One of the questions that comes up time and again for new bloggers is, “What should my first blog post be about?” There’s no right or wrong answer, but this post looks at a couple of key options you may want to consider.
This is a guest post by Annie Chopra, an author and entrepreneur. She specializes in the fields of content creation and marketing and is currently running digital media brand She TheQueen to empower women across the globe. Annie loves to travel, read, and write.
Whether you run a hotel business or a clothing line, having a website is essential to your product and/or service. A website helps you find your customers, connect with your audience and create brand loyalty. Your website’s branding, therefore, is a very important factor in your overall business.
In this post, we look at what “DDoS” stands for, what it is, and how a DDoS attack can affect your website. Although this blog post covers a more technical topic, it’s designed to be straightforward and relevant to bloggers and small business owners looking to learn more about the subject.
Moz has rolled out a complete overhaul of its Domain Authority scoring system. Domain Authority (DA) is one of the many metrics that brands, PRs, SEO pros and website owners use to assess the quality of a website when deciding whether to work with or write for them.
Since Google stopped showing its own public PageRank scores for pages, Moz’s DA has been one of the most-used metrics for assessing and comparing websites, so its complete overhaul is a pretty big deal!
Here’s what you need to know about the changes, our interpretation, and our thoughts on how to increase your Domain Authority moving forward.
Plugins can add amazing functionality to your WordPress website and contribute a lot towards its success. But the downside is that they can potentially introduce headaches for you in terms of support, security, and slowdowns. Here’s what to look for in a plugin before installing and activating it on your website.