Search engines like Google are continuously updating their algorithms to make search results more powerful and accurate. So, it’s not the time to relay on limited SEO techniques of few years back.
There are a few great tools I found in my blogging journey that can never be forgotten such as Jetpack, WP Rocket etc. And the ManageWP is also one of them! According to me, ManageWP is a must have WordPress tool to very smoothly manage lots of WordPress blogs from a single dashboard.
By using a professional tool you can get your work done with well-defined and well-managed requirements. Bloggers and content marketers need tools that will deliver the best results with lesser struggle. Today we will discuss about 10 best content marketing tools for different stages of your content like Content Research& Planning, Content Creation, Content Curation, […]
If you’re looking for this guide, you would already know what are OG Meta Tags. Still, for those who don’t know about it, let me explain. OG (Open Graph) Meta Tags are the set of rules that are used to integrate any web page into the social graph.
On 21st April, 2015, Google is going to roll out an update that will mainly focus mobile friendliness and website loading speed. As you would know that every update in Google algorithm affects many websites; by increasing the traffic of some websites and by degrading the search traffic of some sites.
If you’re a writer or blogger and always write something special, you would definitely like more and more people to read your content but many times due to the wrong or negative search engine optimization (SEO), your more precious and special content remains delitescent.
Have you ever thought that updating the old articles can boost your traffic? I say yes and it doesn’t only boost your traffic, but you can also improve your search engine rankings. In case of mine, it has been a long time for updating my old articles regularly.
If you’re a regular reader of All Useful Info, you would be noticed that I’ve wrote a detailed guide on “How to put your WordPress blog on Maintenance mode” and if you’ve read that post, you won’t need to read it because in that post I’ve used a WordPress plugin called WP Maintenance Mode for […]