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The majority of my clients are right where you are. They want to share ideas and information, they want to write, but the technical aspects of using the internet as the venue presents a barrier, and they can’t see the path around it.
Today, I’m going to show you that path — the path from having no presence on the internet at all to creating your first blog post in WordPress. From zero to 60 (or at least 30) in just about a week. See what’s really involved. Then just follow the steps below and you’ll be well on your way!
#1 Choose a Topic
Before you decide to become a blogger, you should have a firm idea of a topic or focus for your blog. Obvious? Maybe. But I’m always struck by how many people are enamored with the idea of making money and/or gaining prestige while sitting in a corner of their home office. They venture out to start blogging, but have absolutely no idea what they will be writing about.
That’s much like saying you want to be a performing artist, when you haven’t yet learned to sing, dance, or act. (Yes, it worked for Paris Hilton, but what are the chances?)
When trying to narrow down your possible blog topics, remember that your blog topic should be:
- Specific enough that you can create interest.
Recently I saw a blog that was purported to be about “my random musings on life and other things.” It had a post on hiking, a post with a cake recipe, another about flat-screen TVs, one about her baby’s food fussiness. The posts were well-written, the design was pleasant, they gal was even pretty good at search engine optimization, but she was frustrated by lack of readers after a number of months of writing.
I suspect the problem had to do with focus. While some might be interested in her baby food adventures, how likely is the same reader to be researching electronic equipment? If you were a hiking enthusiast, how likely would you be to subscribe to a site that had one hiking article and a bunch of random stuff you had no interest in?
You certainly can create a very general blog. But unless you are a celebrity or a really entertaining writer, there probably aren’t a lot of people who really care enough about what popped into your head this morning. The blogosphere is brimming with similar personal blogs that are never read by anyone except the writer’s family. If that.
- General enough that there are sufficient numbers of interested folks to build a following and sufficient content to write about.
A recent discussion began when one blogger asked if a site can be “too niche.” My feeling was that a site can be so narrow that you simply have almost no one interested. Some argued that any niche can be successful. Maybe, but I’d like to see someone try to monetize a blog about acrylic nail artists who are Liza Minella fans with macrame fetishes.
Darren Rowse agreed that a site can be “too niche” and pointed out a related problem. Some blogs are built around a niche that has wide appeal, but not much possible content. According to Rowse, “The best example I saw was a guy who started a blog on a particular model of printer. He ran out of things to say after 5 days.” It was a really popular printer, but just how much can you really chat about such a topic?
- Something in which you have expertise.
You need to be more than just conversant about your topic, you also need to have a solid knowledge base to share with your readers and/or create a valuable experience for them. You might have chosen a great niche, but even if you are really enthused about the topic, you can’t write endlessly about your feelings. If you don’t know anything about it, you won’t be adding much substance on the topic.
You can learn as you go. but it best to be clear what you are doing. Rather than presenting yourself as a business expert, for example, let readers know you are a new entrepreneur. Rather than setting your blog up as a “how to make money” site, frame it as a “watch my new business grow, learn from my successes and failures” site.
- Something you have passion for.
Successful blogging is a long-term project. And if you’re going to be blogging about something for years, it had better be something you are interested in. If you thoroughly enjoy the subject, it shows in your writing. It excited you. You are internally motivated to learn and research your topic, to keep up on the surrounding industry, to meet people and attend events related to the topic. You will continually have new material because you’ll be immersed in the topic you love.
#2 Select a Domain
Your first serious consideration will be to find a domain name that’s available. When I coded my first web site in 1994, this was easy. Today, domains are a scarce resource. So plan to take some time finding one that works for you.
You’ll need to spend some time trying different, applicable names. To do this, simply go to any domain registrar (like Network Solutions or GoDaddy) and enter some combinations. NameBoy has a clever tool that allows you to enter various words and it displays myriad possible combinations — along with synonyms — and shows you which are available. It’s a great domain name brainstorming tool.
When choosing your name, make it easy on your readers. Make it easy to find, to remember, to spell your website URL. Think about these issues:
Is your URL descriptive without being spammy?
There’s a fine line between a domain that is descriptive and uses a keyword or two, and one that is downright junk-mail silly. Consider:
CandyCaneBooks.com vs. SuperBudgetBooksOnline.com
AcmeWebsites.com vs. BuyCheapWebsites.com
ParentPatriots.com vs. TheBestMomPolitics.com
Is it easy to spell?
Face it. Lots of folks just can’t spell and even for those who can, some words are harder (and more likely to be misspelled) than others. Consider avoiding words that readers are going to enter incorrectly.
If your domain name has words like “entrepreneur,” “accommodation,” “conscientious,” “embarrass,” or “guarantee” be prepared to have a lot of potential readers end up somewhere else!
Are there multiple possible spellings?
Think hard before choosing a domain with a word that has multiple correct spellings. How will readers remember which one you chose?
For years I’ve owned a popular site with the word “momma” in the URL. In order to keep readers from ending up at a dead end or, worse, at a competing (or copycat) site, each year I pay for the version I use, as well as versions with “mamma” and “mama” in them. Then I have to make sure they are properly redirected to the correct site.
It’s not a huge expense or a deal-breaker, but it is just one more thing on my to-do list.
Are you misspelling on purpose?
Some people think it’s cute to name a business something like Kountry Kitchen, as if using a double letter outweighs the need for proper spelling. Personally, I think it’s goofy, but when you’re on the internet it’s just plain dumb. When you’re striving to get name recognition, do you really want to force your readers to try to remember your fabricated spelling?
That said, I’ve even used invented spellings myself. Sometimes it works if the invented spelling makes sense to the readers. But if you chose to go this route, buy the conventional spelling, too, so those who tend to spell correctly can still find you.
Is your URL excessively long?
Technically, you can have 67 characters in your domain name. But don’t.I strongly suggest you stick with dot com for your top-level domain. Simply put, that is the ending people will assume. If you’re lucky enough that they remember your hostname, you’re probably pushing your luck if you force them to remember an unexpected top-level domain, too.
Still, if another top-level domain really fits your site (for example dot org for a non-profit corporation), use it. One caveat: avoid dot biz. It’s generally considered spammy and will likely cause you all sorts of headaches with your email being filtered and bounced, among other things. (I speak from experience, using dot biz for a legitimate and well-crafted site. I learned my lesson.)
Is this what you want to call your blog?
Whatever domain you end up using, give your site the same name. If you want to call your blog “Suzy’s Happy Blog” and suzyshappyblog.com is taken, choose another name! Let it go! Don’t use the URL mysupersuzyblog.com and then have a huge header that says, “Suzy’s Happy Blog.”
Why? Because if you’re lucky enough that your readers remember your amazing Suzy’s Happy Blog, next time they want to read it, they’re going to go to suzyshappyblog.com and read someone else’s happy entries!
Is your domain hyphenated?
I own a few dozen hyphenated domains. Often, when I have multi-word domains, I use hyphens. But I only buy them if the non-hyphenated version is available as well.Hyphenated names are often much easier to read. Experts-Exchange.com will likely pull a different clientele than expertsexchange.com. And while it might be perfectly legitimate to look for counseling at Therapist-Finder.com, you might wonder about someone doing research on therapistfinder.com.
Distinguishing between words not only helps your readers, but might give you a bit of a bump in the search engines as they, too, can distinguish your keywords when they are separated with hyphens. But, again, I only use hyphenated sites if I can also buy the non-hyphenated site to redirect to my real website.
You want your visitors to return to your site. Make it easy to find you the first time and every time thereafter.
#3 Select Web Hosting
We make it a policy to buy our domains from one provider and our hosting from another. The separation of powers, so to speak, is a level of protection should you have a problem with either company. So once you’ve purchased your domain, I suggest you look at other companies to find a good hosting package.
With that in mind, here are some questions to ask a potential hosting service:
- Disk Space
How much space can I use for my files and images? What happens when I run out?
How much traffic can I generate? What if I exceed my quota?
What is your uptime percentage? On average, what percentage of the time will my site be inaccessible to viewers?
- Customer Service
How do you deal with problems? How can I contact you for help?
How much will hosting cost me each year? Are there payment terms?
It’s also a good idea to get recommendations from people you trust. Online “reviews” may really be nothing more than affiliate sites where people are getting paid to refer your business. They may be honest evaluations, but unless you know the source, you can’t be sure. A few positive recommendations from people who don’t stand to benefit is a good sign of a quality hosting company.
For more help with choosing a host, please check out the BloggingTips Book ‘Choosing A Web Host : Helping You Choose The Right Host For Your Blog‘.
#4 Set Up Your Site
Once you have a domain and hosting purchased, there are a few more things to address. I won’t go into technical detail, but here’s a rundown of what needs to be done.
Point your domain name to your website
In a nutshell, this allows those who type in your URL (held by one provider) to view your website (stored at a different provider).
WordPress installation requires downloading the WordPress package from WordPress.org, creating a database on your server along with a MySQL user who can modify it, uploading some files, changing with a few file names, and running an install script.
Some hosting services have programs that make such installs very easy. If you plan on doing this yourself, make sure your host has the tools you need to match your skill level. Otherwise, you can easily hire someone to take care of the technical side.
Choose a theme
Now you have a fresh, slick WordPress install. But face it, it’s downright ugly. The default theme, a Kubrick variation, is extremely dated and overused. The other installed theme, WordPress Classic is better, but not much. But the beauty of WordPress and its enormous community is that you can choose from thousands and thousands of free themes and hundreds of premium (or paid) themes to turn your ugly little site into a thing of beauty in just minutes!
Get recommendations, do some web search, and find the look to fit your sit topic. Also consider the support provided for the theme you choose. WordPress upgrades often mean theme upgrades are needed as well.
Customize your site
Now that your site has form and style, you’ll still need to tweak a few things to make it your own. I recommend at least the following actions:
- Set your site name and tagline
- Specify link structure
- Add a header image
- Arrange widgets in your sidebar
- Activate Akismet (a default comment spam blocker)
- Add plugins to increase functionality
- Decide on appropriate settings
- Add an RSS feed
- Add a subscription signup
- Create categories and tags
#5 Add Pages
The default WordPress setup starts with two pages: a “Home” page and an “About” page. The Home page shows an excerpt of your most recent posts, in reverse chronological order. The About page is blank, and intended as a holding place for info about you, your site, or your company.
In addition to these two pages, you may want to add others. I suggest every site at least have a contact page that has a form so readers can contact you.
#6 Write Your First WordPress Post
Now that your basic site functions are set, you can begin creating posts. Posts are the heart of a blog, they are the content, they are what drive people to your site. If you’re a blogger, this is where you should probably spend the bulk of your time.
Write a lot, but write with care. Make sure your blog posts:
- Fit with the intended focus of your blog
- Are clear, well-organized, and readable
- Use proper grammar
- Include good HTML structure
- Are appropriately tagged and categorized
You’re officially a blogger, but you’re certainly not done. Now comes the work of adding relevant, helpful content on a regular basis. You’ll need to learn some search engine optimization. You’ll need to draw readers and increase traffic. Depending on your goals, you may want to monetize your site.
There is much left to do and to learn. Blogging isn’t a short-term project. Keep going and keep learning. You’re off to a running start.
How to Set up a Profitable Digital Business with 10 WordPress Themes Packed with Elementor
- Elementor-Packed Website Templates for Business
- Bottoms up
“Elementary”, said Sherlock Holmes to Watson. “Elementor”, said a pro webmaster to a newbie. If you’re looking for a simple, intuitive, and well-documented way to build a website, opt for Elementor themes. The layouts stuffed with the page builder – Elementor serve as the easiest solution for a website owner of any coding skills. Besides, most programmers would recommend this extra helpful plugin even after having experimented with a number of similar ones. Let’s take a closer look what benefits it has over other builders.
Undeniable Benefits of Elementor Page Builder
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First of all, Elementor is a WordPress-compatible plugin intended to help website builders create new pages by drag-and-dropping elements with ease. It features:
- an intuitive and original interface allowing a website owner to craft pages, insert posts, etc.
- extra easy managing system that doesn’t require any specific skills and knowledge;
- the ability to create any page layout or content structure;
- a rich library of pre-designed page layouts which can be imported and configured with ease;
- the ability to tweak and adjust your web pages. Moreover, you have the live preview option allowing you to see what your page currently looks like;
- a collection of diverse content widgets that can be drag-and-dropped anywhere on the page.
Elementor-Packed Website Templates for Business
Those who don’t want to create web pages from scratch can use one of tons amazing templates with Elementor builder. For example, TemplateMonster marketplace offers a bulk of affordable, professional, and thoughtful templates for all occasions and suitable for various business niches.
Impuls – Minimal Design with Maximum Possibilities
Simplicity is one of the factors leading to success. Modern people appreciate easy-accessible online services with an intuitive interface and handy navigation. Impuls provides a similar approach in the website developing process. This Elementor-packed template features minimalistic design dedicated to various business niches. Thus, you won’t have difficulty crafting a corporate site of any complexity. If you don’t find a proper page for your service in the Elementor library, you will be always able to create a new one without effort. Even more, a rich collection of widgets incorporated in the page builder allows to enhance your site to the full and make it visually more appealing.
Imperion – a Chance to Build Your Own Online Empire
For today’s entrepreneurs, the sky is the limit – at least for those who want to run a truly noticeable business website but have no corresponding skills. Imperion is an effective, easy and fast way to make your corporate website come true as soon as possible. You pay only $75 but therefore you get unlimited possibilities to build a unique site. Elementor page builder incorporated will help you create attentive-grabbing layouts with multiple visual tricks and user-friendly options. In addition to impressive animations and headline effects, the template includes WooCommerce support enabling a website owner to run a full-fledged e-store.
BeClinic – a Win-Win Solution for any Medical Website
It’s comfortable, time-saving, and efficient to have a multipurpose template instead of one dedicated to a specific niche. BeClinic proves this statement 100%. There are many demos on different medical themes and a pack of outstanding plugins aimed to enrich your site functionality. The template has a well-thought structure, so much so you won’t have difficulty creating a medical portal, medicine store, online multipurpose clinic, and not only. Using multiple pre-built pages out of the box gives a great chance to establish a website in a matter of several hours. However, if you have not found the page or layout you need, you can easily create it by yourself with drag-n-drop Elementor builder.
Legalor – Building a Reputable Lawyer Website
It’s hard to gain reputation and respect especially on the web. For the reason, you need to set up a user-friendly digital service with a trustworthy interface and work out main principles of its functioning: menu, navigation, publication frequency, etc. With Legalor, you have an all-in-one solution since the theme has a number of tools and options to organize your online business with ease. Thanks to a fully responsive layout, your lawyer website will flow smoothly on any mobile device and tablet. It means that more users will be able to reach out to your service on the web. The more clients your site has, the more income you can await.
DecoDepot – Let Each Detail Be in Place
For any furniture-based project, DecoDeport will serve an impressively looking and smoothly functioning online platform. It’s hard to imagine such a business without an eye-catching digital presentation since the main focus is on attractive images and well-thought sketches. This WordPress template includes all the helpful tools and options needed to underline the uniqueness of your furniture solutions. The layout is stuffed with amazing Parallax animation, impressive visual effects, and alluring widgets like sliders, galleries, etc.
Dividenz – Innovative Solutions for Business
Does your investment-dedicated business need a solid online presence to flourish on the web? Nowadays, any business has to be effectively presented online. Otherwise, it is doomed to failure. Dividenz can modernize your existing investment website or become a brilliant platform for building a new one. The template has a mobile-compatible design, so your website will be accessible for a considerably wider audience. Elementor page builder coming within this layout is stuffed with the comprehensive pack of widgets including helpful maps, impressive sliders, outstanding galleries, handy columns, and many more. Besides, there are tons of setting options (color palette, typography elements, etc.) that can be altered up to your preferences.
Logicon – Smartly-Structured Template for Logistic Companies
Logicon is among the best WP themes packed with Elementor that can make your transportation business shine up on the web. It comes with a stylish, up-to-date overall appearance, user-friendly homepage, and incredibly handy header/footer variants. There are also basic business web pages like About/ Service/ Contact and a set of custom widgets for all the possible needs. The theme is stuffed with additional modules coming within the JetElements addon.
AlpenHouse – Thoughtful WordPress Theme for Vacation Rental Agency
AlpenHouse is a great chance to unleash your business potential and nurture your creativity. It doesn’t matter what programming skills you have since the theme doesn’t require any of them. It features extra flexible interface with a drag-n-drop page builder – Elementor. The template is jam-packed with multiple widgets allowing you to enrich your website look and improve functionality. Moreover, AlpenHouse boasts 14 languages support providing you with the ability to spread your rental business throughout the world.
European Cuisine WordPress Theme
Here is one of modern, sleek yet professional WordPress themes with a well-thought design. Alongside a stylish yet minimalistic appearance, the theme comes with alluring page layouts equipped with helpful website customization options. It is easy to use the theme because it contains a number of fully editable components. You can alter colors, fonts, shapes with a click or even edit charts and images with a drag-n-drop functionality.
Primo – Premium Simplicity for Luxury Business
Need WordPress theme with Elementor designed in line with the latest web trends? Take a closer look at Primo with a set of pre-made web pages, fully responsive layouts, several footer/header styles, and 4 blog styles. All the graphics can be easily edited in accordance with a website owner’s preferences. Thanks to incredibly intuitive interface, you will run a feature-rich website in no time.
You’ve just looked through the top-notch business Elementor templates designed especially for WordPress. All of them can be used for multiple purposes, whether you want to set up a corporate website, a full-fledged digital store, or anything else. Besides visual attractiveness, all these themes come with incredibly handy page constructor – Elementor which gives limitless possibilities to create a dream website in a matter of several hours.
Best WordPress Landing Page Builders to Look for in 2019
If you are just starting out with WordPress you might find it quite difficult to design pages the way you really want, that’s where WordPress Landing Page Builders are introduced into the equation.
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This where WordPress landing page builders help you design pages with easy drag and drop editors so you do not have to mingle with coding.
Although most editors allow you to use custom HTML and CSS elements if you want to elevate the experience of your page even more.
What is a Landing Page and a Landing Page Builder?
A landing page is a web page, that’s slightly different from the rest of your website. Its purpose is to be shown to people that are typically coming through a promotional campaign.
A Landing Page Builder is a specifically made tool to help you create those particular pages with ease in order to increase your conversion without the need for technical knowledge.
Why you need one?
A landing page builder will become really handy if you are planning on doing paid advertising campaigns like Google Ads for example and/or Facebook ads.
Specifically, when you ran those type of advertisements you want to point potential leads to a tailored made page where you will be able to convince them to sign up for your service.
So if you are planning on doing paid advertising you should definitely take a look at how to create perfectly design landing page through some landing page examples.
Let’s take a quick look at some of the best WordPress Landing Page Builder and what they offer.
Price: Three available tiers to cater for all budgets. Personal Plan: $49/year for 1 site, Business Plan: $99/year for 3 sites and Unlimited Plan: $199/year for unlimited websites.
Free trial: Free forever although limited features.
Elementor is a WordPress landing page builder that seamlessly allows you to build landing pages directly through WordPress. According to their website
It comes prepacked with a fast and intuitive Drag and Drop editor where only your imagination can stop you from creating the perfect landing page!
Additionally, it offers you the ability to shift between desktop and mobile versions to optimize your pages across various devices.
Finally, they provide you with 24/7 customer support to help you with any issues you might encounter.
And if you are just starting out with setting up your WordPress website Elementor offers you a huge range of WordPress Hosting platforms for you to choose from!
2. Thrive Architect
Price: You can opt-in for a 19$/month membership and have access to a wide variety of plugins and features. Otherwise if you only need a WordPress landing page builder you can opt in for a single lice at $67 or 5 licences for $97.
Free trial: Not Available
Thrive Architect is part of a broader suite of WordPress plugins called, Thrive Themes.
Thrive Architect is a really versatile wordpress landing page builder that allows you to create pages literally at the speed of light with their drag and drop editor.
Additionally, if you dislike coding which assumes you do otherwise you will not be looking at a landing page builder. Thrive Architect provides you with a range of landing page templates for you to use.
To be precise it offers more than 200 carefully designed templates. To either build sales pages, lead generation pages and or webinar signup pages.
A cool feature of Thrive architect is that they include conversion elements directly through the editor. Like lead generation forms where you can integrate them with other email marketing service providers and send out amazing newsletter templates.
Price: Essential Plan : $99/month, Premium Plan: $199/month, Enterprise: $499+/month
Free trial: 30-Day free trial for the first two plans while for the enterprise solution you will have to talk with them directly.
The unique selling points of Unbounce are:
That you will literally require no technical skills to install and or code due to their amazing drag and drop editor.
They also offer a range of pre-optimized and tested templates made for conversions power by Artificial Intelligence technology to supercharge your lead generation!
As well as a deduplication feature to create multiple landing pages at the click of a button.
Finally, SSL Encryption which is a key point to ensure to your customers that are visiting a highly secure website is automatically enabled to all your landing pages.
Price: Standard Plan: $37/month, Pro Plan: $79/month, Advanced Plan: $321/month
Free trial: 14-days free trial
Leadpages provides you with a complete set of solutions to supercharge your landing pages growth(hint: your revenue).
Leadpages has so many features that we might need the whole night and day to list all of them some of the most notable ones that will capture your attention besides the drag and drop editor most solutions offer.
It’s really is to install and manage within WordPress as a Plugin.
Easily create SEO-Friendly pages so you do not have to worry about organic traffic anymore, specifically you will be able to edit the metadata fields directly through the editor.
And finally, if you are an agency or web development studio you will love that feature!
You are able to establish various sub-accounts so you can easily manage team members or clients.
And finally for the more techie people around here you are also able to code in HTML if you want to take things even further as well as insert custom and hidden form fields to pass on cookie data to other pages on your website.
That concludes this article, we’ve taken a quick look at some of the most prominent WordPress landing page builder, these are only four examples of WordPress Landing Page Builders there are probably a dozen more of those out there.
So make sure you do your due diligence before choosing one, although these four mentioned within the article are a great starting point for your research!
The Only Surefire Way to Protect Your WordPress Sites in 2019
If you’ve been reading this blog, chances are you’re taking your blog and business seriously, right?
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If so, why don’t you insure your blog and back up it?
You have insurance on your home, your pets, why not your blog?
Imagine you are locked out of your WordPress site, or your site crashes, leaving you with nothing.
All of your work down the drain.
A site could go down in a million different ways, including bad plugins, server crashes, malware, user errors, buggy updates and tons of other things. Most of these scenarios are beyond your control, but all would be detrimental to your site.
Your site could easily go down next.
Get this, on average, 30,000 websites are hacked every day.
You might think, “I’m just a startup, I’m just a independent business, why would a cyber criminal target me?”
Hackers don’t target anyone. They have automatic scanning tools that search the internet for any vulnerable websites to attack and claim as their own using a malicious code. Once they have your site, they lock you out and you are left with nothing.
Your site, your hard work and your money – all down the drain. Cyber criminals have everything that you have created, and worse, all of your personal and financial information would be attached to a website that you can no longer access. If you don’t protect your website, your helping cyber criminals take down small business owners.
Can you afford to risking losing your website and your income without warning? If you WordPress site got hacked, corrupted or erased, you would lose everything. This includes content, comments, images, data, plugins, database and TIME.
How will you support yourself as you as you rebuild everything from scratch?
So how do you fully protect your blog?
Why let a glitch take your entire website away from you?
You protect all of your other valuable belongings, so take the same precautionary steps with your blog. Spend a few minutes backing up your WordPress site before you have to completely rebuild it. You owe it to yourself to back-up the site that you have worked long and hard to create.
So how do you protect yourself?
Well, there are two ways.
First, buy ‘preventive’ plugins and softwares that attempt to thwart the attacks which is important, but still not a full-proof system.
Why? Because if your site does go down… that it.
That’s why as a serious blogger you MUST make sure that if your site goes down you have a solid backup plan to restore it.
So as an avid blogger, that’s where I knew their was a big problem to solve and created Wp Twin.
I’m proud to say WP Twin is the only time tested software you need to instantly back-up your entire WordPress, no matter how big helping over 2 million users.
It’s so easy to backup your site there’s no excuse.
Just follow these simple steps:
- Upload the clone script to your WordPress.
- Navigate to the clone page and click a button to clone to fully clone your site.
- Download the clone file to your computer or device. (Note: you can also delete the clone file from your database to save space and for security reasons)
- Upload the clone script & file to your new site, navigate to the redeploy page and click a button… that’s it! Now you’ve successfully cloned your entire site and moved it to a new domain.
If anything happens, don’t rebuild your site from scratch. Have unharmed a twin just waiting to be deployed and pick right up where you left off as if nothing even happened.
Plus, you can benefit from site cloning multiple ways.
WP Twin is also a beneficial marketing tool, too.
Instead of hours or weeks of manual labor creating websites for clients, instantly clone any website you want in seconds to rank for different long-tail keywords. Clone any site! If you need to create sales letters, OTO pages, or want to sell websites to offline businesses, save time and money by cloning with a click.
As a blogger, time is important and I know I don’t have hours to waste setting up a site from scratch.
And best of all this is NOT plugin that could crash when you need it most.
You don’t drive your car and just hope nothing happens to it. You protect yourself and your belongings with insurance and you should do the same for your WordPress site. Instead of hoping nothing happens to your site, now there’s no excuse not to secure it.
This resource guide was written by Ben Murray, who is the cofounder of WpTwin, the top, time tested WordPress backup, clone, and restore solution helping a customers a record 2 million times. While this software is normally a high-ticket price, because Ben’s a fan of this blog’s readers so you can get a special no-monthly fee discount and ‘Agency Rights’ to unlimited clones today.
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