They talk about WordPress, business, and promotion aimed at the WordPress web design specialist to help them take their company to the next level and get to work right away.
The Just 3 Matters In SEO You Want to Focus On | EP 154
Episode 154 is from Day 4 of Internet Advertising Week and guests Corey Hammond, the Chief Marketing Officer for A2 Hosting. Corey discusses SEO, what search engines are and how they work, technical aspects such as hosting, website framework, sitemaps, and navigation architecture, and plugins like Yoast or all-in-one SEO. Corey also discusses creating quality content and structure, in addition to external and internal links.
5 Reasons to Start a Podcast | EP 160
Episode 160 shows that practically anyone can become an expert podcaster on their favorite topics. It breaks down the 5 reasons to begin a podcast and supplies tips on the way. It covers how to set yourself as a professional and the benefits you may get out of it, how it can result in training and partnerships, generate customers, the best way to find out more about the topic by digging deeper, and how low the barrier of entry actually is.
Greatest Tools for Cross Browser and Device Testing Your Sites | EP 158
Episode 158 discusses why and how to test your sites on various browsers and devices and shows the way to do this using a number of tools. They talk about the issues you may run into in the event that you don’t do this amount of testing. They describe several paid and free tools and provide tips on how best to use them.
7 Outdated Web Design Trends You Shouldn’t Be Using
Episode 54 discusses seven trends that web designers should quit using. These 7 tendencies were once popular, but most of the world wide web has proceeded on. Regrettably, there are still websites and designers out there that need to hang onto a few of these old trends. This episode lists each of the trends and shows the reasons we shouldn’t use them. They also give guidance on what you need to do instead.
3 Ways to Ask for Function without Sounding Desperate | EP 161
Episode 161 reveals 3 effective approaches to ask for work without getting bothersome or sounding as though your business is all about to fall. Most of us need clients and work to stay in business, but you will find good and bad ways to go about obtaining work. It talks about approaches that really work such as being helpful, not being pushy, asking for referrals, creating connects, and more.
Episode 157 discusses customs that we need to grow to become better business operators and owners. It measures each of the seven customs, demonstrating how they work, how they could be applied, and also the benefits our businesses and customers would gain from using them. We’d all be better business owners if we developed these customs.
How Frequently Should Your eCommerce Store Run a Sale? | EP 162
Episode 162 concentrates on eCommerce and conducting store sales. Running a sale should not be random- it ought to be strategically planned. This episode discusses the best frequency for conducting sales and reveals why this works. They also reveal what happens when you run a lot of sales. Finally, they discuss the best time to run sales and how to concentrate on this year.
Corey Hammond discusses email advertising. It covers the 5 most frequent mistakes and what you ought to do instead- showing what works, what does not work, and the reason why. They supply tools and tips for creating your lists, generating and sending emails, monitoring your email analytics, and more.
7 Mobile SEO Best Practices
Episode 164 is about mobile SEO. It covers exactly what websites demand cellular SEO such as the significance of websites loading fast, image optimization, minifying, reducing popups, touch elements, responsive design, and Google AMP. Additionally, it provides links to suggested tools to improve mobile SEO.
How to Eliminate Barriers When Closing Online Design Deals | EP 159
Episode 159 talks about problems we face when shutting the web design deal and how to solve those issues. Topics include electronic touch and invoicing tools, the way to answer questions about your products and services, and educating your customers about what to expect.
You can listen to the WP Podcast and leave a review on iTunes. Let us know what topics you’d like to hear about the podcast by leaving a comment at WP The Podcast site. Do not forget to share the podcast together with your pals!
We would like to hear from you. What’s your favorite episode of WP The Podcast? Let us know in the comments below.