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Quick WordPress Tip: How to Duplicate Posts & Pages #WordPress

April 9, 2021 1:46 pm

Why You Need a Business Website

April 7, 2021 2:45 pm

Modern Events Calendar is a WordPress event calendar plugin with a variety of views and layouts. The free version is suitable for most needs. 

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How to Start Blogging the Right Way: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N96Z8jFfI14&list=PLysJ1P8iM3nhDUKhy5MkZDkDJZmtX-K5I&index=5


WordPress Troubleshooting — Basic Steps: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CROz00POwSs&list=PLysJ1P8iM3nhDUKhy5MkZDkDJZmtX-K5I&index=6


WordPress Performance for Regular People: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2eMER0dLx7Y&list=PLysJ1P8iM3nhDUKhy5MkZDkDJZmtX-K5I&index=10


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Most of the websites I design these days come with a request for an event calendar. It’s an important part of a business or organization’s website and one that can be difficult to implement well.


About a year ago, I found the Modern Events Calendar (MEC) plugin after using other event calendar plugins and found them adequate, but not exactly right for my needs.


I found MEC by accident after I became frustrated with a plugin I’d used before on other sites. A Google search on *alternative to … “ took me to this plugin that, at least for me, is a better solution.


I’m using the free version, which works well for my needs but there is a premium version if you need more functionality.



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Modern Events Calendar is a WordPress event calendar plugin with a variety of views and layouts. The free version is suitable for most needs.

Subscribe ➡️ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCl5IQvLYNm5HaPgRguLnymg?sub_confirmation=1

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More Resources


How to Start Blogging the Right Way: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N96Z8jFfI14&list=PLysJ1P8iM3nhDUKhy5MkZDkDJZmtX-K5I&index=5


WordPress Troubleshooting — Basic Steps: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CROz00POwSs&list=PLysJ1P8iM3nhDUKhy5MkZDkDJZmtX-K5I&index=6


WordPress Performance for Regular People: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2eMER0dLx7Y&list=PLysJ1P8iM3nhDUKhy5MkZDkDJZmtX-K5I&index=10


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Most of the websites I design these days come with a request for an event calendar. It’s an important part of a business or organization’s website and one that can be difficult to implement well.


About a year ago, I found the Modern Events Calendar (MEC) plugin after using other event calendar plugins and found them adequate, but not exactly right for my needs.


I found MEC by accident after I became frustrated with a plugin I’d used before on other sites. A Google search on *alternative to … “ took me to this plugin that, at least for me, is a better solution.


I’m using the free version, which works well for my needs but there is a premium version if you need more functionality.



Get a Free Quote for a New Website 🖥 https://bethgsanders.com/wordpress-websites/
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WordPress Event Calendar Plugin: Modern Events Calendar

March 30, 2021 2:11 pm

If you have read anything about online marketing, you’ve heard about a landing page. But what is a landing page and why do you need one?

Have you ever tried to look very hard at something and you squint to see it better? The reason it works is that when we squint, fewer light rays enter the eye. This is known as the pinhole effect and it works because it prevents unfocused light rays from entering the retina.

What does the pinhole effect have to do with marketing? In the same way you’re filtering out extraneous light rays, a landing page allows you to filter out distractions that may keep a reader from buying your product or service. 

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More Resources


Social Media Marketing — How to Customize Your Posts for Each Network: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S105orTaPNA&t=30s


What is WordPress? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9G4lNbfJag&t=11s


Why You Need a Brand Style Guide: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GSQlacCG3dY&t=1s

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A landing page is different from every other page on your website. It has one purpose: to persuade the reader to do what it is you want them to do. That may be buy a product, sign up for your email list, or request more information.

It’s completely focused on what’s called a conversion, which is when the reader follows through on the action you want them to perform.

For example, if you are trying to build an email list, you’ll offer a giveaway of some sort, maybe a guide or cheat sheet. You might run an ad or just have a signup form on your website that mentions your giveaway and contains copy that makes it sound irresistible. When the reader clicks on your ad, they are taken to a special page that is laser focused on your call to action (CTA), which is what you want them to do.

In our email list building example, a conversion would happen when a reader completes the form and confirms (if you have your email list set up for double opt-in) their interest in joining your list.

So we could say a landing page uses the pinhole effect to shut out distractions and focus your reader on the offer and encourage them to take action.

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If you have read anything about online marketing, you’ve heard about a landing page. But what is a landing page and why do you need one?

Have you ever tried to look very hard at something and you squint to see it better? The reason it works is that when we squint, fewer light rays enter the eye. This is known as the pinhole effect and it works because it prevents unfocused light rays from entering the retina.

What does the pinhole effect have to do with marketing? In the same way you’re filtering out extraneous light rays, a landing page allows you to filter out distractions that may keep a reader from buying your product or service.

Subscribe ➡️ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCl5IQvLYNm5HaPgRguLnymg?sub_confirmation=1

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More Resources


Social Media Marketing — How to Customize Your Posts for Each Network: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S105orTaPNA&t=30s


What is WordPress? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9G4lNbfJag&t=11s


Why You Need a Brand Style Guide: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GSQlacCG3dY&t=1s

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A landing page is different from every other page on your website. It has one purpose: to persuade the reader to do what it is you want them to do. That may be buy a product, sign up for your email list, or request more information.

It’s completely focused on what’s called a conversion, which is when the reader follows through on the action you want them to perform.

For example, if you are trying to build an email list, you’ll offer a giveaway of some sort, maybe a guide or cheat sheet. You might run an ad or just have a signup form on your website that mentions your giveaway and contains copy that makes it sound irresistible. When the reader clicks on your ad, they are taken to a special page that is laser focused on your call to action (CTA), which is what you want them to do.

In our email list building example, a conversion would happen when a reader completes the form and confirms (if you have your email list set up for double opt-in) their interest in joining your list.

So we could say a landing page uses the pinhole effect to shut out distractions and focus your reader on the offer and encourage them to take action.

Timestamps:
[Insert timestamps here - where appropriate]

Get a Free Quote for a New Website 🖥 https://bethgsanders.com/wordpress-websites/
Book Me to Speak 📣: https://bethgsanders.com/speaking/
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What's a Landing Page and Why Do I Need One?

March 23, 2021 2:14 pm

In this video, I’ll show you how to start blogging the right way — how to choose the right platform, hosting, and domain name. 

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More Resources


Blogging for Business — What to Write About: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4svFKEbX96g&list=PLysJ1P8iM3njSWo6mmAOhQADqhFk7ndag&index=1


 12 Things to Do After You Write Your Blog Post: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QCD5bgw7C-0&list=PLysJ1P8iM3nhDUKhy5MkZDkDJZmtX-K5I&index=17


Basic WordPress: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TDwYp0eJkCY&list=PLysJ1P8iM3nhDUKhy5MkZDkDJZmtX-K5I&index=9


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If you want to start blogging, your first step is to decide what kind of blog you want. Whether your blog is strictly creative outlet that allow you to write about whatever you choose or a potential money maker, you’ll be better off in the long run if you start right.

The first step isn’t setting up a blog and dealing with web hosting — it’s deciding what you want to write about. Decide what topics you’ll cover and organize your thoughts around those.

Here are some blogging statistics from 99Firms.com:

 —   There are over 152 million blogs on the internet.
 —  A new blog post is published every 0.5 seconds.
 —  77% of internet users read blogs regularly.


Get a Free Quote for a New Website 🖥 https://bethgsanders.com/wordpress-websites/
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Twitter ➡️ https://twitter.com/bethgsanders
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LinkedIn ➡️ https://linkedin.com/in/bethgsanders

In this video, I’ll show you how to start blogging the right way — how to choose the right platform, hosting, and domain name.

Subscribe ➡️ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCl5IQvLYNm5HaPgRguLnymg?sub_confirmation=1

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More Resources


Blogging for Business — What to Write About: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4svFKEbX96g&list=PLysJ1P8iM3njSWo6mmAOhQADqhFk7ndag&index=1


12 Things to Do After You Write Your Blog Post: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QCD5bgw7C-0&list=PLysJ1P8iM3nhDUKhy5MkZDkDJZmtX-K5I&index=17


Basic WordPress: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TDwYp0eJkCY&list=PLysJ1P8iM3nhDUKhy5MkZDkDJZmtX-K5I&index=9


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If you want to start blogging, your first step is to decide what kind of blog you want. Whether your blog is strictly creative outlet that allow you to write about whatever you choose or a potential money maker, you’ll be better off in the long run if you start right.

The first step isn’t setting up a blog and dealing with web hosting — it’s deciding what you want to write about. Decide what topics you’ll cover and organize your thoughts around those.

Here are some blogging statistics from 99Firms.com:

— There are over 152 million blogs on the internet.
— A new blog post is published every 0.5 seconds.
— 77% of internet users read blogs regularly.


Get a Free Quote for a New Website 🖥 https://bethgsanders.com/wordpress-websites/
Book Me to Speak 📣: https://bethgsanders.com/speaking/
Get Help With Social Media 📲: https://bethgsanders.com/social-media-management/


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How to Start Blogging the Right Way #Blogging #WordPress

March 16, 2021 6:34 pm

WordPress troubleshooting is an essential skill. Here are some tips to help you fix your site in case something goes wrong. 

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More Resources


WordPress Performance for Regular Folks: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2eMER0dLx7Y


Build a Web Page with the Divi Theme: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ol1WYvJ2gbI&t=2s&__s=xxxxxxx


WordPress Block Editor: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tBcXx5OaAv8&t=8s


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WordPress is an excellent platform on which to build a website. For new users, it’s often scary to make changes to the site for fear of causing a problem. That’s why it’s critical to understand WordPress troubleshooting so you don’t feel the urge to panic when something goes wrong.

Sometimes when something goes wrong, you’ll still have access to the admin area, but there may be times when you don’t, so I’ll cover both situations.

Before we get started, let’s talk about one of the most important parts of maintenance of your site: backups. If you haven’t been backing up your site regularly, this experience will make a believer out of you. If you have, you’ll breathe a sign of relief.

I make changes and post new content frequently on my site, so I have daily backups. That way if something goes horribly wrong, I can easily recover the site. Before you begin troubleshooting, clear your browser cache and/or view your site in a private window.

If you have access to your admin area, you might want to install a maintenance plugin so you’re not showing your errors to the world. You’ll need FTP access and WordPress admin access (in the admin user role).



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WordPress troubleshooting is an essential skill. Here are some tips to help you fix your site in case something goes wrong.

Subscribe ➡️ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCl5IQvLYNm5HaPgRguLnymg?sub_confirmation=1

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More Resources


WordPress Performance for Regular Folks: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2eMER0dLx7Y


Build a Web Page with the Divi Theme: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ol1WYvJ2gbI&t=2s&__s=xxxxxxx


WordPress Block Editor: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tBcXx5OaAv8&t=8s


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WordPress is an excellent platform on which to build a website. For new users, it’s often scary to make changes to the site for fear of causing a problem. That’s why it’s critical to understand WordPress troubleshooting so you don’t feel the urge to panic when something goes wrong.

Sometimes when something goes wrong, you’ll still have access to the admin area, but there may be times when you don’t, so I’ll cover both situations.

Before we get started, let’s talk about one of the most important parts of maintenance of your site: backups. If you haven’t been backing up your site regularly, this experience will make a believer out of you. If you have, you’ll breathe a sign of relief.

I make changes and post new content frequently on my site, so I have daily backups. That way if something goes horribly wrong, I can easily recover the site. Before you begin troubleshooting, clear your browser cache and/or view your site in a private window.

If you have access to your admin area, you might want to install a maintenance plugin so you’re not showing your errors to the world. You’ll need FTP access and WordPress admin access (in the admin user role).



Get a Free Quote for a New Website 🖥 https://bethgsanders.com/wordpress-websites/
Book Me to Speak 📣: https://bethgsanders.com/speaking/
Get Help With Social Media 📲: https://bethgsanders.com/social-media-management/


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WordPress Troubleshooting #WordPress

February 23, 2021 12:42 pm

WordPress Quick Tip: WordPress Menus #WordPress

February 19, 2021 5:09 pm

You don’t have to be particularly internet savvy to know that a mobile website is a necessity. More users view websites on mobile devices than on desktop computers, which has been the case since 2016.


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More Resources


WordPress Performance for Regular People: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2eMER0dLx7Y


WordPress Block Editor: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tBcXx5OaAv8&t=8s


Basic WordPress: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TDwYp0eJkCY


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Fortunately, most modern WordPress themes are responsive and some work better than others on smaller screens. Page builders Divi and Elementor provide the same ease of use for mobile page design as for desktop.

In this video I’ll talk about two of the most popular page builders for WordPress and how to use them to build mobile websites that work.


If you want to build your design mobile first, open the mobile view in either page builder when you start and design from there. Once you have your mobile design, adapt it to larger screen sizes.

As a reminder, even though your page looks great in the preview, always check it on an actual phone or tablet.


Get a Free Quote for a New Website 🖥 https://bethgsanders.com/wordpress-websites/
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Get Help With Social Media 📲: https://bethgsanders.com/social-media-management/


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Twitter ➡️ https://twitter.com/bethgsanders
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LinkedIn ➡️ https://linkedin.com/in/bethgsanders

You don’t have to be particularly internet savvy to know that a mobile website is a necessity. More users view websites on mobile devices than on desktop computers, which has been the case since 2016.


Subscribe ➡️ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCl5IQvLYNm5HaPgRguLnymg?sub_confirmation=1

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More Resources


WordPress Performance for Regular People: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2eMER0dLx7Y


WordPress Block Editor: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tBcXx5OaAv8&t=8s


Basic WordPress: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TDwYp0eJkCY


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Fortunately, most modern WordPress themes are responsive and some work better than others on smaller screens. Page builders Divi and Elementor provide the same ease of use for mobile page design as for desktop.

In this video I’ll talk about two of the most popular page builders for WordPress and how to use them to build mobile websites that work.


If you want to build your design mobile first, open the mobile view in either page builder when you start and design from there. Once you have your mobile design, adapt it to larger screen sizes.

As a reminder, even though your page looks great in the preview, always check it on an actual phone or tablet.


Get a Free Quote for a New Website 🖥 https://bethgsanders.com/wordpress-websites/
Book Me to Speak 📣: https://bethgsanders.com/speaking/
Get Help With Social Media 📲: https://bethgsanders.com/social-media-management/


Subscribe ➡️ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCl5IQvLYNm5HaPgRguLnymg?sub_confirmation=1

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LinkedIn ➡️ https://linkedin.com/in/bethgsanders

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Build a Great Mobile Website

February 16, 2021 11:59 am

How to improve WordPress performance for non-developers and others who don't have extensive experience with code and servers.


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[Insert links to a handful of related videos from your channel] 

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Why WordPress Performance Matters
Today’s internet users are generally not patient sorts of folk. We’ve all been conditioned to get what we want and to get it fast. Amazon gets us the goods we ordered in a day — or sometimes less. We download books to our iPads and readers instantly instead of waiting for the book to arrive by what we now call snail mail.

That’s why your website speed makes a difference. Kissmetrics reports that 40 percent of users will abandon a website that takes more than three seconds to load. Ouch. That and the fact that site speed factors into Google rankings means it’s more critical than ever to optimize your WordPress performance.

Get a Free Quote for a New Website 🖥 https://bethgsanders.com/wordpress-websites/
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How to improve WordPress performance for non-developers and others who don't have extensive experience with code and servers.


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More Resources

[Insert links to a handful of related videos from your channel]

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Why WordPress Performance Matters
Today’s internet users are generally not patient sorts of folk. We’ve all been conditioned to get what we want and to get it fast. Amazon gets us the goods we ordered in a day — or sometimes less. We download books to our iPads and readers instantly instead of waiting for the book to arrive by what we now call snail mail.

That’s why your website speed makes a difference. Kissmetrics reports that 40 percent of users will abandon a website that takes more than three seconds to load. Ouch. That and the fact that site speed factors into Google rankings means it’s more critical than ever to optimize your WordPress performance.

Get a Free Quote for a New Website 🖥 https://bethgsanders.com/wordpress-websites/
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Get Help With Social Media 📲: https://bethgsanders.com/social-media-management/

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WordPress Performance for Regular People

February 9, 2021 1:37 pm

Here's a quick and easy guide to the WordPress block editor. It covers post- and block-level settings, reusable blocks, and more. 

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Basic WordPress: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TDwYp0eJkCY&list=PLysJ1P8iM3nhDUKhy5MkZDkDJZmtX-K5I&index=1


Build a Web Page with the Divi Theme: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ol1WYvJ2gbI&list=PLysJ1P8iM3nhDUKhy5MkZDkDJZmtX-K5I&index=3


Introduction to the Divi Builder: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p_9vQ8hLIbU&list=PLysJ1P8iM3nhDUKhy5MkZDkDJZmtX-K5I&index=5


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What’s the Block Editor?


You may also have heard the WordPress block editor referred to as Gutenberg, which is the code name for the WordPress team’s redesign of the text editor. WordPress calls it a 


"… modular approach to pages and posts: each piece of content in the editor, from a paragraph to an image gallery to a headline, is its own block." 

— WordPress.org


Not only does the block editor come with its own set of blocks, many plugins add a block of their own. For example, Gravity Forms makes it simple to add a form of your choosing, which I’ll go into in more detail in another post. 


There’s also a free plugin from Brainstorm Force called Ultimate Add-ons for Gutenberg that adds additional blocks. You can read about it here. 


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Here's a quick and easy guide to the WordPress block editor. It covers post- and block-level settings, reusable blocks, and more.

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More Resources


Basic WordPress: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TDwYp0eJkCY&list=PLysJ1P8iM3nhDUKhy5MkZDkDJZmtX-K5I&index=1


Build a Web Page with the Divi Theme: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ol1WYvJ2gbI&list=PLysJ1P8iM3nhDUKhy5MkZDkDJZmtX-K5I&index=3


Introduction to the Divi Builder: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p_9vQ8hLIbU&list=PLysJ1P8iM3nhDUKhy5MkZDkDJZmtX-K5I&index=5


____________________________


What’s the Block Editor?


You may also have heard the WordPress block editor referred to as Gutenberg, which is the code name for the WordPress team’s redesign of the text editor. WordPress calls it a


"… modular approach to pages and posts: each piece of content in the editor, from a paragraph to an image gallery to a headline, is its own block."

— WordPress.org


Not only does the block editor come with its own set of blocks, many plugins add a block of their own. For example, Gravity Forms makes it simple to add a form of your choosing, which I’ll go into in more detail in another post.


There’s also a free plugin from Brainstorm Force called Ultimate Add-ons for Gutenberg that adds additional blocks. You can read about it here.


Get a Free Quote for a New Website 🖥 https://bethgsanders.com/wordpress-websites/


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