I use these three WordPress plugins in every one of my clients websites. Yoast SEO is for exactly what it says it is for. Wordfence and BackupBuddy are for security.
Many WordPress theme providers have their own contact forms, but these forms are limited in capability. Not only that, you are limited to the amount of form fields the theme provides. As great as the Divi WordPress theme is, their form is very basic. It only has three fields: name, email, and message. The same holds true for Canvas, another great WordPress theme. If I wanted to add a “how did you find us” drop down field… continue reading »
I used my iPhone 6 and a tripod to take two photos of myself and applied a layer mask to the top photo layer in Photoshop to achieve this effect. I made a video tutorial on this.
This post is for people that know how to add pages and posts. If you don’t know how to add a page or a post, read my starter WordPress tutorial that I wrote a few years ago and come back here. Let’s imagine that you bought a cookbook and the recipes are in random order. You would have trouble finding the recipe for the chicken dinner that you’ve been craving. If you have published a… continue reading »
This list was updated on September 8, 2016. A few weeks ago, I listed 25 local directories along with links to their signup pages. I provide digital marketing services to small businesses in Atlanta, and local SEO is one of those services. Setting up business listings with consistent information is extremely important for local search engine rankings. I promised that I would give you more local directories to add your business to and here they… continue reading »
In my last blog post, I presented a list of 25 local directory websites where you can set up a business profile. Many of these websites that I listed allow for clients to leave reviews. I’ll be coming up with more local directory websites to set up profiles on shortly, but I wanted to talk about the importance of online reviews first.