The Handy Guide to a Competitive WordPress Site : Example Incuded, Lesson 1

July 8, 2014

There are 6 Aspects that either Make or Break your WordPress Site. Read all about them.

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** The 6 Aspects That Make or Break WordPress Sites.

** Learn how you can analyze your site and see why it’s not attracting enough readers.

In the last training program from ContentLook (the Content Marketing program with 14 lessons and actionable files), you learned the basics of Content Marketing and how to start attracting people to your site. Now you will learn how to make your wordpress site truly competitive.

There’s always the feeling that your site is not doing as well as it should, and it’s amazingly hard to come up with an answer for why it just doesn’t get enough traffic.

I’ve got good news for you: There is a way to analyze all of this and come up with a smart solution.

Read the First Lesson ( and look closely at the example, to make sure you understand how you can come up with valid assumptions that will help you improve your wordpress site, for better traffic.

Don’t let website improvement be just guess work and magic. Track all the aspects of your digital marketing strategy and improve based on in-depth reports.

The Next Lessons will go more into detail about the competitive wordpress sites and also provide you with great insight on how to optimize your articles for humans, to make your content more likeable and bring you social love from your readers.

Best regards,
Florin Muresan
Co-Creator of ContentLook
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