On October 13th 2022, I was asked to present at the Newcastle WordPress meet-up. My talk focused on one aspect of WordPress SEO that isn’t usually covered – User First SEO.
A fraction of a second. That’s how long you have to grab attention online. You need to make it instantly clear what your site is about, the main message and action you want someone to take.
We’re extremely experienced at delivering virtual WordPress training session. We do this every day and are here to help you get online with WordPress or publish more content. Helping you to take control of your WordPress website.
Don’t make me think, the title of a well-known book about website user experience design. Visitors to your website want the easiest of experience and believe it or not, they want to be told what to do.
It is well known that it is easy to get started with WordPress, but how long does it take to really learn WordPress and how to get the most from the worlds largest publishing platform?
Colour evokes many emotions which can be used to influence positive and negative reactions. Seeing colour in different situations guides concepts and perceptions. You can use colour on your websites to instantly convey a feeling and draw in your visitor. Colour can inspire action and help consolidate your brand. Use colour to create a powerful website experience.
Keywords, content and audiences, all-important for successful SEO. However, if your WordPress website is poorly designed your SEO efforts will fail. Find out how design impacts your WordPress SEO.
Images and WordPress is one of my most popular training sessions. Most websites have a substantial amount of images. Either in the background or sitting on main pages and posts. If you don’t set your images up correctly they are going to have a dramatic impact on your WordPress website performance.
F-layout or F-pattern. Over time viewing patterns can appear, particularly with the left to right reading. People (in the west) generally look from left to right. You can make this work to your advantage on your website.
A Landing Page is a unique page someone “lands” after clicking on a search result, inbound link, call to action or advert. Find out how to create one.