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Bluchic WordPress themes gives you the opportunity to have a beautiful, professional, and stylish website that converts prospects into paying customers for an affordable, one-time price.
We’ve served over 20,000 female entrepreneurs over the years, coming from various different backgrounds including business coaches, graphic designers, event planners, online shop owners, bloggers, copywriters and more.
As WordPress theme shop owners, we can sometimes forget that not everyone is as familiar with WordPress as we are.
Though we’ve been using and loving WordPress for 10 years, the terminology may be confusing to beginners. The learning curve can be a bit steep when you’re just starting out and it can leave you feeling lost and overwhelmed.
We thought it would be helpful to put together a post featuring nine of the most important WordPress terms you should know so you can feel up to speed.
Please welcome Ashley Faulkes of Mad Lemmings today on the blog as he covers 5 forgotten ways to boost your Google traffic on WordPress.
Getting traffic from Google is a bit of a mystery to most WordPress website owners that I meet.
Honestly, SEO seems like such a complex, messy, and confusing topic that most people just give up before they begin.
Does that sound familiar? Then this post is just for you!
You have to keep in mind that Google can send you boatloads of traffic, and sometimes it takes just a little bit of work to get it. Not only that but once it starts, it continues. Not like on social media.
So, with that in mind, here are 5 simple ideas to help you get more Google traffic to your WordPress website today.
We know that the WordPress dashboard can be confusing to understand as a beginner business owner.
Learning the dashboard is something that keeps away many people from using WordPress, thinking that it’s too difficult to understand as someone who’s not “techy” enough.
We wanted to give a detailed description of what the WordPress dashboard looks like as well as defining some of the main terms used and how you can use it as a business owner.
What would you do if your website was compromised? What if everything you had worked for, all of the long hours you’ve put in, the blood, sweat and tears that you’ve poured into your business, went away in a snap?
It’s a scary thing to think about, but it’s something that happens every day.
We want to make sure all of our readers know how to keep their websites and businesses protected from potential dangerous threats, so we’ve created a WordPress Security 101 post to cover everything you would need to know.