Hey all. I just wanted to give you a heads up that by the end of May, I’m hoping to re-do the look and feel of the website.
Along with the look and feel of the website, I will be archiving some of the older posts, updating a few of the quality posts, and focusing more on my original hopes for AllStuffWeb; A blog about building WordPress websites from scratch.
My Original Hopes For AllStuffWeb
When I first acquired AllStuffWeb.com, I was hoping to make it into a blog about building a WordPress Website for people that didn’t know much about computers and web development. Since then, I’ve kind of strayed on a few topics (such as SEO, Marketing, etc.) which I was going to cover after the basics of creating a website were covered…
So, my plan for the future of AllStuffWeb is to:
- Create a super-detailed guide on setting up a WordPress.org Installation.
- Explain what each setting does and what the best (recommended) settings should be.
- Cover what Plugins users will need to install to help them manage the site in the best possible way.
- Cover SEO for WordPress websites; from recommended SEO Plugin to recommended settings.
- Cover basic website marketing tactics, as well as User Experience (UX), visitor retention techniques, and A/B Testing methods.
- Create a “Glossary” for terms that I might use (or someone might come across) in web design, SEO, Marketing, etc.
- Delve into monetization of your website via Ads and Affiliate Marketing (if you need it).
So yeah, right about on par with what my original plans were, and where the website is right now. I just figured I need a clean slate (old content will still be available via Archives link) and start from the beginning, if I want a WordPress how-to site
Any feedback is always appreciated, so if you have suggestions, feel free to leave them in the comments section below.
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