The term “content curation” has often been misused or incorrectly defined. The idea of content curation is to gather content from an outside source, and distribute it to your audience after some careful filtering, sorting and editing.
Getting feedback from your users is vital to maintain a good rapport with your users and to figure out if your content contains any value and meets their standards.
WordPress has specific plugins aimed at getting this feedback in the easiest and quickest ways possible without interrupting your visitors’ experience too much. These plugins will be able to give you a more focused and specific idea of what your users think.
Wouldn’t it be great if we never needed to be 100% dependant on some expensive web developer to code our site for us and we could do it all ourselves? No need to learn how to code, no need to spend thousands of dollars; just build a site with a set of blocks just like we did with Lego when we were kids.
Enter Page Builders – your solution to create a custom website by moving different blocks around within a visual interface without the need for any technical knowledge. It places the power of a web developer right into your hands. Pretty sweet, right?
Ever wondered what it would be like to make money off your blog? Affiliate marketing can do that for you. We’ve compiled a list of the best plugins for it.
One of the most important performance aspects of a website is the speed with which it loads. If you want to optimise your site to give your visitors the best possible experience while also improving your status in Google’s ranking system then you need to make sure your site loads fast. A slow site can push you down the ranking and make your visitors push the back button – two things you never want happening.