5 ways to drive more traffic to your WordPress web site with the help of Facebook

  Facebook is the supreme social network so it can help you a lot when it comes to boosting your WordPress site. No matter how good your articles could be, if you don`t have an audience, they will go unnoticed.

We can help you with that, if you stay on this page and read our 5 best methods for driving traffic to your web site using Facebook.

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Boosting your WordPress visits with Twitter

Have you ever wondered how some people got all those engagements on their web sites, blogs, etc.? I bet you see all those bloggers becoming super successful in gathering audience for their work, but you simply don`t know where to start. We have some cool ideas for you.

One of the most popular ways for boosting your WordPress web sites on social media is Twitter. Of course, now you think how it is pretty impossible for you to find your place on that platform, but if you have good content, only sky is the limit. These few tips we have for you proved to be very efficient for us, so now it`s all up to you 🙂 Read More

The right way of maintaining and promoting WordPress web sites

Creating sites and pages using the WordPress platform became pretty simple and direct task. A great number of available themes, both free and premium plug-ins, parts of code, tutorials and experts who can program WordPress platform, make the job easier for site owners. However, when WordPress site is created, only then starts the life cycle of that site, which has to work fastly and reliably to provide quality services to their ultimate customers, and to accomplish desired goals (gathering customers, increasing the list of users, promotion or product sales).

It`s necessary to separate two things:

  • Creating a WordPress page
  • Maintenance of a WordPress page

Equally, negligence of the correct way to maintain WordPress page has a series of unwanted consequences:

  1. Increased time of loading web pages
  2. Decline in quality of customer`s experience
  3. Decline in position (or complete removal) on internet search engines
  4. Reduced security
  5. Incremental expenses or complete inability to create next versions of the site (new functionalities).

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