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I’m sure you’ll agree with me when I say:
Choosing reliable and cheap WordPress hosting for a blog is a daunting task.
and like most people:
You probably have no experience with the hosting companies either.
The situation gets even worse when:
You pay the hefty price only to later realize that it was a complete waste.
What if I told you that reliable hosting doesn’t need to be expensive?
It sounds crazy, right?
But that is the truth.
When I first thought of starting a self-hosted WordPress blog, the first thing I need was a cheap and reliable hosting. I thought that it would be the easiest thing that I would do.
But actually, it was the complete opposite of what I thought.
Today, I gonna review a tool named Grammarly. But before moving to the review part, let me ask you a simple question i.e,
Is your English holding you back?
Have you ever written an article without committing any grammatical errors?
If yes, do you manually proofread your article or using any online proofreading tool?
Today you are going to see my favorite proofreading tool named Grammarly which I use to proofread my article within seconds.
Let’s dive right in:
Most of us do make grammatical mistakes while writing. And the situation gets even worse when English is not our first language.
It gets, even more, worse:
When a user leaves your site because of small grammatical mistakes, no matter how good is your article.
Whenever he finds any grammatical error or spelling errors in your blog post, the probability of a user leaving your site drastically increases.
“Are you are looking to setup CloudFlare free CDN for WordPress?”
If yes! Then I can assure you have landed on the perfect place.
I think you will agree with me when I say:
We need to speed up our website. Site loading speed plays a very critical part in blog success.
“Because Website page speed is a very crucial factor for search engine rankings.”
If you are a regular visitor of BroughtMeUp (but if you are not, I would love you to be a part of Incredibles 🙂 ), you might have gone through my previously discussed techniques to speed up your WordPress blog like using a cache plugin, optimizing WordPress database etc.
So today we are going to discuss one more technique that is using a content delivery network to speed up your website.
If you are looking for WP Fastest Cache Settings then this guide is for you. Let’s get started.
Loading time of your website not only affects user experience but also influences your search engine ranking.
Major search engines consider site loading time as one of the ranking signals. Means the faster blog are ranked higher are compared to slow sites.
The aim is to provide a better experience to the user.
Want to know the best social sharing plugins for WordPress?
Then you will love this guide.
Social media has become such an integral part of the internet that it truly revolutionized the way the information spread across the internet.
Now social media has become an indivisible part of online as well as even offline business. And if you are ignoring social media you are probably losing more than just publicity.
Social media can be a huge source of traffic for your blog. Social media can boost your conversion and help you in building a good customer base.
Social contribute about 8-15% to BroughtMeUp’s traffic.
And currently, it is the second highest source of traffic behind organic search traffic which contributes about 85-90%.
Is your site fast?
How much time your website takes to load?
If you are wondering, Why I am asking these questions?
Then, you might be unaware of the fact that Google uses site speed as one of the most important factors that for ranking a website in search results.