The field of search engine optimization is complex and the sheer volume of information can be daunting and overwhelming. That’s why we’ve launched our latest course to provide a straightforward and easy-to-follow introduction to the world of SEO.
New: Free SEO Course
A successful website is a labor of love. I know, first-hand, how much work goes into getting a site launched. But the effort can’t stop there, because for most people, the whole point of publishing a website is to get people to see it.
If your goal is like mine and you want to see a gradual increase in your site’s visitor traffic, a solid marketing strategy is needed. And no strategy would be complete without good SEO practices. SEO stands for search engine optimization, and as technology is always changing, optimizing your site for search engines, like Google, is a continual undertaking.
This is why we launched our FREE course, Intro to Search Engine Optimization (SEO).
The field of search engine optimization is complex and the sheer volume of information can be daunting and overwhelming for even the most fluent internet surfers. SEO has come a long way since Google first launched in 1996 and many practices that were considered strategic back then are now viewed as black hat tactics, which can penalize your site.
Luckily, we’ve launched our latest course to provide a straightforward and easy-to-follow introduction to the world of SEO, which will give you a solid foundation of what you can do to ensure people have the best chance to find your content when they search online.
In this course you will:
- learn what SEO is and why it’s important
- understand how to find and apply keywords
- equip yourself to create stand-out content that gets results
By registering, you’ll get access to our course platform, where you can work through each lesson at your own pace and take your time to really put that knowledge into practice with your existing and future content.
Customize Your Entire Site With New Block Themes – WordPress.com News
Customize Your Entire Site With New Block Themes
Experiment with a new look for your site with themes created to take advantage of Full Site Editing.
Don’t worry if you’re just hearing about Full Site Editing for the first time. We’ve been releasing these new tools in a way that doesn’t actually require you to do anything with your existing site(s). If you are up for a change though, we’re happy to announce the launch of a brand new family of themes made specifically with Full Site Editing features in mind. As of this writing we have over two dozen themes available that support Full Site Editing.
These new themes have been designed with a wide variety of sites cases in mind. But their potential stretches well beyond their screenshots and demo sites. Because each theme is fully editable in the Site Editor, every one of these themes can be heavily customized to fit your site’s needs. You can start with theme that features single minimalist homepage, and then add as many menus and sidebars as you wish. Or, you can start with a complex business theme and strip it down to something minimal to suit your vision.
The Site Editor also includes a new feature called “Global Styles,” which allows you to edit site-wide settings for color, typography, and more. You’re free to change your theme’s default color scheme to whatever fits your mood, or even make all site text larger or smaller in a couple of clicks. To kick off this new feature, we’re also providing a few pre-built variations on some of these new themes.
All the new themes and variations can be found in the Theme Showcase. Or, if you’re starting a fresh site, they’ll be offered to you automatically in the site creation flow. This collection of themes is just the beginning, and we’re excited to continue launching a variety of diverse theme options for you. What would you like to see in the next set of themes on WordPress.com?
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