Responsive WordPress design for business
In my last post I talked about various things you could do to fix your WordPress website. One of these was to change your theme to a responsive WordPress theme so your site could be viewed on all devices including tablets and smartphones. So what is a responsive theme for WordPress?
The benefit of a responsive website is, that it automatically adapts its layout to fit almost any screen resolution and looks fantastic on mobile devices, like smartphones or tablet computers. So there is no need anymore to build a separate website for mobile.
With responsive webdesign you have only one website with a single domain, which is suitable for almost any device out there. This leads to a massive increase in usability and it is more seach-engine friendly too.
I don’t have a wordpress site!
If your site was built a while ago there is a good chance it is a standard html site. You can check this by clicking one of the menu options and having a look at the end of the address.
htm or html usually means it was built with some software like frontpage or dreamweaver.
asp is usually built on a windows platform
php is usually a data base style website.
Which ever your site is built on most good web developers can convert and upgrade your site to take advantage of responsive themes. In our training center we also go through the full range of wordpress tutorials.
WordPress Video Tutorials Module 1:
Business & WordPress Basics
How to Buy a Domain Name How to Buy a Web Hosting Account How to Connect your Domain to a Web Hosting Account Installing WordPress Automatically Using cPanel Installing WordPress Manually via FTP How to Change Permalinks Structure How to Write Effective Blog Titles How to Create New Posts in WordPress How to Create New Pages in WordPress How to Upload and Format Images Using the Media Manager How to Install Plugins How to Install Themes How to Launch Your Site to Search Engines and Ping Settings
WordPress Video Tutorials Module 2:
Branding & Site Upgrades
Figuring out your Customer’s Demographics Creating Memorable Slogans that Stick In Your Customer’s Minds Power of Colors – How to Use Colors to Sell Your Products and Services Upgrade Your Logos :: Get Cheap Yet Quality Logos Upgrade Your Fuzzy Graphics to a Vector How to Use Mascots to Brand Your Company Upgrade Your WordPress Site’s Theme Design Creating Simple Video Intros That Will Upgrade Your Video Branding How to Position Your Brand As Trustworthy thru Educational Videos How to Boost Your Brand thru Facebook Posts Go To Tutorials
WordPress Video Tutorials Module 3:
How to tum your Website Prospects into Buyers Increase Your Conversions By Appealing To These Three Groups Time Tested WordPress Layouts for converting prospects into buyers Must Have Content Pages to Convert Skeptical Fence Sitters Contact Forms :: Creating Call to Action Forms Inquiry or Quote Forms & Customization Contact Forms :: Adding to Sidebar / Secret Conversion Tactic Banner Ads :: Part 1 – Call to Action Banner Ads For Less Than $10-15 Banner Ads :: Part 2 – Adding Your Banners To Your Sidebar / Widgets Simple Before and After Pictures To Convert Prospects Removing More Skepticism with Social Proof and Testimonials
WordPress Video Tutorials Module 4:
Traffic / SE0 / Social Engagement
Basic Keyword Research to Target the Right Customers Ways to Decrease Visitor Bounce Rates and Increase Social Engagement Show Your Google+ Profile Picture on Google Search Results Optimizing Your Images To Be Search Engine A Powerful Video Marketing Method That Drives Traffic to Your Site. How to Index Your Website Content Fast Using Social Bookmarking Traffic How to track your WordPress site’s Social Engagement Performance Creating Interesting and Educational Info Graphics Creating Page Engagers to Increase Visitor Interaction and Conversions Give People an Opportunity to Share Your Site Socially and “Easily” Go To Tutorials
WordPress Video Tutorials Module 5:
List Building & Engagement
Build an Email list and Different Ways ToDoing So How to Create Valuable Free Gifts Fast Part 1 – How to Build an Autoresponder and Get the Web Code Part 2 – How to Add Autoresponder Form Onto the Sidebar or Page Creating Quick and Easy Squeeze Pages on your Site (squeeze ninja) Building a list by piggybacking on someone else’s launch or traffic Writing an Autoresponder Email Series that Converts Creating Fans that buy from you instead of just subscribers Using Integration Marketing to a Build List Creating Exit Popups To Build List
WordPress Video Tutorials Module 6:
More WordPress Basics & Customization
Get a New WordPress Blog Ready Control How Visitors Comment Understanding Different User Permissions Embed YouTube or Vimeo Videos Creating a Gallery with Media Manager Add HTML Code to the Editor Tab Use WordPress Widgets Effectively Create Navigation Menus and Sort Them Turn On Your Built In Theme Editor Remove “Powered By WordPress” and Customize Your Footer Go To Tuto
WordPress Video Tutorials Module 7:
Organization, Tracking, SEO, and Navigation
Creating SE0 Friendly Categories with LSI keywords How to Cloak Ugly Long Affiliate Links On Your Site Using “Related Posts” to Help Visitors Find Related Content Effectively Use Authority Sites to Increase your SEO RSS Part 1 – Finding Your RSS Feed Location RSS Part 2 -Syndicating Your RSS Feed with Feedbumer Creating Visitor Friendly Sitemaps For Easy Content Organization Creating XML Sitemaps for better SEO Embedding Google Analytics Into Your Site Installing and Using the All In One SEO Plugin