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3 Ways to Add Google Analytics to WordPress for Website Tracking

Google Analytics is one of the easiest ways to track and report your traffic on WordPress. This can be done either with a plugin or manually. Before we address both methods, though, let’s understand why anyone who runs a website should add Google Analytics to it. The Importance of Adding Google Analytics to Your Website: Once you start a blog, your main goal is to get more traffic and subscribers. According to WP Beginner, Google Analytics “help you make data-driven decisions by showing you the stats that matter.” With this, you can see the following 5 pieces of information: Who

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Have You Hit a Blogging Wall? Reasons + Advice for Losing Momentum

Overview: With blog content creation being a top priority of more than 50% of corporate marketers, learn how to avoid stagnant content creation Blogging has many benefits; however, even with the ability to reach, engage, and convert prospects, your blogging might start to slow down until it becomes, well, stagnant.   Why would your blog be experiencing a wall, especially if you’re in a corporate industry where part of your marketing budget is dedicated to blogging? Entrepreneur gives great insight as to why this could be happening, for corporations or not: No Content Calendar No Ideas Not Enough Contributors Focusing

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3 Easy Ways to Edit a Footer in WordPress Like a Pro

Overview: Edit your website’s footer area to help visitors, improve SEO, and your business All top WordPress themes come with a footer widget area that’s easy to edit. However, editing the footer can be tricky because some themes do things differently than other themes. That is, how you edit a footer in one theme might not be quite the same as you do in another theme. Nonetheless, you can improve this regardless of your theme area by adding widgets, removing links, adding code, and even creating fully custom footers for different pages. WHAT IS THE FOOTER AREA: Can I remove

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WordPress vs. WebFlow: 3 Important Comparisons for Web-building (Part II)

Overview: We’re giving more insight to help make your decision between WordPress and WebFlow a bit easier Why do so many people compare WordPress to WebFlow? We talked about this in the first part of this article, but both share similarities that are hard to miss. These similarities thus make it difficult to talk about either without mentioning the other. This results in what seems like never-ending comparisons. It’s true that both WordPress and WebFlow are popular website-building platforms with various features, designs, and plans. There are key distinctions, however, that can help drive your decision. Previously, we talked about

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