Making a great looking responsive website is only half the battle. You will need to make the website work hard day and night to bring in the revenue to pay for itself. With a responsive WordPress website the inbuilt Content Management system is a very good place to start.
Tips & Tricks
Simple changes to the content of your site could make all the SEO differences. Search engine optimisation (SEO) is not a simple click, and then you’re done process. Google often updates its algorithm to ensure that users are getting the best search engine results. Your competitors are likely making changes to their site to position higher than you.
Fortunately the nice folks at Google have provided you with a simple way to mobile friendly test your website. Below is the mobile friendly test page and what it looks like, its very easy to use. By adding your domain you can receive instant feedback on how Google views your websites.
I came across Audioslug a royalty-free audio sample website which specialises in stock sound effects. A simple search from the homepage revealed the FX sound required and I was then back in post layering the new sound effects into my video project.
With the development of video streaming platforms and compact cameras, its easy than ever to produce great video content. I’ve outlined below some examples to get your video project started.
Creating a marketing video to showcase your company and products is a great way to attract potential customers. Below I’ll share some of my tips and tricks for creating a great marketing video.
I started freelance video editing about eight years ago. Working with videographers on small editing projects for West Midlands Fire Service. This soon grew and I now film and edit projects for many businesses in the Birmingham area.
Security is always a big issue when you have an online presence. WordPress is no exception. Along with a good backup routine and maintaining a healthy plugin directory you always want to make sure your WordPress site as a strong username & Password.
You may wish to disable comments globally on your WordPress website for security reason. Perhaps if you’re posting sensitive material and don’t always require users to leave feedback.
By default, your designer or administrator may have disabled the comments on your WordPress website. To activate the comments on selected posts follow the simple instructions