Jetpack offers several great modules to accentuate a WordPress website. One of the features many use is the “Like” button. This is when a visitor can click “Like” to express to the author the content was worth reading. Unfortunately, sometimes the like button can get stuck with a “loading…” message. How can you fix this problem?
By default, you have two primary ways to create content in WordPress: pages and posts. It’s important to understand these two elements and what they do for your website. Otherwise, you may inadvertently create a huge mess and have to spend time fixing various problems.
One of the beautiful things about WordPress is the ability to change the appearance and layout of your site instantly. With a few clicks of the mouse, you can change your theme from one to another without using code. Because there are so many to choose from, the hardest part is finding an appearance the you like the most.
Part of optimizing for search engines and readers is adding internal links to other areas of your website. This helps spread what’s called, “link juice.” The more juice an article has, the more effective it becomes in search engines. Of course external links are important as well, but you should still be mindful about the content on your site.
Wouldn’t it be nice to get paid to write your own content? To wake up in the morning, crack out a post and then relax is a goal for many. Unfortunately, it doesn’t always work like that. In reality, blogging is often just as grueling as any other job. So, how do you build a blog that will pay the bills?