Increasing Engagement on Your Websites

Yanofsky, Brandon. “12 Ways to Keep Visitors on Your Site Longer.”Wpcurve.com. N.p., 3 Mar. 2015. Web. 27 Mar. 2016. Yanofsky “is an Internet entrepreneur and WordPress developer. He provides WordPress advice and tutorials at myWPexpert ” ( Bio ). In this article, Yanofsky explains aboout developing “strategies you can implement today to keep visitors engaged and on your site longer” ( Yanofsky par. 5). Ways to make your visitors more engaged in your site involves choosing “a theme that has text that is large enough to read and legible, that has an easy to use navigation system, and has a very clean design” (Yanofsky par. 11). “internal linking” is important because it allows the user to navigate “from one post to another” (Yanofsky par. 18). He explains how the the title of an article should be clear about what your text is about and that is also creative so that it wouldn’t sound too dull. Rather than placing everything in text, the site should vary with multimedia platforms such as audio and video. The purpose of this article is to inform the reader how to develop a site that can engage the audience for a longer period of time. The target audience are for businesses who want to create a website, or for individuals who are interested into creating a site. This article is useful because it gives insight of what the general population is attracted to in a website. It gives us knowledge about a website’s purpose; Does it want to appeal to visitors or is it strictly meant for...

How to Edit a Link in Your WordPress Site Menu

For those of you in Mrs. Arrington’s English 1102 class, the link for the submission form under the “Projects” drop-down menu is for Dr. Wharton’s class. Here are the steps to resolve this issue below (WITH PICTURES [click to enlarge]): View your “Dashboard”,  find and hover the  “Appearance” tab, and click the “Menu” link. Locate the “Submission Form” box. Click the arrow next t the “Custom Link” text. Highlight and delete the text in the URL field. Copy the link to Mrs. Arrington’s Google Doc (https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1RHVV12T2xfJ-eWwN35IYaGCd0rcfXdoI4syDgMtka7o/viewform?embedded=true) After pasting the link into the URL field box, save the...
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