Even with a lot of money invested, perfect SEO practices, and a whole team of dedicated content creators and editors, your website may still experience a high bounce rate. To ensure this does not happen, your website needs proper structure and some important elements that no website should go without.
Given that we spend so much time in front of our screens nowadays, it's no surprise that the easier-on-the-eyes dark mode is growing in popularity and becoming more widely used by even the biggest websites out there.
Is your WordPress site slow in loading? It might be a result of too many HTTP queries. Reducing the number of HTTP queries in your WordPress site will go a long way to increasing site speed. Find out how you can do so below.
Headings can make or break the flow of your content. You also need heading tags to optimize your content in WordPress. Learn how to use them properly for SEO in this article!
Stuck with a broken lagging WordPress website after an update? Ditch the tiresome manual rollback process with these plugins to return downgrading plugins, themes, and WP core to a previous version simple and get your website up & running again.
Inline scripts are a great way to add interactivity and functionality to your WordPress site. Understanding the right way to add them is key to achieving its merits. This post will discuss the most effective methods to add inline scripts in WordPress.
There are so many WordPress themes that you can choose from that it may be hard to even start going through all of those. We did our fair share of the job and have decided to make a comprehensive lift of those themes we think are the best. We tried to differentiate them as much as possible so that there is something for every taste.
We have all heard that WordPress is the best blogging platform out there. There are so many great sites running on it and no signs of slowing down. WordPress has a lot of SEO advantages because it loads quickly, it's search engine optimized, and there is SEO consultancy available to make sure you get off on the right foot.
The best content meets three requirements: readability, usefulness, and relevance. This is what both Google and readers need. If your content is easy to read, useful, and relevant, then many people will enjoy it.