One of the most popular and highly favorite screens of WordPress.com among most site owners is, the Stats. It is a perfect way of gaining insight into your site and the visitors that the site gets. It offers almost all the required information like the posts that got highly popular, the times that drove most traffic, regular most commenter and much more. The Stats that WordPress offers is one of the best ways to get a detailed look at your site and visitors and gain insight on the same.
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You create a great looking website to showcase your products and populate it with the best and most awesome products. You ensure you give the best quality and the website looks beautiful and attracts enough traffic. And yet at the end of the day you end up having not much sold. All the time and effort and the money spent on the advertisement and digital marketing all seem to go to waste.
‘Sales’ happen when efforts meet good website designs. eCommerce is mostly defined by this simple philosophy, the quality of the product being sold, being the only exception to the rule. This might sound quite obvious to hear, however, a wider and better implementation still awaits.
Researches show that the eCommerce market has grown tremendously in the past and thus has become an extensively competitive market, which means even minutest of mistakes could end up being expensive. And thus, you should avoid all the mistakes that you can including design errors, which can be avoided easily by ensuring a little extra effort on research of the common mistakes and ways to avoid them. Few of the most common mistakes to be avoided include:
WordPress has recently gone for a maintenance release WordPress 4.1.1, fixing 21 bugs in the 4.1 version. The announcement was published by Andrew Nacin, who also mentioned that the Wordpress 4.1 was downloaded for over 14 million times, since the day of its release.
He also said that the maintenance release took even this long because there wasn’t much in the version to be addressed, and in the past two months since its release in the market for the first time, it proved to be one of the most smooth-sailing releases.
You can never be sure of anything. A security plugin or an anti-virus, anti-malware software is supposed to keep your blog, site and system safe. However, where is the harm in ensuring a little more safety and a little more security for your blog or your site? The post aims at ensuring a little more security for your blog ensuring reduced possible outside attacks and increased protection for your blog.
What exactly are WordPress plugins?
Tools like plugins are mainly used to extend the basic WordPress functionalities. The core of WordPress or the basic WordPress is designed in a way so that it is lean thereby ensuring the code bloats could be reduced to the minimum while ensuring maximum flexibility.
Plugins, on the other hand, ensure the flexibility of WordPress is put to good use by offering custom features and functions, thereby enabling every single user to customize their sites exactly to their specific needs.
Wordpress, apart from being a rival to the mighty website development platform Joomla, is also an unparalleled content management system, and comes with numerous core blogging features, as against Joomla. However, it definitely doesn’t mean it could not be made a perfect blogging platform. A few simple modifications here and there and voila, you got yourself a great blogging platform. This blog aims at highlighting and taking care of few of the most common of these required modifications.
So, you have a business or opinion that needs to be put up in front of the whole world? Do you feel the world is moving on without you and you should have your message shared with everyone, somehow or another? You know what you need? A blog, of course. So let’s cut you the chase and come to the most important point of having a blog, ‘you will have to build it from the scratch’.
Now, that’s a little terrifying to hear, isn’t it? Don’t worry, by the end of this blog you will not only be completely equipped to have a blog, but will also have it up and running in less than a total of half an hour, and we are completely being realistic, no kidding.
When you are new at blogging, you have every right to be confused and doubtful over what to choose and what not to go for when starting fresh. The dilemma has its root down in the simple fact that there are numerous platforms available to choose from, once you are ready to blog. However, the issue is that, you are willing to choose the one that is a perfect answer when it comes to offering the best solution while at the same time being least expensive. In short, everyone likes a short cut to blogging.
While the writing part has to be all you, we can help you with few of the technicalities, for instance which blogging platform to choose and why. While Blogger and WordPress both have their own benefits and limitations, there’s always a first and a second depending on what exactly are your needs. Here we will be discussing few of the technicalities of WordPress and what makes it popular over Blogger.