Easy WordPress Challenge: Optimize Your Website, Boost Reach | Kristen Palana | Skillshare

Easy WordPress Challenge: Optimize Your Website, Boost Reach

Kristen Palana, Professor, Award-Winning Artist, Digital Do-Gooder

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16 Lessons (1h 25m)
    • 1. Introduction and Welcome

      2:24
    • 2. Grab Your Monkey Wrench: Use this Easy Tool to See What Needs Improving

      7:35
    • 3. Need Help Speeding Up Your Site? Use This Tool to Easily Compress Your Images

      2:24
    • 4. One Good Reason to Get the SSL Certificate for Your Site (And Why I Did Too)

      4:59
    • 5. Tweak Your Layout Like This on Your Posts & Pages and See Nearly Instant Results

      7:19
    • 6. Easy Ways to Move Your Sidebar

      3:07
    • 7. Making Multiple Sidebars With Targeted Ads Based on Your Site's Specifc Content

      9:59
    • 8. Adding Affiliate Links and/or Promoting Your Own Products/Services

      5:51
    • 9. The Power of Deep Linking and How to Create a Deep Link For Your Website

      3:11
    • 10. A Sneaky Affiliate Tip You Might Consider Trying

      2:47
    • 11. Got a Mailing List? Newsletter Opt-In Form Optimization For More Sign-Ups

      3:26
    • 12. (Optional) How to Use the Bloom Plugin and Setting Up Opt-In Forms

      10:06
    • 13. Find Your Tribe: Use Social Media Groups to Boost Engagement and Drive Traffic

      9:21
    • 14. Some Recent Results From Social Media Traffic: More Followers and Subscribers

      2:41
    • 15. How to Make Your Blog Posts Go Viral With One Simple Free Tool

      9:03
    • 16. Thank You for Taking This Course!

      0:51

Project Description

WordPress Website Before and After

Using the Website Grader and the other tools and techniques in this course, give us an idea of where your website was at before you started the course.

Then, tell or show us how you ended up after having taken the course. What is your Website Grader score now? What changes did you make or plan to make?

Use words, images, or whatever best describes your progress.

Cheers and good luck!

Kristen

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