Why WordPress Is The best CMS in 2016 #infographic #WordPress

We all know that WordPress is the best platform for blog and website, but do you know why WordPres is popular in this year?

We find that most website designer, web developers and users are happy with this ease to use platform because they have some significant reasons to use this content management system like,

– Easy to use platform
– Opensource
– Vast free plugin and software library
– SEO Friendly
– Huge variety of themes
– Security

Here we have found one of the interesting infographic created by Perception System’s team, which is contain with incredible statistics:

– 47 % website out of 1 million site build with WordPress
– Every 22 domains out of 100 Run on WordPress in US
– WordPress searches more than 4,40,000 per month on google
– New blogs published on WordPress in every 5.7 seconds

Go through this infographic you will find some amazing information about WordPress.

Infographic Via Perception System

10 Tips for Structuring URLs To Rank Higher #infographic #URL #SEP

An online business is known and remembered by the link address that is either shared on social networks or optimised in search engine results. Regardless of the source, a user visits your website; it is the URL that carries an utmost significance. The users tend to remember URLs of their favourite stores just the way people recognise shops in real life from where they have either purchased something or would like to purchase later.

If you have noticed the shops you regularly visit, where the addresses are explicitly mentioned either on the banners, visiting cards, or shopping bags just to let you remember at least the markets or streets if you forget their business name. The same applies to online businesses.

The URL structure got its importance because it is your virtual address. So, to make your buyers remember your store, or entrust the potential customers that they are roaming around a genuine shop, different strategies are adopted to enhance the URL structure for higher human readability, search engine friendliness, and trustworthiness. A few of them are highlighted in the infographic

An Infographic by FME modules.

Editing vs. Proofreading #infographic #writing

Do you know the difference between editing and proofreading? Many people tend to confuse editing and proofreading even though they are vastly different tasks. Editing occurs at the beginning of the writing process, typically after the first draft has been completed. It is an in-depth review focusing primarily on content, clarity, and tone. An editor will ensure that your writing is accurate, relevant to your topic, and written in a way that is appropriate for your audience.

In contrast, proofreading occurs at the end of the writing process and acts as a final polish of your work. Proofreading focuses primarily on fixing grammar mistakes and catching spelling and typographical errors.

Both editing and proofreading play a crucial role in the writing process. So, how do you know whether your document is in need of editing or proofreading? Check out this infographic to learn more about the differences between the two.

An Infographic by Scribendi.com.

7 Simple Steps To Start a Blog Today #infographic #blogging #howto

Several new entrepreneurs are starting on the web. They dream of an online income that is quite opposite the traditional 9 to 5 job. One of the popular tool used by these budding entrepreneurs is a blog.

There is plenty of information on how one should go about starting an online business based around a blog, but this information is either overloaded or too complicated. This infographic gives you the steps to start a blog in 7 simple and easy to follow ways to simplify the process.

Pick a topic, register a domain and start blogging. Use social media, content marketing and search engine optimisation techniques to get more traffic and visibility to your blog. You have to patient when learning new techniques on how to improve your blog’s readership. Along the way start building a mailing list so you have a handy list of clients when you have products or services to monetize.

An Infographic by Bloggingtips.com.