If you're running your affiliate website on WordPress, you're going to want it to run as fast as possible. One of the best ways to do this is to install WP Super Cache, a caching plugin that increases the speed of your website
If you're an affiliate marketer and you're running your sites on WordPress, you should be focused on three things: creating great content, terrific search engine optimization, and scaling your business. WordPress makes it easy to do these things. But when you use a premium WordPress theme for your affiliate marketing websites, all of this gets even easier.
If you're looking for an easy way to create WordPress forms, and much more, you'll want to check out Gravity Forms. It builds just about every kind of web form you might want, and has many more features than you'd expect.
I'll bet that you don't know how easy it is to install BackupBuddy and schedule regular offsite backups. And if you did, you'd get BackupBuddy and eliminate your need to worry about backups for a long, long time.
As a beginner, it's important to choose a host that's experienced with WordPress, one who can provide great service in the rare chance that something goes wrong with your site. Check out our recommendations of great web hosts in this article.
We’re winding down toward the end of the Site-Building Challenge. It's time to start thinking of the future, and how you can continue to build your site, and your reputation. If you want to harness your passion and unlock the potential of your affiliate website, consider yourself an authority in your niche.
Selecting a buying a premium WordPress theme is an important decision in your evolution as an affiliate marketer. If you select the right premium WordPress theme, you’ll make it much easier to customize your site and grow your business.
SEO is important regardless of what kind of site you’re creating. By creating content and building your site in a manner that’s SEO optimized, you’re going to be more likely to get more traffic, which means that you’ll have more potential buyers.
Yesterday, you went through the steps of setting up Google Analytics. Today we’re going to set up and install Google’s Webmaster Tools, a suite of diagnostic tools for webmasters, on your WordPress site.
Now that your WordPress site is installed and your search-engine-friendly permalinks are configured, it’s time to install Google Analytics, a tool which will help you understand how traffic gets to your site and what your visitors do once they’re on your site.