How to Offer Email Subscriptions in WordPress with Jetpack

Allowing email subscriptions to new posts and comments in a blog or website is a way to retain visitors. It enables you to make a previously interested website visitor come back for more. To be a subscriber, a person has to enter their email on your website and confirm the subscription via email. Based on the subscription management tool that is being used, subscribers are notified as you make new blog posts or if new comments are made to the discussion thread.

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Verify WordPress Website in Google, Bing and Pinterest Using Jetpack

One of the main sources of traffic for a website is search engines. Considering the large number of people that search and discover websites through search engines like Google and Bing, it is necessary to have a search engine presence. While your pages are automatically listed in search results, it is much better to have a control over them. That is why the top search engines have a webmaster tools section where site owners and managers can do different things.

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How to Serve Images from the Cloud in WordPress using Jetpack

A fast loading website means a better user experience. Pages that take a long time to load are not that fun for visitors. People might close the page if they find that it is taking a long time to load. When this happens, your bounce rate goes up. Faster page loading time is also an indicator in search engine rankings. That is why webmasters do a lot of optimizations to make sure that their pages are loading quickly.

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How to Display Related Posts in WordPress using Jetpack

Displaying related posts after a blog article is one of the ways to keep your readers longer. If you’re able to show interesting topics right after someone finishes reading your post, you might get one additional page view. It allows you to retain your visitors while decreasing your bounce rates. More views are always good if you’re trying to make a blog successful.

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How to Install WordPress Manually in Any Webhost

While most web-hosting companies offer automated installing solutions for WordPress, you might come across situations where you want to or have to install WordPress manually. That means, instead of an automated web-based installer, you’ll use the blogging software’s own installation wizard. It allows you to install a clean version of WordPress.

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How to Install WordPress in HostMonster with Mojo Marketplace One-Click Installs

If you are looking to simplify the process of installing WordPress in your HostMonster hosting account, then use their automated installation service known as Mojo Marketplace. It is a free tool that will start an automated process for WordPress installation. All you have to do is follow the web based installation steps. You don’t have to manually upload files, create databases and link them up.

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How to Install WordPress in HostGator with “QuickInstall” – Automated Installation

When it comes to installing WordPress, webhosts like HostGator offer an automated installation feature from their control panel. This feature allows us to install WordPress with a web based installer. We do not have to download the script of the software from the official website, upload it, create a database and set it up. It all happens automatically.

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