Each month we wade through the ‘noise’ (all the content out there), so you don’t have to do it, and bring you five pieces of content we think are worth checking out!
Here are this month’s picks:
1. Hubspot shares 10 website goals to focus on this year.
A website is so much more than just a collection of web pages. It is a powerful platform to reach new customers, educate/inspire your community, and more! But you can’t just throw a site up and expect it to work for you – there are things you can do to ensure you’re setting your site up for the best success!
Head on over and read 10 Website Goals to Focus On in 2023 now so you can get started today.
2. Cindy Bidar reminds us to patch the holes in our marketing & sales funnels.
When it comes to our marketing and sales funnels, Cindy says it best:
You’ll never have a completely leak-free funnel. You’ll never convert every blog reader into a VIP client (wouldn’t THAT be nice!) But you can patch the holes, minimize the leaks, and greatly improve your overall conversion rates—and your cash flow.
Wondering what leaks your marketing & sales funnel have that need to be patched? Take a few minutes to read 7 Marketing & Sales Funnel Leaks You Can Fix Today.
3. Jennifer Burke encourages us to share more on our About Page.
Your website ‘About Page’ may very well benefit from the addition of some more information about YOU. Don’t be afraid to share some of what makes you different because it helps others connect!
Read Jennifer’s full post with lots of ideas here.
4. The Team at Yoast reminds us to make sure we’re providing a secure website connection for our users.
In this oldie but goodie, you’ll get a breakdown of what HTTP and HTTPS mean, the difference between the two, and why one is more important.
Read Here: SEO Basics: What is HTTPS?
5. Pam Hamilton reminds us that invisible businesses are failing businesses.
You can have the best website in the world, but if you are invisible that website doesn’t mean anything. But wait, this doesn’t mean you have to be visible to everyone! Pam hits the nail on the head when she says:
Because here’s the thing, visibility is crucial . . . but you don’t need to be visible to the whole world! You just need to be visible to the right people . . . to your people, to the people who are your ideal clients.
Ready to increase your visibility? Read Increase Your Visibility: A strong Client Attracting Message Gets More Eyes On You! now.
6. WP engine provides security tips & best practices for WordPress site owners.
In this day and age we can never be too careful when it comes to making sure our WordPress sites are secure! Like WP Engine says:
While there’s no “one-size-fits-all” security solution for every WordPress site, there are a few best practices that can make a big impact.
Before the article jumps into the tips and best practices, they share why sites get hacked in the first place; a great section to help us understand why hackers do what they do.
Read here: 6 WordPress Security Tips and Best Practices Every Site Owner Should Know
That’s it for this time around and now it’s your turn! Leave a comment below and let us know what great content you’ve come across.