How To Easily Add Google AdSense Ads In Your WordPress Blog And Posts

How To Add Google AdSense Ads In WordPress And Monetize Your Blog

To start off first, Happy New Year and Congratulations on having Google AdSense approved on your awesome WordPress blog. Now getting AdSense ads approved to show on your blog is one thing. But getting them to show up effectively wherever you need them to, is entirely another. Trust me, it can be quite a challenge, …

How To Export And Import WordPress Blog Posts With Images (Featured Too)

How To Export And Import WordPress Blog Posts With Images

It’s not until I split my blog into two, that I realized the challenge in exporting WordPress blog posts. I needed to export certain blog posts with images, that make up this blog while leaving the rest. But how was I to do it? Publishing each one again from scratch was a complete waste of …

How To Create A Simple Sales Funnel In WordPress For FREE

How To Create A Simple Sales Funnel In WordPress For FREE

One of the biggest reasons people fear email marketing is having to create sales funnels. Not that it’s hard, but the sheer volume of what you need to do. Learn copywriting skills, create freebies, squeeze pages, and landing pages. Test, optimize for conversions, write engaging and highly converting email swipes, and so much more. It’s …

How To Install WordPress Plugins And Uninstall Even Those That Won’t Delete

How To Install WordPress Plugins And Uninstall Even Those That Won't Delete

If you just finished setting up a self-hosted WordPress blog, Congratulations btw! Or already had one. And you’re looking to learn how to install WordPress plugins or uninstall them properly, even those that won’t delete easily, then this post can help. We’ll look at the various simple ways of installing WordPress plugins from the Dashboard, …

Top 6 Best Web Hosting Services To Start A WordPress Blog For New Bloggers

6 Best Web Hosting Services To Start A WordPress Blog For New Bloggers

The first thing you’ll decide when planning to start your own self hosted WordPress blog will be web hosting. This is because your WordPress blog will need to live somewhere. And you’re clever enough to not make the blunder of choosing free web hosting services. But before we can start looking at these web hosting …