How To Choose A WordPress Theme (And Why I Still Heart Thesis)

You need to keep in mind that a basic Google browse will show you virtually any web site featuring WordPress themes. The problem is a lot of them are over-used or ugly or out of date themes that don’t have the most recent advancements. You can see the difference all by yourself. If you have taken the first step on the way to a great business by using WordPress, pick a good WordPress template. Make success a lifestyle.

These days, blogs look like websites. Actually, it is hard to tell the difference because so many websites are built on the wordpress platform. When you use WordPress you do need to learn some technical skills but this information is all over the Internet. You only need to Google for help and you will find it.

The first and foremost guide to choosing the right plugin is by looking at the features provided. Does this plugin allows you to add a Buy now button? Or can it be linked with PayPal, a popular online transaction system? You need to compare the features of the plugin with the needs of your websites. If you are the retailer of products, as a rule of thumb you should aim for plugins that provides easy payments and also plugins that helps you summarize the sales data.

Now, when you create content you will want to focus on an exact keyword for each of the pages you develop. Therefore, before you even begin to build your website you should do research to find a minimum of twenty to thirty keywords you can write articles about.

Instead, use keyword modifiers to climb to the top of the search results. When I add “marketing strategist” to the same search, the list narrows to 258,000. Now, let’s try copywriter + marketing strategist + self help. Now, the list has narrowed to 65,800. If you really want to narrow your search, add a geographic keyword modifier to your copy. I’m going to add “South Carolina,” since that’s where I currently reside. There i am in the third position on a Google search. Because I am listed in a high-ranking website, I’ve increased my exposure.

Some people say that it will hurt your search engine rankings while others say that it doesn’t matter at all. I say why risk it? You can write the content yourself, rewrite Private Label Rights (PLR) articles, or hire a ghostwriter to write it for you.

The popularity of blogging really began to take off in the late 90s when software was created just to facilitate the ease of creating and maintaining a blog. OpenDiary created the first blog community in 1998 and introduced interactivity by allowing readers to be able to comment. In 1999, blogger.com was launched and this service was to bring blogs to the masses.