Building a website for yourself or having it built for you requires thought and planning.
This article covers what you should know to make Homepage designs that are SEO friendly and help convert lookers into potential clients.
You’ve probably read these terms before: on-page optimization, keywords and SEO. The basics of SEO is the use of keywords and copy. Search engines look for this information so they can refer users to websites with the most relevant content.
Ok it seems there’s a bit of confusion because we stareted Week in WordPress with episode 0.
Back then we were just dipping our toe’s in the water to gauge the temperature. Sure enough it was warm and we dove in.
That said, now that we’re on iTunes, the episode #’s do not match up because we put up the “real number 1 first”. So for here on out and including YouTube we’ll make sure the numbers sync.
Without further delay, here’s episode 11!
This week’s episode really delivers on the heroics.
Some might say it’s uncanny. Pay attention or it might go by in a Flash!
Ok, enough of the super hero cliches.
Today we’re joined by Brian Krogsgard of Poststat.us and Thomas Griffin of Soliloquy slider to recap this week’s hottest WordPress news. We’re covering all of the #DramaPress surrounding some recent “masked men” on the WordPress scene and much more.
On to the show!
It’s like Christmas in August!
So much great news this week surrounding what came of WordCamp San Francisco, The release of WordPress 3.6 and so much more within the community.
Our first special co-host this week is Eric Hamm of CobaltApps.com which I also had a chance to interview over on the Matt Report podcast. The second host that seems to need to introduction, Jeff Chander our acting WordPress correspondent from WPTavern.com 🙂
On to the show!
It’s about 175 degrees near Boston so we’re serving up the hottest WordPress news for you!
This week we’re joined by Bob Dunn, Chris Lema and Tom Mcfarlin — 3 gents that know a thing or two about WordPress and the community. Grab a lemonade and kick back to catch up on all the happenings of the week in WordPress!
Lots of news about WordPress news this week!
Today we talk about the closing of one popular WordPress news site as another steps into the spotlight. We’ll also cover some of the security concerns surrounding WordPress and other major milestone’s throughout the industry.
Sit back, relax and enjoy episode 5!
Thought you could escape another fantastic episode of Week in WordPress because of the holiday?
This week we’re joined by Carrie Dils and Austin Gunter to give us their professional insight on the happenings surrounding WordPress. If you missed the live show, don’t forget to tune in every Friday at 2PM EST.
Luckily for you, we recorded it. On to the show!
It seems like there’s a lot of competition in the WordPress contact form plugin space.
We covered Gravity Forms a while back and we’re probably due for another review soon. However, GF positions itself as more than just a simple contact form. It’s a framework for data capture and integration for WordPress.
At least that’s how I define it.
Enter the Ninja Forms (aff. link) plugin — a true contender to GF? Tune in to find out!
Matt and Scott continue the journey down the plugin development road.
If you missed part 1, we suggest going back to that video and starting from the basics. We covered some of the fundamental work you should have done before you actually started coding.
In this episode we’ll jump into choosing the right file structure, prepping your plugin for development and using the WordPress repo.
Week in WordPress episode 3 is hot off the Hangout press!
Today we’re joined by Brad Williams of WebDevStudios and Robert Neu of FAT Media to discuss the top headlines for the week in WordPress.
This week there was more great discussion surrounding WordPress, including the dot org repository, hosting providers and premium plugin development.
All that and more, coming up!