There are plenty of proofreading software and tools available online which allow you to proofread your documents for free. Relying on them for a cursory check while writing is okay. But solely trusting such automated algorithms to verify your work for “mistakes” and “grammatical errors” is only a recipe for disaster, especially when machines still haven’t grasped the intricacies of human language and grammar.
You’ve heard how good WordPress is in terms of expandability, customization and you decided to give it a try. Installing a basic copy of WordPress won’t take too long; but if you are looking for more stability, traffics, search engine optimization, etc, here’s few of my recommendation: The things you should do after installing WordPress.
Blogging can be difficult for the new blogger. Platforms such as WordPress make blogging easy for all levels of blogging. But there are some tips the beginners, and even the experts, may not know.
One of the many criticisms bloggers often face is formatting issues. It’s easy to ignore or not know formatting.
8 tips for better contact form conversions All in all, however, boosting conversions and lead generation is a matter of optimizing your forms. Here’s how you can alleviate some of the necessary evils that come with forms. 1. Change the Button Copy Every form has a submit button — it’s the final step that saves … Read More
WordPress Speed Optimization: Beating The New Google PageSpeed Insights Beyond being a thorn in the side of many a WordPress webmaster, Google’s PageSpeed Insights tool is also one of the most well-known tools for WordPress speed optimization. This free tool accepts your site’s URL and spits back two scores that indicate how optimized your site … Read More