Online Marketing with WordPress
My name is Andy Williams and this is my site. It started out as home to my newsletters. There were over 350 of them spanning several years. They are all now archived in plain text files and you can find them in the Newsletter Archives section.
In recent years, I found myself with less and less time to write full length newsletters (which were often several thousand words long). I therefore changed the newsletter format to only posting when there is something important or interesting that I think readers will like.
If you are interested in learning skills required to successfully build and manage a website, I have a number of books and courses on a wide range of relevant topics. Books are available in Kindle and paperback formats from Amazon. My courses are mostly hosted on Udemy, and I have included discounts on all courses if buying through ezseonews.com. Check out the links below for books and courses.
My Online Courses
Over the years, I have used a lot of web hosts and none have been perfect. As website owners, the holy grail is to find an affordable host that will have little or no downtime, and fast server responses.
Here’s how to check for grammar and spelling errors in your WordPress editor. The Grammarly free browser extension is the perfect writing assistant that’s fast, easy to use, and highly accurate.
This updated tutorial shows webmasters how to let users delete or edit their comments in WordPress. The handy plugin includes an edit countdown timer that site owners can set in minutes.
You can add custom links to your gallery or single images in WordPress. This step-by-step tutorial shows how to quickly add and edit custom links from the Post Edit screen.
A short guide to show you how to add a simple subscription box in WordPress to notify your readers of new content. It’s an effective way to engage with site visitors and create return traffic.
A jump link is a hyperlink that will jump to a location on a page on your site. It can be on the same page as the link, or another page. Jump links can be a great tool for creating a table of contents at the top of a long article giving your visitors the chance to “jump” directly to the bit of the article they are interested in. This tutorial shows you how to create these.
Here are 3 ways you can allow visitors to your WordPress website submit unique content. One method is built-in to your Admin area, and the other two use plugins.