How to Run Google Analytics Content Experiments on WordPress

Do you know if your website is doing as well as it should be? Do you know if you chose the best text for your CTA button? Or if your headline isn’t performing as well as possible?

Unless you’re regularly testing different versions of your site – the simple truth is that you can’t know because you don’t have the data to know. To get that data – or at least to come closer to the right answer – you can run A/B tests to compare different versions of your site and see which performs better.

Many WordPress users can’t figure out how to run A/B tests on WordPress, though. Or, they can’t afford the premium tools that make A/B tests easy.

To help solve the problem, I’m going to show you how to run Google Analytics Content Experiments on WordPress for an easy, and free, way to split test your WordPress site.
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How to Automatically Share Content on Social Media The Right Way

If you’re publishing new content on the regular, I’m betting you want people to actually see it, right?

Ok, that’s a silly question. Unless you’re a unicorn – you probably created a website because you wanted to get it in front of the world’s collective eyeballs.

Well, in addition to a bunch of other methods, sharing your content on social media is one of the best ways to do just that.

But here’s the rub:

Most people are so busy actually creating content, that the last thing they want to do is spend even more time sharing that content on social media.

So, to help you out, I’m going to dedicate this post to showing you how to automatically share content on social media. Then, to stop you from becoming the social media equivalent of a robot, I’ll share some tips to automate without annoying your followers.

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15 Examples of Highly Successful WordPress Businesses

Do you hear those rumblings? That’s the sound of the slow shifting of the WordPress economy…

In the past few months, Automattic has made forays into areas they’ve traditionally left to others with the addition of themes in Jetpack and third-party plugins for WordPress.com Business plans. In both cases, those changes caused consternation among existing WordPress businesses worried about Automattic’s encroachment into niches previously left untapped.

Tack on debate over how the new Gutenberg Editor will handle existing plugin and theme functionality and there’s no doubt that there are tectonic shifts going on underneath the WordPress economy.

But while that may be the case, there are still plenty of healthy, vibrant businesses that are built on WordPress. And in this post, we want to share some of our favorites to remind everyone that you can still build a successful business in WordPress.

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10 Essential Features That Every Medical Practice Website Needs

Your medical practice website is where you make a first impression on potential patients and connect with your existing patients. It’s an important part of growing your medical practice and helping your patients lead healthier lives.

But sometimes creating a successful website feels a bit like rocket science. I mean, what actually goes into creating a stellar medical website that:

  • Makes a good first impression with potential new patients
  • Helps your existing patients get better care

That’s what I’ll be digging into in this post. I’ll give you ten key features that your medical website needs if you want it to be successful. And to ground every tip in reality, I’ll also pull in real-world examples from existing medical practitioner’s websites so that you can get an idea of how these tips play out in the real world.

Let’s jump right in…

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15 Reliable Places to Find WordPress Jobs – Full Time, Remote + More!

Looking to find WordPress jobs? Because of how massively popular WordPress has become, there’s plenty of work out there.

But to get that work, you have to actually be able to find it. And sometimes that can be the hard part, right? See, there’s no single “source” for WordPress jobs. Instead, you have to scour the Internet to find work….

Or, you could skip the scouring and just read this post. Because in just a few seconds, I’m going to lay out 15 different places where you can find WordPress jobs. So whether you’re a seasoned developer or have other WordPress skills to bring to the table, keep reading to learn about all of the places where you can find work.

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