Would you like to embed your tweets (twitter timeline) in the sidebar of your WordPress blog. This blogpost will provide instructions and also explain how to add a Badge or Button that allows your visitors to Like your Facebook page and see how many people like your facebook business page. See both the Facebook and Twitter widget end result in… Read More »Adding Facebook Page Feed and your Twitter Timeline to your WordPress blog (updated 2020)
This post will address how to set up an email address to match your website address. In summary the steps are as follows: Buy a URL or domain from a hosting provider – in this case I secured one from Blacknight Solutions Buy Hosting in order to publish your site. Set up Email address via your Host. Blacknight will give… Read More »How to get an email address to match your website URL?
A blogpost which explains how to set up Google Analytics on your WordPress website, followed by instructions on how to then create and link to your Google Search Console (Webmaster tools) so that you can upload an XML sitemap for your WordPress site – all of which is recommended for Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) Google Analytics (GA) is a free… Read More »How to add Google Analytics to your WordPress Site
How to embed a hyperlink in your WordPress webpage or blogpost? updated for Block (Gutenberg) Editor 2019
Links are extremely important for Search Engine Optimisation (SEO). You probably know that building backlinks is essential for off-page SEO – this is when other websites link to pages on your website – because Google and the major search engines attach great significance to pages which are being linked to by other sites and are being ‘talked’ about on Social… Read More »How to embed a hyperlink in your WordPress webpage or blogpost? updated for Block (Gutenberg) Editor 2019
This is a full day SEO programme organised by Local Enterprise Office, Galway. DATE: 1st September 2016 – Contact Susan to book your place (email@example.com) Training Aims The one day training aims to provide an understanding of best practice SEO at the beginner to intermediate level. The objective is to facilitate participant businesses to manage key… Read More »SEO – Search Engine Optimisation (Best Practice)
The major problem for anyone creating a website is figuring out what to say/write/put on your website. After deciding that your business needs a professional website you need to generate ideas on what information potential customers want to access on your site. After all your website needs to work within the context of SEO, inbound marketing to include blogs and… Read More »10 Steps to create your Professional Website
Google documents are great. I particularly like Google Forms – very easy to embed into your website as per this blog post. Of the other Google docs, Google Slides (formerly called Google Presentations) is similar to PowerPoint. This post will explain how to embed a Google presentation which is stored publicly on your Google Drive so that it displays… Read More »How to display Google presentations on your WordPress site?
This blogpost will outline how to add (embed) a slideshow of images or photos stored in your Picasa Web album to your website. The post will detail how I added a slideshow to this post in WordPress and also the steps followed to add the same slideshow to a sample website that I created as part of the Getting Irish Business Online (GIBO) initiative using the Blacknight Solutions Content Management System which is known as the Blacknight Sitebuilder. BTW, similar principles and general instructions apply when embedding other media such as YouTube, interactive Google Maps and Slideshare presentations. Read More »How to add photo or image slideshow to your GIBO website?
Reviewed July 2013
As regular readers know, I am a trainer on the Getting Irish Business Online initiative. This offers the opportunity for sole traders and SMEs who don’t have a website to build and publish a website at no cost for the first year. As you build a website you need to take cognisance of Search Engine Optimisation. During our training workshops we do not have too much time to discuss SEO. When I deliver the programme I quickly discuss four slides to introduce the topic and explain how you can add content to your site and be mindful of SEO. A follow up course on SEO and Google Adwords is being considered. This blogpost will provide my views on this topic and hopefully will stimulate some discussion.
Getting Irish Business Online is a partnership between Google, Blacknight Internet Solutions, An Post and the County & City Enterprise Boards aimed at the 40% of Irish SMEs including sole traders that do not have a website or an online presence. A few weeks ago, I was delighted to be asked by Limerick City Enterprise Board to be a trainer for this programme. I was also asked to deliver the training in County Clare and North Tipperary. This blogpost is for anyone now thinking about signing up for a free website and the training which is aimed at helping small businesses to set up and manage a site that works for them. Click here for details of how to book to attend.
This is a cool one minute video that summarises how to get a Website from Getting Business Online.