for improving your site’s SEO is always to do what’s good for your site visitors. Basics like making things easy to read with headings, giving your images alt tags for anyone using a screen reader + keeping your site secure with an SSL are great places to start. If you’re ready for […]

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 […]

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