Google provides a number of free tools that seamlessly integrate with Jetpack-powered WordPress websites. These tools can help you deliver even better experiences to your website visitors.
In turn, this can position you to accomplish your long and short-term goals, whether they’re increasing your site engagement, boosting your conversion rate, or successfully reaching a new audience segment.
Let’s take a look at five Google tools that can help cater to your site visitors’ needs, and position you to reach your goals faster.
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Encouraging people to read your site content is probably one of your goals as a site owner; however, once visitors land on your site, it’s even more important that they stick around long enough to do so.
If you’re noticing a pattern of visitors who view one page on your site and then leave, they likely came to your site and didn’t find what they were looking for, or they had poor experiences. This leads to having a high bounce rate (the percentage of visitors who leave your website after viewing a single page).
If you’re experiencing a high bounce rate, read on to learn how to keep visitors on your site longer.
Continue reading → How to Reduce Your Bounce Rate in Five Steps
People want results fast. Who has the time to sit around waiting for a site to load? If it takes more than a few seconds, we’ll just find the information we seek from a different, faster site.
With decreasing attention spans and more distractions and information available than ever, it’s vital that site owners improve site speed so that they can increase their page views, keep visitors engaged, and provide fluid user experiences.
Two popular ways of improving site speed are employing Content Delivery Networks (CDNs) to load your site files quickly, and optimizing your website images. Using Jetpack’s built-in Image CDN and Lazy Loading Images can greatly decrease your loading times, but there are other ways to improve site speed and provide a better overall experience for your fans on desktops and mobile devices as well.
Today we’ll be exploring a few of these methods in more detail. Read on for more!
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When it comes to website traffic, the more the merrier. Creating an international website to welcome visitors from around the world can result in more brand exposure and, if you have an eCommerce site, a broader customer base.
According to Internet Live Stats, there were nearly 3.5 billion global internet users in 2016. But less than 9 percent of these users were located in the United States.
You can capture a bit of that remaining 91 percent by implementing a few tips to make your WordPress-powered website easier to use, no matter where your site visitors come from. Making your site global-friendly doesn’t need to be a time-consuming or expensive effort. Begin with a few of the suggestions in this post, and you’ll be on your way.
Continue reading → Create an International WordPress Website with These Tips
Your site has been online for a while and you’ve built a catalog of content related to your business, but you’re still in need of fresh ideas to keep your audience interested in your brand. The good news is that there are some user-friendly ways to do this using Jetpack’s handy tools.
Today, we’ll share a few website traffic tips that can help you to reach even more people with your online presence.
Continue reading → Grow Your Audience With These Website Traffic Tips
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