Web Crafting

SEO

SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization. This is a system that gives information to any search requests to search engines like Google. Every search engine will try to give the reader the best option for what they’re looking for, which means that the higher your ranking or position when someone looks for your services, the…

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Social Bookmarking

There are so many websites out there that it makes it almost impossible to remember all of them and come back. How many times have we found an interesting article, closed our browser and never ever found it again?  This happens a lot, and sometimes we just add bookmarks to our internet explorers, but the…

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Submitting Your Content

Last time we covered the importance of sharing content and also how creating a system and sometimes automatizing these processes will make things run smoothly, therefore, not taking too much time away from your business. Another way to obtain traffic and be positioned as a leader in your industry is by submitting your content to…

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Automizing your published article to your social media

Social Media can be scary for some, exiting for others and sometimes, a reason for procrastination and distraction (been there, done that!).  There are many tools online that will help you promote your content along all the different social media platforms (there are too many to do it individually and manually), and reach your audience.…

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Custom Websites: Promoting your content

You have created your website and carefully crafted a strategy, in addition to creating amazing content that your visitors love.  Imagine how many people you'd reach if you would only promote your content, imagine if you could just reach out to anyone and make them come to your site, read and follow you. This is…

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WordPress in Plain English: Categories vs Tags

Categories allow you to group your posts and organize them along your website. Depending on the theme and widgets you have enabled on your website, the name of the category can be displayed before or after a post or publish a post in a specific area on a page. They give some sort of ID…

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WordPress in Plain English: Custom Fields

Custom Fields lets you add additional information on to your website that can be used by Posts, Pages or Custom Post Types. One of the ways WordPress stores information is with meta data (data about data!). By default WordPress provides us fields like Title, Categories, Tags, Featured Image, Excerpt and more. Once we enable Custom…

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WordPress in Plain English: Custom Post Types

WordPress provides different types of content to publish, one of them is known as a post.Lets think of a traditional blog for a second, those that show a list of articles vertically and are ordered by date.  These articles are posts in the WordPress world. There are five post types already setupin your WordPress installation:…

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WordPress in Plain English: Plugins and Widgets

A Plugin is a tiny program that works hand by hand with your WordPress installation by adding more features and functionality. I like to think of them as little modular accessories that you add seamlessly to your website, adding desired features without getting in the way of the main WordPress installation.  There is a plugin…

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WordPress in Plain English: Child Themes

WordPress works with themes.  A theme is the one that defines the look, feel and structure of your website, it includes templates of the different type of pages your website can use, the styles of the fonts and colors in which the content will be presented.  It also includes the functionality to it. A Child…

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