The 16 Best WordPress Analytics Plugins in 2019

What’s the one thing more overwhelming than the volume of your analytics data? I’m willing to be its the volume of analytics plugin options on WordPress. Installing an analytics plugin for your WordPress site allows you to get all your site’s data, metrics, and insights without leaving your WordPress dashboard. The majority of users choose Google Analytics, although I’ve chosen some non-GA plugins, too. While Google Analytics is a powerful option, many find the sheer amount of data available on GA daunting, and the interface clunky. WordPress plugins aim to simplify the interface so that users get to the data they need without feeling overwhelmed. If you do use Google Analytics, we have a comprehensive guide on How to Set Up Google Analytics for WordPress. With new plugins hitting the market monthly, and specialist plugins offering specific insights, it can be difficult to figure out which one is right for you. To help you sort through, we’ve compiled a list of the best analytics for WordPress plugins in 2019. We’ll explore basic differences, as well[…]

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The 14 Best WordPress Appointment Plugins in 2019

As a marketer, one of your main goals is to collect high-quality leads for your sales team — but, when those leads try to make appointments to learn more about your products or services, are they being delighted as well as they could be? Ultimately, creating an efficient, streamlined process for client appointment scheduling is essential for satisfying your prospects and ensuring you don’t lose their interest simply due to a lack of simplicity. If you have a WordPress site, you’re in luck — there are simple, clean, easy-to-use appointment plugins you can implement to ensure you’re delighting your prospects every time. Plus, optimizing your scheduling process doesn’t just help your prospects — it also helps you make scheduling the least time-consuming thing you have to do. Here, we’re going to dive into our favorite 14 WordPress appointment plugins. But first — what are some characteristics of an exceptionally good one? The Characteristics of the Best WordPress Appointment Plugins What makes a good appointment plugin? There are nine criteria that a plugin should meet to[…]

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How to Set Up a Blog

How to Set Up a Blog [VIDEO] How to Set Up a Blog Blogging has become a very popular way to communicate with others. Many businesses use blogs to teach and inform people about things related to their business. Others write blogs to share their stories and experiences. Perhaps you have seriously considered writing a blog but don’t have the slightest idea where to begin. Well, here are a few tips about how to set up a blog. Of course you should first choose a subject for your blog. Not every article has to be on the same subject, but there should be a common thread. For instance, if your blog is about raising children, you can include articles about shopping for kid’s clothes, school lunches, childproofing your home, etc. But you wouldn’t write an article about how to train your dog to sit up or how jet travel was first introduced to the world. Staying on subject is important because people will return to your blog again and again if they are interested in[…]

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14 of the Best WordPress Survey Plugins

Are your users happy with your website, or are you simply assuming they are? Whether you’re looking to improve the user experience on your website, increase your customer satisfaction, or simply learn more about your visitors, embedding a survey on your website is the fastest way to get the feedback you need. Ultimately, knowledge is power. In this blog post, we’ll take a look at some of the best WordPress plugins to collect user feedback on your website — without the need for a developer.   1. Survey Anyplace Image Source Survey Anyplace allows you to create fun surveys, quizzes, and assessment tests for your WordPress website. The free version is very generous. You can choose from a wide variety of question types to get the feedback you need — such as ratings, slide bars, or image choices, as well as traditional open-ended and multiple choice questions. Additionally, you can use basic question logic-skip to ensure you’re not asking redundant questions, based off a respondent’s previous answers. If you don’t know what to ask your[…]

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The 15 Best WordPress Booking Plugins in 2019

The more you can automate, the more you can focus on delivering value for your customers. However, it can be difficult to create automated processes without diminishing the customer experience. Fortunately, certain tools are able to provide both efficiency for you and satisfaction for your customers — and one of those tools is a WordPress booking and scheduling plugin. In fact, a myriad of WordPress booking plugins exist to help you save time while actually providing a smoother and more convenient experience for your customers. Take a look at this list of WordPress booking plugins, which can help you free yourself up to focus on the more important aspects of your business by increasing your efficiency, eliminating stress, and providing clarity. The 6 Characteristics of the Best WordPress Booking Plugins How do you know which plugin is best for your business? Good WordPress booking plugins do the following: Provide customers with your work hours and availability. Allow them to choose a time. Encourage customer input. Save the input in a customer database. Automatically save your[…]

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The 7 Best WordPress Email Plugins in 2019

If your business has a blog, sending out an email newsletter is essential. Not only is it a simple way to distribute your content, but it can also help you better understand what type of content is resonating with your target audience so you can optimize your content strategy. Beyond content distribution, an email newsletter can also help generate paying customers for your business. An email newsletter brings engaged customers back to your site on a regular basis — which can increase your revenue by up to 23%. WordPress is quickly becoming a one-stop-shop for businesses looking to establish their presence online. Roughly 75 million websites active today are built on WordPress, meaning that WordPress alone powers about 27% of the internet. So, you’re cranking out content on your WordPress blog, and you know you can grow your business through an email newsletter … Wouldn’t it be great if you could send this newsletter directly within WordPress? Fortunately, with plugins, you can. Using plugins, you can extend the functionality of WordPress beyond just a website[…]

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