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So, you decided to start a dropshipping business. You went ahead and learned about it and finally build a WordPress dropshipping website for your business
With its powerful drag-and-drop editor, as well as its Theme Builder and Popup Builder, Elementor is truly an all-in-one landing page creator. However, there is
Looking for a way to open a contact form in a popup on your WordPress site? In this post, I’ll show you multiple ways that
No matter what type of website you’re running, building an email list creates an evergreen asset that will keep working no matter what Google decides
Need to create a restaurant website? If so, WordPress is an awesome solution that can do everything you need it to do, while still giving
Which of these two URLs looks better? wplift.com/go/product product.com/sdfjkhsdfjhkskjhkuiweruireuhiuhe It’s the first one, right? That, plus other reasons, is why so many affiliate marketers cloak
WordPress does a lot of things well. But, at least out of the box, being able to create a conversion-hungry landing page is not one
When it comes to adding scripts to WordPress, most people recommend that you use a plugin like Code Snippets or your own custom plugin (or,
Struggling with how to add the Google Analytics tracking code to WordPress? Google Analytics provides you with all kinds of helpful insights about your site…but
Ever wished that you could track outbound link clicks from visitors on your WordPress site? If you’re like 90% of webmasters I know, you use Google Analytics to track your WordPress site. It’s the default and plenty of plugins make it stupid simple to add Google Analytics tracking to your WordPress site.
Are you looking for ways you can quickly grow your email list? Don’t you wish there was a way you could actually generate leads from every blog post you publish?
Want to put your WordPress knowledge to good use? And by good use, I mean making money. See, you’re probably already sharing your WordPress knowledge
Affiliate marketing is awesome and if you take the right steps you can have a huge benefit out of it. Let’s take for example TeslaThemes Affiliate program. It is a good example of how generating just one sale per day can bring you up to $4.000.
Are you curious why content marketing doesn’t seem to work for every business? A lot of business owners believe that simply having a blog will be enough for a steady stream of new customers to start pouring in. Sorry, that’s not how it works. Your content isn’t doing anything except sitting there taking up virtual space, unless you align it with your business goals.
I think we all have probably experienced this…You share a post on social media. A post you put a ton of thought and time into. But when it comes to engagement on social media, all you hear is the faint sound of crickets. Zero. Zilch. Nada. Is it because your post just wasn’t interesting? Unfortunately, that’s always a possibility. But it’s far more likely that your followers just didn’t see your post.
We all want more visitors to our website and social media can be a great source of traffic. But how do you go about more
If you want your posts to get more visibility and shares on Facebook, then this guide is for you. In this post, you’ll learn how you can implement Facebook Instant Articles to get more shares and visibility on Facebook.
As a blogger, you want higher optin conversion rates. You’ve used every possible optin method on your website. All to attract and convert every bit
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People often make gaining traffic the main focus of their website strategy, obviously having more traffic will increase your conversions or sales but to absolutely
If you have made any kind of online purchase – be it clothes or mobile apps or booking a hotel room – you know what
The golden rule of online transactions seems to be that it is cheaper and more efficient to work on your current customer base rather than
What’s more important? Creating great content on your website, marketing your content, or converting visitors in to paying customers? Can’t come up with the answer?
Once you have your new site or theme finished, content has been checked and everything is good to go, there are a few more steps
Some people start a WordPress blog with the sole intention of making money from it, while others find that their blog grows in popularity to
Designing and building your WordPress product can be easy and enjoyable but marketing and promoting that product can be frustrating, especially if you are not
With 1,230,000,000 active users, Facebook, the largest social network is not something you should be ignoring in your blogging endeavors. Taking advantage of its huge
Affiliate marketing is one of the easiest and most scalable ways to make money online. Rather than spending your own time and money creating a
Back in the dark ages of the web, websites were either hand-coded in static HTML or you had to hire a developer to build a
You might be more familiar with seeing QR, or Quick Response Codes, featured in print media, where they are used to convey some form of
While you might be tempted to keep your site offline prior to its completion, or hold off from creating a web presence until your product
If This Then That (IFTTT) is a powerful (currently free) tool that allows you to build connections between the services and applications you use, mainly
Vantage is the latest theme from AppThemes which allows you to turn WordPress into a full featured business listings directory such as Yelp.com which allows
Way back in September 2010, one of the first posts I added to WPLift was a roundup of Coupon Code plugins, since then one of
WordPress is being used more and more recently to power various types of websites other than blogs, replacing the need for scripts dedicated to one
This is the second theme from AppThemes I have reviewed, the first was their Job Board theme which I really liked, so I have decided
When you are starting out with a new blog or website (powered by WordPress of course!) it is incredibly difficult to build any sort of
To many internet users, your landing page is the face of your website: the first encounter they have with your company. This is good news,
You may or may not have heard the term “Gamification” being used lately, but what exactly does it mean ? From Wikipedia : Gamification is
Last month I took a look at what was available for Churches to use to power their website using specialist Church WordPress themes, I was
I recently wrote a tutorial walking you through how to create your own WordPress widget, giving you the freedom to dictate what you want your
Have you ever wanted to show off your Google Analytics data to your blog visitors? If you sell advertising on your site then this is
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