WordPress is one of the most popular platforms, not only for bloggers but businesses of all sizes as well.
There are more than 80 million WordPress websites, and more than 20,000 posts are published on the platform every day.
Most shocking facts of WordPress statistics that is considering that the number of total active websites projected at over 172 million as per to a survey published by NetCraft, that means that nearly 75,000,000 sites are using WordPress right now in the year of 2018.
With almost half of those sites (37,500,000) being introduced on the WordPress.com shared hosting installation.
It means that almost 20% of all self-hosted websites use WordPress, which is still enormous.
It’s a most potent CMS, and the majority of its users aren’t extending its full potential and power.
We assemble a list of tips that can assist you to take full advantage of the features and influence that WordPress offers.
The internet has transformed not just how people live and connect, but how they shop, how they keep amused and thought about how they learn.
In a nutshell, all businesses are now functioning on the internet.
Unfortunately building a website or having your business on the World Wide Web does not necessarily translate to having customers or fans for that matter.
There are many websites with little or without visitors or with occasional visitors that spend up a short time on the site for an absence of interest.
With the pressure and competition to have your website acknowledged (ranking) and listed by major search engines such as Google, it’s imperative that you closely track the performance of your WordPress website. [Continue reading]