Have you often wondered if it would be worth your while to create your very own website? If you have, then my answer to you is, why not. Whether you simply want your business online or to create an online business, I’m going to show you how you can learn web design right from your home … and … in your spare time!
There are a lot of “SEO expert” advice all over the internet. Some even claim that much of the “old school” SEO no longer works. Boy, have I got news for them; old school SEO still works so don’t be too quick to toss away what you have learned over the years.
Now, let’s get starting busting SEO myths.
The internet is a magical place loaded with so much information that it would take many lifetimes to sift through it all. The internet is so huge that it can sometimes be difficult to even find the information you may be looking for.
If you’re a business owner, finding the right website designer or developer to build a website for your business could be stressful and complicated … but it doesn’t have to be.
If you want to get on Google page one, there are some key things you must do in order to rank highly. You may have a very relevant business and an accompanying website that you think is giving you the exposure you need, but then discover that your website really does not do much to drive traffic to your business.
If you feel your website is not really working for you and you’re tired of paying $400 monthly for a 3-page website, here’s what you can do.
Now that you’ve installed that awesome looking responsive design theme on your website, you figure your website is now mobile-friendly … and, you would be right … BUT … yes, there’s a BUT in here … this alone no longer offers you assurance that your site will appear high in internet search results for being mobile-friendly.
Think you might be amazed to learn how many business websites fail with at least 2 of these 7 blogging blunders you should avoid.
For those in need of a basic understanding of WordPress, here are 13 video tutorials by Alex from WP Eagle. His tutorials are well detailed, and because most of users prefer being shown “how to” do anything because the majority of people are visual learners, I found his training to be top-notch enough to share with you here.