If you have a website, which you do, then you obviously need some social media share buttons. But what if the buttons you currently use display all zeros? There are probably very few things that are worse for your social proof than showing such numbers.
Let's not fool ourselves here ... WordPress is a complicated thing. And no matter what most tutorials on the web try to say, getting a good grasp on it does take some time indeed. So what I want to show you today is a slightly different approach to WordPress.
I've always been fascinated with WordPress themes for some reason, and particularly WordPress business themes. Probably because they allow us to change virtually everything about our sites in just seconds, via a simple "activate" button under a new theme.
Landing page is a page that your visitors see after clicking on a specific link on another site. The purpose of a landing page is to convince the visitor to take a specific kind of action. Usually, it's to buy something or to subscribe to your mailing list.
For some websites, big redesigns tend to turn into major events in the online community. For instance, every time YouTube rolled out an update, there were tons of people commenting it, expressing their opinions, and being ultra-interested in the whole thing in general. But what about small online businesses?
This guide is about every aspect of web hosting that might be important to an online business owner (at least every aspect I know of). You can follow the advice step by step or just pick the elements that seem to be the most significant for your current situation.
If you have an online business, or you're planning to launch one, chances are that at some point you will be searching for a web designer to redesign your current site or create something completely new.