Your purse is not everyone’s aspiration, but safety has become a matter of great concern – for good reason. Every day, many internet users fall victim to scams, hackers, phishing, malware, etc. The elderly, youngsters and inexperienced users are especially prone to it. Here are some tips on how to stay safe in the digital jungle.
SE Ranking has made some great strides in 2018. They’ve added several databases for keyword and competitor research in countries such as Sweden, Norway, Ireland, and New Zealand. They’ve also polished their interface to give it a more slick and modern look. Now that the new year is almost here, their goals are even more ambitious.
This study, conducted by BrightLocal, asked U.S. consumers a series of questions regarding their habits with online reviews. The main objective was to determine how men and women evaluate a business based off of online reviews. Perhaps the most interesting piece of information comes from the results of the frequency of reading reviews between both genders.
My initial impressions of the Gutenberg editor were not very favorable. I've only installed WordPress 5.0 on one website thus far. My own niche website. I wrote two blog posts on that site with the new editor before pulling the plug and installing the Classic Editor plugin. I tried.. I mean, really tried to give Gutenberg a chance. It's not for me. It's one of those cases where people either love it or hate it. From my observations, the hate it camp far outweighs those who love it. There's a certain correlation between WordPress newcomers and those who have worked...
Google search results have changed drastically over the last several years. It wasn’t too long ago when it was just paid ads and organic results cluttering the Google SERPs. Now, there are so many different informational widgets that appear at the top of these results. This pushes organic rankings further down the page which led to the question, “Why do I even need a website?”.
The problem with Gutenberg is that it is forced onto WordPress users. Sure, there is a classic editor plugin that you can install. However, users are reporting incompatibilities with other popular plugins such as Yoast SEO. In my opinion, Gutenberg should have a core option of being enabled or disabled. An editor plugin shouldn’t be necessary to deactivate it.
This month's report is only going to feature statistics for the most part. Why? I got married and went on a honeymoon! There was a lot of preparation and planning for my wedding which left no time to work on my niche website. When I wasn't in wedding mode, I was busy finishing website projects and tying up loose ends for my clients. Hence the title of this latest Niche Dreams edition, The Auto-Pilot Month. I'm sure many other niche site builders have similar situations where life happens and important events take priority. Reading other case studies, I even see...