Posts by msuser

3 WordPress Plugins to make your life easier

WordPress is a wonderful CMS, as it helps to create websites quickly and to a high standard. But it can sometimes be a little difficult to the novice user. By adding some of the following plugins it can be easily operated by anyone, from masters to novices!… Read the rest

What I’ve learnt after 21 days and 200+ Tweets

As a bit of a departure to the usual content you read on the Marketing Signals blog, I thought I would share a little more about what I’ve been up to in the past few weeks outside of Marketing Signals.

Around 3 weeks ago (25th May 2016) I decided to see if I could build a Following on Twitter by Tweeting relevant and (hopefully) interesting content on a range of subjects including; SEO, PPC, Content Marketing, Social Media, Email Marketing and Blogging Tips.… Read the rest

Are your offline competitors the same as your online competitors?

Any business or brand should have a good idea of who their main competitors are. However in some instances, offline competitors are not necessarily the same as online ones. For example a an online only retailer cannot measure themselves against a competitor with 500 retail outlets as they trade in different ways.… Read the rest

Why choose WordPress?

There are many reasons why you should choose WordPress and today’s post will discuss a few of them. So if you want the answer to: Why should I choose WordPress? Keep reading…

Easy to Use

WordPress is great for beginners and experts, it offers a simple easy to use service which anyone can easily get involved with.… Read the rest

Editing the wp-config File

Some Useful Things You Can Do With The WordPress wp-config File

If you thought that the wp-config file was just that thing that WordPress created for you when you first installed WordPress. Well er, you’d be right but it can do so much more…

Below you will find some useful things you can do to help improve your WordPress website by simply adding a single line of code to your wp-config file.… Read the rest

How to find the code you’re looking for in WordPress

If you build or manage WordPress sites then you know that making design changes or editing functions can often be more complicated than you first hoped.

Perhaps you’ve inherited a site that you didn’t build – or you’re working on a site you haven’t touched for a year – and you’re not sure where to find certain things; the specific template file you need to edit, or the php function that is causing that bug.… Read the rest

The Importance of Deciphering Keywords and User Intent

Over time Google has become a much more robust and thoughtful machine. In previous years keywords formed the basis of our initial work. Making sure the right keywords were on the right pages, the right amount of times was vital. Phrases such as “exact match” and “keyword stuffing” were regularly heard around SEO offices the world over.… Read the rest

The New Adwords Age

Out with the old and in with the new! Google recently announced a redesign of their ‘old school’ Adwords platform, which will aim to give a more approachable feel for every user.  This is to tie in with the demand of technology, particularly smartphone usage, and will aim to include more Google Analytic’s type statistics and options within it’s interface.… Read the rest

Why You Should Update The Design Of Your Website

Having a website is a great way market your business online, however if that website has an outdated design it could lessen your impact online in terms of traffic, conversions and ranking. To avoid lagging behind the competition here are some great reasons to keep your website up to date with the latest design techniques.… Read the rest

Email Signatures: The Good, The Bad & The What Were You Thinking?

Email is one of those things we use every day without really giving it much thought. We send them, we receive them, we send quite a lot of them to the spam folder, never to be seen again and well, we also archive a hell of a lot of them too!… Read the rest