You’re a web writer. You use software to browse the Internet, to write documents, to share documents, to store notes, to track time. Here you can learn about the best software options to meet your unique web-writing needs.
Project Management Software can be a valuable tool. If used properly, it can be a time-saver… especially on complicated projects with a lot of different parts. But it can also be a time waster if you don’t carefully choose your software and implement it thoughtfully.
Google’s Search Console Insights (SCI) presents information in a user-friendly way, so you can quickly see how a website is performing.
If you’re using Mailchimp, you might not be aware of a handy feature called Click Map. Click Map shows which links users clicked on and how many times users clicked each link. It’s like a heat map for links.
When you have an email list, lots of time and effort goes into understanding what your readers want. Here you’ll find tracking tools you can use and tips for improving things like open rates and clickthroughs based on what those tools reveal.
This step by step guide to using the Gutenberg Block Editor in WordPress will set you are your way to creating beautiful pages and posts without any fuss.
Get excited to explore the power of the Gutenberg block editor. With Gutenberg, you can do more with fewer plugins, work easily with multimedia layouts, and create something beautiful for your site.
Recorded: May 18, 2020: Wondering what all the fuss is about chatbots? In this live webinar, Nick Usborne explores the potential of chatbots to help you do better, more targeted work.
Bing Webmaster really is simple to use, way easier than Google’s webmaster tools. Any tool that makes optimizing for SEO easier has to be worth considering. Here’s how Bing Webmaster stacks up…