Some designers don’t believe this to be true – but in our experience, it is. Google loves content – fresh, new, updated content. So it makes perfect sense that a website built on a platform initially created to use as a blog would be favored by Google. Blogs were intended to be easy to create and publish new content for the world to see., and that’s how Google views your WordPress website.
Some plugins will go with your blog files and content. But, for some blogs slight tweaking is necessary to make the new plugins to work. The tweaking should be done in content, files and data base. So, before tweaking and installing your new plugin, take the backup of your existing files and data base. Once you have installed the plugin and carried out the modifications, once again you should backup the files.
Knowledge of PHP is fundamental, although you’ll not need to be extremely advanced in this coding platform learning the basics will go a long way in assisting you put together your theme.
Now if you look above, you will see a button to ‘add new’ plugins. When we click this we can access a bank of free softwares written by nerds who love to support the wordpress platform in their spare time. They usually ask for donations, which we gladly make once we find the plugins performing well for us.
Build your own list. As you share content, give people the option to never miss a single article by joining your mailing list. If they like what you’ve published so far, there’s a good chance they’ll want more. All you need to do is sign up with an emailing service such as Aweber or Constant Contact and enter the code they provide somewhere on your blog. There is a recurring monthly charge for this kind of professional service, but there’s no more valuable asset you can build than a list of people who look forward to hearing from you on a regular basis.
You can fully customize the appearance of your widgets. So this will make your sidebars quite dynamic for your visitors. This can be incredibly useful in making sure that your website looks the way you want it to look!
So this is what you’ll need to get your head around before and during the design and development process of your wordpress website. If you already have knowledge of these coding platforms then you’ll have no problem whatsoever.
Google XML sitemaps help your site talk to Google in its own technical way. You need not know anything. Just activate and forget. Or check with some techie over a forum about how to optimize its settings.