Not many premium plugins for SEO are worth their weight, but we found a couple that are pretty impressive. Granted there are programs across the web that do many of these same things, but we feel these deserve consideration for how well they integrate seamlessly into your blog for more accurate reporting.
My SEO Status is a wordpress plugin which tracks your backlinks, stats, search engine indexing etc and show your the results in your wordpress admin panel, including graphical analysis. Now you don’t have to go to 3 different pages just to see how your SEO efforts are working.
Another plugin is SEO booster Pro. SEO Booster PRO is a Dynamic SEO Plugin for WordPress that automates your blog by tracking, analyzing and utilizing the incoming searches from the search engines.
SEO Booster PRO automatically tracks your incoming visitors from Google, researches the current ranking of the keyword, and then starts promoting the best suited keywords, after installation, you don’t need to do anything else.
SEO booster plugin wordpress is compatible with a whole host of other leading plugins on the market including Ultimate Tag Warrior and Simple Tags, and offers a number of functional features that can help you to SEO (search engine optimise) WordPress on your site.
The SEO booster Pro plugin also offers reliable support via email and future updates are included in your licensing, and makes learning how to SEO (search engine optimise) WordPress on your blog or website quick and easy.
Hello, my name is Jesse Wingert and I am the graphic designer and creative guy behind WordPress Now. I’m here to share a little bit of my secrets – if you will – about where to get some inspiration when it comes to making a color scheme for your website.
First, I do want to take a few steps backwards and just mention that this post is really for anyone, regarding any type of project – WordPress or otherwise. When us creative folk are developing a website, a new WordPress blog, an artsy picture, or even choosing which colors to use in our new living room, we need to come up with a color scheme. Color schemes work for several different purposes…
They work firstly as a very crucial piece of your product or company branding. Almost every successful company has established itself a set of colors that people immediately recognize and associate with that company. Google uses blue, red, yellow and green. McDonalds used red and yellow. The popular soda company, Pepsi, uses red, blue and sometimes a variation of grey. At WP Now, we use a mixture of dark grey and a few bright colors like teal, pink, and lime green, and these colors are involved with every aspect of our company. We use them with our logo, website, our business cards, t-shirts and anything else we can think of. (more…)