with Integrated Blog/Information Center
Let a WordPress virtual assistant make your life easier and get these tasks off your to-do list:
- Set up hosting for your WordPress site and blog
- Install a WordPress blog
- Install and configure WordPress plugins and widgets on your blog
- Configure and schedule your automatic backup your WordPress blog
- Maintain your RSS feeds
- Set up automation to push/or pull your blog content to your various social networks
- Manage your online reputation
- Set up any affiliate images and links you are participating in and want on your site
- Setup and configure your list building service to email blog posts as newsletters
- Monitor performance metrics and stats using tools such as Google Analytics
- Customize your WordPress blog site
- Perform the needed keyword research and on-page Search Engine Optimization to get your website found by potential customers looking for your services/products.
- Teach you how to utilize the features of your site so you can easily maintain your on-page SEO strategies.
There are many aspects to a WordPress project. Please complete the project form as best as you can. I need you to dedicate some time and thought to the questions included in order for this project to go as smoothly as possible, and for the final results to be what you’re expecting.
It takes planning, organization, and discussion. We’re not going to just wing it. Together, you and I will work with each other to bring your WordPress site to life.
Here’s a little tip about WordPress sites:
The functionality and design style of your WordPress site is a combination of three things coming together:
- The WordPress software
- The theme chosen
- The plugins installed
All three play a part in providing the final result that is your WordPress site. All of them have their roles to play as they intermingle with each other.
A WordPress site consists of Pages and Posts. Pages would be your static pages, much like the regular pages of a traditional website. Posts are for your blog posts. Posts automatically become part of and update your site’s RSS feed. WordPress sites automatically create and update the RSS feed file. Nothing special has to be done. The RSS feed is how people subscribe to your site and recieve notification that you’ve posted something new to your blog.
The real beauty of having a WordPress website is that it will be easier for you to maintain and manage this site on your own, and without the need for web design software or knowledge of programming. Saying that, it’s good to have a few resources to call on for the more technical items that arise from time to time. When you come across something that you feel is beyond your comfort zone, having tech-types to call is a good thing.