It’s 2021 and we all know social media is the place to be. But how do you find the time to post often and consistently? With tools.
You’ve been writing content on your site for awhile now. Great work! Chances are you have the most recent posts listed on your home page and your blog is most likely date-based, too. Those old posts are still valid though! Let’s talk about how to put that older content to work and get visibility to those old posts.
It’s the new year! Here are five quick tasks you can do RIGHT NOW to start the new year off right. (Plus two bonus tasks for you overachievers out there.)
If you’ve ever worked with a developer or agency, they may have tried to sell you an ongoing maintenance package once your website was complete. If you’re not flush with cash or would rather try to avoid ongoing fees for your WordPress website, you can DIY these services with some time and elbow grease. Let’s look at the fees you can get around and those that you won’t be able to avoid.
Today I want you to do something for me. I want you to go to your website and take a look around. Your potential and existing customers visit, but when is the last time you did? While you’re looking around, I want you to find one thing to change — something that will make your site better. It also should be something you can act on today, and it doesn’t matter matter how small.
A proper, finely-tuned website can be a valuable business tool. In order to get the most out of it, revisit your site regularly. (Yes, YOU. Go look at your site right after you read this!)