WordPress Website Tutorial: Cheat Sheet For Beginners

Let me start by wishing all of you a happy new year and a very prosperous 2019. For those of you who follow our Web Grower, you will see that we have recently created numerous WordPress website tutorials for beginners covering topics such as how to create and write a WordPress blog post. In this […]

WordPress Tutorial: How to create a WordPress blog post

It’s been a little while since we last posted a WordPress tutorial, so now seems like an appropriate time to address this by answering one of the most popular questions any Cheshire web agency will hear… How do you create a WordPress blog post?? Now, it’s perfectly understandable if you do not know. Typically, when […]

Tutorial: Writing your own Search Engine Result descriptions

There is nothing more frustrating than browsing through dozens of search engine results and finding nothing. Especially when you stumble across a search result that matches the exact description or keywords you search for and it turns out to be a website with no relevance! Don’t worry, you are not the first and you certainly […]

What is SEO ?

SEO stands for Search Engine Optimisation. If you search Google for information and it gave irrelevant search results (you searched for apples and it showed you websites for tractors) you would stop using it pretty quickly, which in turn means the advertisers (like the results down the right of the page) would stop advertising with […]

How to choose my Keywords ?

Keyword strategy. Basically this what your whole Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) activity will revolve around. It’s the matching of ‘what you do’ with ‘what people search for’. This might sound a little complex, it’s not, but it is very important to get this clarity at the beginning, as everything else stems from it. First I’d […]

How to use Microsoft 2007 to make postings on your DNN (DotNetNuke) Blog

When logged on as an administrator, go the blog modules admin settings and select “Edit Blog Settings”.   On the settings page you will see “MetaWeblog Options”. Copy the URL (website address).   Go to Word and select “Publish” > “Blog”   From the drop down select “Other”   From the API drop down select […]