WordPress is incredibly powerful and versatile, but with power comes responsibility. Keeping your WordPress website happy and healthy is a normal part of owning a site, and it’s easy to do so don’t worry!
Since WordPress comes preinstalled on all our WordPress plans, all you need to do is complete setup by going to yourdomain.com/wp-admin in your browser and following the onscreen prompts to choose your settings.
Lengthy recipe blog posts have been a trend ever since word count became important for search engine optimization. Instead of just a hundred word recipe, food and recipe bloggers often post 600-1000 word (or longer!) entries, making it difficult to find the actual recipe and introducing endless scrolling.
This is a guest post by Lauren Bennight of MyBloggingRoadmap.com. Lauren is a former sysadmin, current computer junkie, and now works as a blogger and social media manager in the little town of Kerrville, TX. (Hi ya’ll!) When she’s not writing, she’s probably off adventuring in World of Warcraft.
If you’ve been using Pinterest for any length of time, you’ve probably looked into optimizing your website for this unique search-engine-meets-social platform.
It’s a great way to drive traffic to your site, but it can be difficult to keep up with frequent changes to the platform. In this guide, we’ll cover some common Pinterest image optimization issues and fixes.
There are very few topics that are under-discussed in the blogging world, but self-sabotage is one of them. Self-sabotage can affect anyone, no matter what stage of their blogging (or life!) journey, so in this post we take a look at some of the ways it manifests itself and what you can do to get past it.