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10 WordPress Plugins for Better Interaction

I’ve always looked for ways to stir up interaction among my readers; not because I need the attention, but because it’s great for business. The more opportunity your audience has to connect with you, the better chance they have of getting to know you. And the more they know you, the more they trust you. Today, I thought I’d share some tools (or plugins) to help you win over the attention of your audience! There are a number of ways to connect with your audience – on, and off – of your site thanks to WordPress Plugins. With the help of these (mostly free) plugins, we can add applications and interfaces to our site that will drive traffic faster than a $100 cash giveaway (which is another great way to boost interaction). Without further ado, let’s look at our Top Ten WordPress Plugins for Better Interaction. We’ll break them down into categories to make it easier to follow along. Social Media 1. Kebo Twitter Feed Twitter is quickly becoming the number one social media choice of teens, young adults, and businesses worldwide. Therefore, we suggest incorporating your Twitter stream right into your blog or website. Kebo Twitter Feed does exactly […]
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Web Design vs Content

Whether you’re an amateur blogger or an eCommerce business owner, your main goal is to attract more users to your website and, ultimately, sell more products (or gain new subscribers). But with so many sites on the Internet these days, what can you do to improve your site and make it stand out in the crowd? Luckily, over the last few years, we’ve learned new ways to use HTML, CSS, and JavaScript to style pages and make them more fun and interactive. We’ve also learned ways to gain recognition from search engines like Google, Bing, and Yahoo. But is design and SEO enough? Sure, you can design webpages that lure your readers deeper into your website. You can even add buttons with intriguing text on them in hopes that your audience will click through. But these design techniques and strategies may mean little when the page they land on has terrible content. First, let me explain what page content is, and how you should use it. What is Page Content? In short, page content are the elements on a page that your audience can read, view, watch, or interact with. It can inform your reader about a product, service, topic, […]
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