Welcome to Part Five of our Web Traffic Blueprint article series, where we show you how to drive visitors automatically to your website using the WordPress CMS platform. So far, we have covered the following in this article series: In Part 1 of this article series, we provided an overview of the traffic automation…

 

  No matter what service or product you provide or what industry your business is a part of, it’s vitally important to provide quality information for your site users. For example, if your business provides taxation services, you may want to include information from the taxation office, such as news and updates on tax rulings,…

 

  Welcome to Part 4 of our Web Site Traffic Blueprint article series, where we show you how to drive visitors automatically to your site using the WordPress CMS platform. So far, we have covered the following in this article series: In Part One of this series, we explained why using an expertly configured WordPress…

 

  In Part One of this article, we looked at some of the reasons why WordPress provides an ideal platform for marketing your business on social media. In this section, we examine a number of monitoring tools, services and applications that let you: Search, find, sort, filter and organize users according to specific demographic criteria,…

 

  The days of passively talking “at” audiences online are well and truly over. It’s not enough to put up a web page with static information. To achieve success in today’s highly connected global and digital economy, you need to build and engage with a community around your company, brand, and services, based around actively…

 

  Welcome to Part 3 of our Traffic Guide article series, where we show you how to drive new visitors automatically to your site using WordPress. In Part 1 of this series, we explained why using an expertly configured WordPress website is the key to generating automated traffic … (With an expertly configured WordPress website,…

 

Is your WordPress website legal? Do you know if you are breaking any laws, or contravening the Terms of Service (TOS) of any 3rd-party companies whose services or products you recommend or sell? Online laws are designed to protect consumers and apply to any person who markets, sells or promotes products and services online. Every…

 

  When you are the most popular content management system in the world and the online publishing platform of choice used by millions of websites and loved by thousands of web developers and website designers, it’s inevitable that at some point in time, WordPress will come under attack by hackers wanting to score a “big…

 

  In early 2013, WordPress installations around the world were subjected to global-scale brute-force attacks. These attacks were caused by botnets (computers infected with viruses and programmed to attack other installations with security vulnerabilities). (WordPress powers millions of websites worldwide, making it a natural target for attempted attacks by malicious users) On March 11, 2014,…

 

  In Part 1 of Your Traffic Guide article series, I explained that the key to turning your website into an automated web traffic generation machine is to use an expertly-configured WordPress website. As I also explained, an expertly-configured WordPress web site is not the same as a professionally-configured WordPress web site. An expertly-configured WordPress…