With WordPress’ famous five minute install, it’s tempting to rush in and start your website straight away without a second thought; but without a little bit of planning, you may find yourself subject to some costly mistakes as you get up and running.
You invest a lot of time creating great content for your blog, so don’t lose the reader’s interest by publishing content with thoughtlessly scattered images (or even worse, none at all!).
Designing effective page layouts is important for higher reader engagement and conversions, but most people don’t understand how or when to use the right type of layout for their content.
If you are are serious about creating a WordPress website, you’ve likely run across the dilemma of whether or not to stick with free themes or go with a full-fledged premium solution such as a single-purpose theme or framework.
High traffic volume is worth nothing if visitors aren’t sticking around long enough to become even a lead or prospect, let alone a customer.
Good design is subjective. Just because you think something looks amazing or because a design has received good responses in the past doesn’t mean it will resonate with your customers.