The Ultimate WordPress Marketing Setup: 7 Advanced Plugins to Catapult Traffic and Sales
The Ultimate WordPress Marketing Setup: 7 Advanced Plugins to Catapult Traffic and Sales // There are a lot of plugins out there, and as a marketer you know that there’s so many to choose from. Some do the same thing, some may not work with other plugins. Which one should you use to make sure that you’re getting more traffic, and more sales? Today I’m going to go over The Ultimate WordPress Marketing Setup; Seven Advanced Plugins to Catapult Your Traffic and Sales
RESOURCES & LINKS:
Calculated Fields Form – https://cff.dwbooster.com/
Title Experiments – https://wpexperiments.com/goodbye/
Gravity Forms – https://www.gravityforms.com/
WP Mail SMTP – https://wpmailsmtp.com/
SendGrid’s SMTP – https://sendgrid.com/solutions/smtp-service/
Yoast SEO – www.yoast.com/
Broken Link Checker – https://www.brokenlinkcheck.com/
RafflePress – https://rafflepress.com/
The first plugin, Calculated Fields Form. It’s one of the easiest ways to create a tool on your website. Tools attract backlinks, visitors, search rankings, just like a Ubersuggest. It’s one of the most linked-to sections of the Neil Patel site. Why? Because it’s a tool.
People love free tools, whether it’s calculators for finance, mortgage calculators, nutrition calculators, health calculators, A/B testing calculators.
The next plugin I have for you is Title Experiments. It allows you to test click through rates of different title variations of your posts. Remember, eight out of 10 people will read your headline, but only two out of 10 will click through, and read the rest.
It’s all about your headline, so when you’re creating a blog post, I want you to come up with at least five variations, and start testing them, and you can do so through this plugin, because the more clicks you get, the higher your rankings will be.
The third plugin Gravity Forms. You want qualified leads for your business, right? I do this at neilpatel.com with a multiple step form. Multiple step form reduces friction, and increases conversion rates usually by 10 plus percent. Gravity Forms allows you to build multi step forms, polls, quizzes and surveys. It’s super effective.
The next plugin, WP Mail SMTP. It’s configured with SendGrid’s SMTP. It makes sure that your emails hit customer’s inboxes. If you’re selling anything through your WordPress site, you usually are sending out emails, and you’ll find that they’re going to Promotions tab, or Spam tabs.
SendGrid offers a hundred free emails a day, and if you use this plugin, it’s a great way to make sure their emails hit their inbox.
The next plugin, the Yoast SEO plugin. I could go into this one, but it’s pretty self explanatory. It does everything that you need from markup to title tags, meta tags, to creating a site map for you that you submit to Google search console. It does most of the stuff you need.
Next plugin, Broken Link Checker. This monitors links on your entire website. It detects broken links, and missing images. It prevents search engines from following broken links.
You can then use this plugin to quickly edit, and fix the broken links, create a better user experience, and it should help with your rankings in the long run.
Another plugin that I love is a RafflePress plugin. It allows you to host giveaways on your website. This helps with virality, right? Because you can do things like when you do a giveaway, you can get more votes through social voting, so you can integrate social media sites, and the more people share it the more votes they get.
It also has email integration, so you can send out email blast, and encourage more people to enter in the contests, and giveaways. It also has tracking and retargeting, and all this stuff built into this one plugin.
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