If you’re not familiar with that three-letter acronym in the post title, CSS is a coding language that makes it easy to style every aspect of how your WordPress site looks. It’s immensely powerful and lets you customize your site to a level that no theme or plugin options panel can match…
Last updated: 13th August 2018
Have you ever seen those Google search listings with the fancy stars or pictures?
You know, the ones that really grab your attention when you’re scrolling through the search results?
They can look like this:
Or sometimes they look like this:
The websites with those juicy eye-magnets aren’t exploiting some loophole in Google.
Last updated: 6th July 2018.
Building a well-optimized landing page is hard, right? You have to go back-and-forth with a designer and, oh yeah, pay a bunch of money…is that the gist?
Maybe five years ago.
Whether you’re a solopreneur or part of a team, you’re already fighting tooth and nail to build your own audience. That’s the whole reason for existing!
But beyond building your own audience, another effective way to get yourself in front of people’s eyeballs is tapping into existing audiences that other people have already built.
I bet that you’re already trying your hardest to get more traffic to your site. But are you putting as much effort into getting more from the traffic that’s already going to your site?
If you’re not A/B testing your content, you might be leaving money on the table.
If you want to build your email list, you need a way to ask the right people to join your list at the right time and place.
Makes sense, right? You’re not going to build a list without asking.
You’ve probably heard all about how beneficial email marketing is for your blog or website.
You want to give it a go but… you need an audience before you can start firing off emails.
The only way you’re going to build that audience is to ask people for an email address.