Who else wants the BEST deals this Black Friday 2016?
Are you looking to move to a new hosting service, get your hands on that one SEO tool you admire, the gorgeous theme that stopping you from buying because of the price tag? Your search ends here, now is the RIGHT time to buy almost everything you want to make your blog incredible.
Black Friday madness is live.[click to continue…]
Are you looking for the best landing page plugin for WordPress?
I bet you do but before we even dive into the topic (and your hands dirty), let’s take a quick moment to understand what a landing page is.
A landing page is a feature which is most often overlooked by bloggers. Make no mistake as a landing page serves a lot of purposes, especially for generating leads, increasing email subscribers and sales copy.
While there are many definitions of what a landing page is all about, Unbounce did a great job in creating a simple explanation of what a landing page is all about here:
In this post, you will discover my top picks of the best landing page plugin for WP.
Are you ready to dive in for some serious reviews?[click to continue…]
During my Genesis framework review, I had promised to write a detailed comparison of Thrive Themes and Genesis Framework.
Both are fabulous WordPress Theme providers.
Both are fast, SEO optimized and have great looking themes to fit every niche.
So why this comparison, right?
I use Thrive Themes on this very blog, and some of my readers were curious to know which amongst Thrive or Genesis should they go with.
The sole purpose of doing a detailed Thrive Themes vs. Genesis Framework is to show you the best (and shortcomings, if any) features of both the products and help you decide which one fits you best.
With this review, I aim to help you choose the best WordPress theme that will ultimately help you get more from your blog.
May it be traffic, conversions affiliate sales, you name it.
Let’s take a dive!
Review of: Thrive Content Builder
Use: WordPress Visual Editor
Complete editor for WordPress.
One off cost under $70
Ease of use
The most intuitive editor out there
Ask anything into their forum.
- Replaces multiple plugins
- Conversion Optimized Landing Pages
- Aesthetically pleasing content design
We Don't Like
- Article isn’t clean coded as marketed
- Squeezes Website length while in editing mode
Summary: If someone would ask me what is the one plugin I’d recommend anyone after setting up a WordPress website, then I’d 100% recommend the Thrive Content Builder.
For a nominal one-time price, Thrive Content Builder can be considered as Swiss Army knife of WordPress plugins as the feature it contains will make you want to deactivate many other plugins on your site.
Here’s the bottom line: If you want great looking content, Thrive Content Builder is must have. There’s no other alternative to it right now.
Do you know what is WordPress’ Visual Editor called as?
A really what gaudy name to say the least...
What WYSIWYG stand for is...
WYSIWYG = What You See Is What You Get
I’ve been using WordPress for well over 4 years and I’ve always asked myself... how much truth does the name hold?
As a matter of fact; what I write in WordPress Visual Editor; I possibly can’t expect to get the same in
Since I’m not very fluent with HTML and CSS; it’s tough for me to get into the HTML text editor and add different tags and CSS codes; to get what I want, and keep switching between Preview mode and Writing Mode... just to see what I’ve done is right or not.[click to continue…]
If you’ve noticed BloggerTipsTricks over the years, you’ll find that I give special importance to website design.
I realized that my site design was something my audience could not relate to.
I tried a lot of themes some were awesomely feature-rich while they made my blog to load forever and others were sleek but lacked features that would grow my traffic and give my content exposure.
Finally, I switched to Genesis, and I could feel the growth.
The themes were perfectly fast (even when I was using HostGator at the time) and still had features like different layouts among other things.
It was a perfect combo (along with resourceful articles) that has helped me scale my blog to the level it is today.[click to continue…]
Finding ideas to blog about is a tough job, even for an experienced blogger.
No matter, how good are you at brainstorming ideas, you run out of ideas some of the times.
There are dozens of posts that explain to you how to find blog topic ideas. The majority of those posts fail to explain how to find ideas that drive real backlinks to your blog.
The best way to build natural backlinks is to produce great content and properly promote it. For that, brainstorming ideas for blogging that have the potential to drive high-quality backlinks is essential.
The specialty of this post is that in this post, I will explain you to find ideas that drive you high traffic and backlinks.
Let’s get started.