7 Best WordPress Accordion Plugins (2018)

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Are you looking for the best accordion plugins? An accordion is a neat web design technique which allows you to display content in collapsible tabs. In this article, we have hand-picked the 7 best WordPress accordion plugins that you can use on your website.

Best WordPress accordion plugins

Why Do You Need to Add Accordions in WordPress?

Accordions allow you to display more content on your posts and pages without adding long scrolls. If you want to shrink the length of a page, then you should consider adding your content in an accordion element.

You can add vertical or horizontal accordions with the text inside each tab. When users click or mouseover on the tab, it expands to reveal the content.

Example of accordion used on a website

Accordions are most commonly used to add a frequently asked questions (FAQs) section, by displaying questions as tabs. However, you can use them to add any kind of content where you want to save users from scrolling.

That being said, let’s take a look at some of the best WordPress accordion plugins that you can use on your WordPress website.

1. Accordion

Accordion plugin

Accordion is a handy WordPress plugin which allows you to add beautiful accordions in your pages, posts, template files, and anywhere on your site using shortcodes. It has a responsive design and displays your content beautifully on all devices. Accordion has Font Awesome icon font support which allows you to use beautiful icons to your accordion tabs.

You can add unlimited accordions on your site using this plugin. It allows you to change styles for the opened and closed accordion, hide the accordion without deleting, text alignment for content, and more.

2. Accordion FAQ

Accordion FAQ

Accordion FAQ is another accordion plugin for WordPress sites. It has a drag and drop builder that helps you easily add accordions anywhere on your WordPress blog. You can sort the accordions and manage their placement by dragging them up or down in the backend.

It has multiple templates, unlimited color options, Font Awesome icons support, bootstrap framework for responsive design, and more. Accordion FAQ loads faster which is great for search engine rankings of your site.

3. Tab – Accordion, FAQ

Tab accordion FAQ

Tab, Accordion and FAQ is a WordPress plugin that allows you to add beautiful animated tabs and accordions in WordPress. You can easily add responsive horizontal, vertical, animated, and other accordions to WordPress posts, pages, and sidebar widget areas.

It has multiple transition effects, different layouts, drag and drop functionality for sorting tabs, and more.

4. Arconix Shortcodes

Acronix shortcode

Arconix Shortcodes is a multipurpose WordPress plugin based on different style shortcodes to add tabs and accordions on your site. It displays your content in accordions and appears neatly on all mobile devices.

You can create unlimited accordions and add them anywhere with the help of shortcodes. The plugin also comes with a compatibility mode which allows you to prevent shortcode name conflicts.

5. Easy Accordion

Easy accordion

Easy Accordion is another WordPress accordion plugin that allows you to set up unlimited accordions and add them on your pages, posts, widget areas, and template files.

If you buy their premium version, then it comes with additional features like advanced shortcode system, accordions from WordPress categories and custom taxonomies, themes, unlimited colors support, and more.

6. Shortcodes Ultimate

Shortcodes ultimate

Shortcodes Ultimate is a comprehensive WordPress plugin that comes with a set of shortcodes to add multiple features. You can use this plugin to add accordions on your site with its 1-click shortcode insertion and live preview.

It has a custom widget that you can use to add the accordion in any widget area of your WordPress site. Shortcodes Ultimate is easy to use and functions smoothly with modern WordPress themes.

7. Smooth Accordion

Smooth accordion

Smooth Accordion is a simple WordPress accordion plugin. Like other accordion plugins, it allows you to add accordions on your pages and posts. Smooth Accordion adds an icon in your WordPress post editor that helps in adding the accordions in your posts and pages right away.

You can customize the background color, add custom styles to accordions, and align your content easily in plugin settings.

We hope this article helped you find the best WordPress accordion plugins. You may also want to see our ultimate step by step WordPress speed and performance guide for beginners.

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How to Greet Each User With a Custom Welcome Message in WordPress

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Do you want to greet each user with a custom welcome message in WordPress? Greeting users with a welcome message can help boost engagement on your website. It can also be used to generate leads and increase sales. In this article, we will show you how to greet each user with a custom welcome message in WordPress.

Greet users with custom welcome message in WordPress

Why and When You Should Greet Users with Welcome Message in WordPress?

Not all websites need to greet users with a custom welcome message. However, if you are running an online store, trying to generate leads, or boost user engagement, then a custom welcome message can be very useful.

There are different types of welcome messages that you can use. The goal here is to offer users a lot of value with each message. For example, you can offer them discounts, live help, encourage them to ask questions, and more.

You can use integrations to connect welcome messages with your email service provider, live chat service, or contact form plugin.

That being said, let’s see how to easily greet each user with a custom welcome message in WordPress.

Method 1. Greet Users with a Custom Welcome Message using OptinMonster

For this method, we will be using OptinMonster. It is the most popular lead generation software in the world that helps you convert website visitors into subscribers and customers.

First, you need to sign up for an OptinMonster account. It is a paid service, but they also offer a limited free-forever plan.

Once signed up, you will be taken to your OptinMonster dashboard where you need to click on the ‘Create Campaign’ button.

Create campaign

Next, you need to choose a campaign type and a template. OptinMonster comes with different campaign types, and you can use any of them to greet users with a welcome message in WordPress.

For the sake of this article, we will be using the slide-in campaign type with Flatland template.

Choose campaign type and template

Next, you will be asked to give your campaign a name and select a website where you want to run this campaign. Click on select website field and then click on ‘Add website’ to add a new website.

Campaign options

After that, click on the ‘Start Building’ button to continue.

OptinMonster will now launch the drag and drop editor where you can simply point and click on any element to edit it. You can add blocks, columns, and elements with text, video, buttons, sign up fields, and more.

OptinMonster builder interface

Simply click on the text fields to add your own welcome message to greet new users. You can also integrate it with your email service provider by clicking on the ‘Integrations’ tab on the top.

Add integration

Next, you need to switch to the ‘Display Rules’ tab to select when you want to display the greeting. OptinMonster comes with a bunch of options that you can use to create less intrusive and highly engaging messages.

Display rules

Once you are finished designing your custom welcome message, click on the Publish button at the top and toggle the ‘Status’ option to live.

Publish your optin

You are now ready to add this custom welcome message campaign to your website.

Switch to your WordPress admin area to install and activate the OptinMonster plugin. For more details, see our step by step guide on how to install a WordPress plugin.

Upon activation, the plugin will add a new menu item labeled ‘OptinMonster’ to your WordPress admin sidebar. Clicking on it will take you to plugin’s settings page.

Enter your API key

You will be asked to enter your API key. You can find this information under your account on the OptinMonster website.

Don’t forget to click on the save settings button after entering your API key.

Next, you need to click on the ‘Campaigns’ tab. If you cannot see your campaign listed there then click on the refresh campaigns button.

After that, click on the ‘Go Live’ link next to the campaign you just created.

Make your campaign go live

You can now visit your website to see your custom welcome message in action.

Greeting preview

You can use OptinMonster to greet users with different welcome messages based on visits, time spent, logged in status, referral source, or use page level targeting for your landing pages.

Method 2. Greet Users with a Custom Welcome Message using LiveChat

LiveChat Inc is the best live chat support software for WordPress websites. It allows you to create beautifully designed live chat buttons, eye-catchers, and live chat support to your WordPress site.

You can customize the greeting message, display your own buttons, upload your logo, show agent profiles, and more.

LiveChat is a paid solution (starting from $16.99 per agent). They also offer a free 30-day trial allowing you to check out the features and see if its a good fit for your business.

First, you need to visit the LiveChat website and sign up for an account.

Live Chat sign up

After creating your account, you will be taken to your LiveChat dashboard. Next, you need to click on the settings tab to customize the appearance of the LiveChat button.

LiveChat settings

From here, you can choose the chat window colors and theme. After that click on ‘Advanced window tweaks’ link to upload your own logo and add your social media profiles.

Next, you need to switch to the Engagement » Greetings section. By default, LiveChat enables a few greetings displayed based on few simple rules like time spent on site, pages viewed, returning visitor, and more.

Edit custom greetings

You can click on these greetings to edit them and add your own custom welcome message. You can also delete them or click on the ‘Add new greeting’ button to create a new custom greeting.

You will be able to select when to display a greeting by using display rules. You can also combine different rules to match and create highly dynamic custom greetings.

Adding dynamic greetings

Next, you need to select an eye-catcher. These eye-catchers are images that are displayed when the LiveChat window is minimized.

LiveChat comes with several ready-made eye-catchers that you can use. You can also upload your images to use as eye-catchers.

Select an eye-catcher

Once you are satisfied with the design and appearance of your LiveChat window and custom greetings, you are ready to add them to your WordPress website.

Switch back to your WordPress admin area to install and activate the LiveChat plugin. For more details, see our step by step guide on how to install a WordPress plugin.

Upon activation, the plugin will add a new menu item labeled LiveChat to your WordPress admin sidebar. Clicking on it will take you to plugin’s settings page.

Connect Live Chat to your WordPress site

Go ahead and click on the ‘Sign in with LiveChat’ button to connect your WordPress site to your LiveChat account.

Once connected, you will see some very basic display settings. You can turn off LiveChat on mobile, turn off sounds, or hide it for users who are not logged in. If you are unsure, then we recommend leaving these options as they are.

LiveChat settings for WordPress

You can now visit your website in a new browser tab to see the LiveChat button in action. It will greet users with the eye-catcher you selected and display a custom welcome greeting based on the rules you choose in settings.

Custom welcome greeting

We hope this article helped you learn how to greet each user with a custom welcome message in WordPress. You may also want to see our article on how to track user engagement in WordPress using Google Analytics.

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14 Best WordPress Security Scanners for Detecting Malware and Hacks

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Recently one of our readers asked if there is an easy way to scan your website for security, hacks, and vulnerabilities. If you suspect that your website may be hacked, then a quick WordPress security scan can be a good starting point. In this article, we have handpicked some of the best WordPress security scanners that will help you run quick security checks.

Best WordPress vulnerability scanners

What WordPress Security and Malware Scanners Can Do?

Online vulnerability or malware scanners can help you check your website for some very common security risks. For example, they can look for malicious code, suspicious links, suspicious redirects, WordPress version, and more.

However, they are quite limited because they cannot run tests on your WordPress database, user accounts, WordPress settings, plugins, and more.

Hackers can easily disguise malicious code and go unnoticed by these basic security checkups. This is why we recommend using Sucuri‘s web application firewall. It is a complete website security service that detects and neutralizes any malicious code even before it reaches your website.

To make your WordPress site more secure, see our complete WordPress security guide with step by step instructions to protect your website.

Having said that, let’s take a look at some of the best WordPress vulnerability scanners that you can try.

1. Sucuri SiteCheck

Sucuri SiteCheck

SiteCheck is an online tool by Sucuri, the best WordPress firewall and security service. It offers a thorough check of your website looking for malicious code, spam injection, website defacement, etc.

It also checks your website on several domain name blacklist tools including Google Safe Browsing. Sucuri’s SiteCheck tool not just scans the URL you enter, it will also crawl other pages linked from it to offer a thorough and fast scan.

2. IsItWP Security Scanner

IsItWP Security Scanner

IsItWP Security Scanner allows you to quickly check your WordPress website for malware and other security vulnerabilities. It is powered by Sucuri and helps you quickly check your website with step by step instructions to tighten WordPress security.

It also checks your website in Google Safe Browsing and other malware blacklists to make sure that your domain is clean.

3. Google Safe Browsing

Google Safe Browsing

Google’s Safe Browsing tool allows you to see if a URL is marked unsafe to visit by Google. Google monitors billions of URLs and if they suspect that a website is distributing malware, then they mark it as unsafe to visit.

This could potentially ruin your website’s reputation as users coming from Google search or Google Chrome will be shown a warning page when they visit your website. If you are using Google Search Console, then you will be warned when your website is marked as unsafe with instructions to get the warning removed.

4. WPScans

WPScans

WPScans checks your website against known vulnerabilities and suspicious code. They maintain an index of vulnerabilities detected by their system and check your website for those security leaks.

It also tries to detect your WordPress version, installed plugins, and robots.txt files. After the scan, results are presented in an easy to understand format with the explanation of each item.

5. ScanWP

ScanWP

ScanWP is a very basic WordPress vulnerability scanner. It tries to detect your WordPress version to see if you are using the latest version. It also detects the WordPress generator tag, and whether or not your site is showing it.

The generator tag shows which WordPress version you are using. Some security experts believe that this could help hackers to effectively target a website and they recommend removing the WordPress generator tag.

6. WordPress Security Scan

WordPress Security Scan

WordPress Security Scan runs a thorough test by attempting to detect your WordPress plugins, usernames, WordPress version, active theme, and more. It also checks your website on Google Safe Browsing index to make sure it is not blacklisted.

It provides a detailed report of your site status with a brief explanation of each item. These are mostly the items that are common WordPress security best practices like using the latest version of WordPress and keeping your plugins updated.

7. wprecon

wprecon

wprecon is another basic WordPress vulnerability scanner tool. It detects WordPress version to see if you need updates, checks Google Safe Browsing index, and then attempts to detect installed WordPress plugins.

It also scans for directory indexing, theme path detection, external links, iframes, and JavaScripts. Results are presented in a nice format with good explanation for each scanned item.

8. Quttera

Quttera

Quttera offers a useful online vulnerability scanner tool. It runs a deep test crawling through your website to search for suspicious files, malicious code, iframe embeds, redirects, and external links.

It also checks for your domain among blacklisted domains databases including Google Safe Browsing, Malware Domain List, PhishTank, and more. The detailed report is broken down into different sections and you can click on each item to view scan status.

9. Web Inspector

Web Inspector

Web Inspector’s online website security scanner is another useful tool that can be used to test your WordPress site. It first checks your website in Google Safe Browsing and Comodo analysts indexes. After that, it scans for malware downloads, drive-by malware, suspicious code resembling a WordPress backdoor, worm, trojan, iframes, suspicious scripts and files.

10. WordPress Vulnerability Scanner

WordPress Vulnerability Scanner

WordPress Vulnerability Scanner will test your WordPress site for common website vulnerability indicators. It scans for your WordPress version, installed plugin and themes, check for plugins with known vulnerabilities.

The website also provides several other scanning tools for advanced users which can be useful in detecting a website with compromised security.

11. UpGuard Cloud Scanner

UpGuard Cloud Scanner

UpGuard Cloud Scanner is another online utility to scan your WordPress site for security risks. It first checks your domain’s records, DNS, open ports, and mail settings. Domain and server-based hacks can hijack your domain name or misuse it to send spam or malware.

After that, it looks for known malicious code, malware patterns, suspicious links, and phishing attempts. The scan result is displayed in a nice easy to understand format.

12. urlquery URL Scanner

urlquery URL Scanner

A common technique used by hackers and malware is to redirect your website visitors to a spam website. These hacks only redirect non-logged in users, which allows them to go unnoticed for a long time.

urlquery URL scanner simply checks a given URL to detect if it redirects users, initiates a malware download, sets cookies, and more. This information can be used to further analyze your website’s security status.

13. VirusTotal

VirusTotal

VirusTotal is another way to quickly scan a URL for security vulnerabilities and malware. It checks your websites URL in dozens of malware databases and presents a detailed report. It also scans for redirects and suspicious code in the website header.

14. Norton Safe Web

Norton Safe Web

Norton Safe Web is another useful tool to scan your WordPress site for security threats. It uses Symantec’s advanced detection technologies to look for common malware, phishing, and spam patterns.

The results will display computer threats, identify threats, and annoyance factors. A clean website will get the perfect 0 on all three scans. If your website is unsafe, then it will display the detected threats which can help you further investigate and fix the problem.

We hope this article helped you find some of the best WordPress vulnerability scanners online. You may also want to see our beginner’s guide on fixing a hacked WordPress site.

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How to Make a Small Business Website – Step by Step (2018)

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Are you looking to make a website for your small business so you can find new customers on the internet? Making a small business website has become quite easy, and you can do it all by yourself without hiring a developer. In this article, we will show you how to easily make a small business website (step by step).

Making a small business website

Step 0. Before Making a Small Business Website

Unlike the old days, building a small business website has become quite easy. You can do it all by yourself without knowing any coding or hiring a developer by following our step by step guide.

Here is an overview of what you’ll learn:

  • Choosing a domain name for your small business website
  • Purchasing website hosting
  • Installing WordPress
  • Making a content outline for your small business website
  • Choosing a template to change your site’s design
  • Adding more features by using addons and extensions
  • Resources to get help and improve your WordPress skills

Which is The Best Platform to Make a Small Business Website?

The biggest mistake most beginners make is choosing the wrong platform to make a business website. Thankfully, you are here so you would not be making that mistake.

WordPress is the most popular website builder in the world. It powers 31% of all websites on the internet including millions of small business websites all over the world.

The best thing about WordPress is that it gives you access to thousands of pre-made website templates, extensions, and addons. You can make almost any kind of website imaginable without learning to code.

That being said, let’s take a look at how to easily create a small business website using WordPress on a budget.

Step 1. What You Need to Make a Small Business Website

You will need the following three items to make a small business website.

  • A domain name – This will be your website’s name such as wpbeginner.com
  • Website hosting – This will be your website’s home and where all your files will be stored
  • 60 minutes of your time

Ready? Let’s begin.

Step 2. Setting up Your Small Business Website

There are two types of WordPress available. WordPress.com, which is a hosted solution, and then you have WordPress.org also known as self-hosted WordPress. See our full comparison of WordPress.com vs WordPress.org to understand the difference.

We will be using self-hosted WordPress.org because it will give you instant access to all WordPress features out of the box.

Next, you will need a domain name and WordPress hosting to make a website.

We recommend using Bluehost to set up your website. It is one of the biggest hosting companies in the world and an officially recommended WordPress hosting provider.

Normally, you will pay $14.99 / year for a domain name and website hosting starts from $7.99 per month. This is a lot of money if you’re just starting out.

Thankfully, Bluehost has agreed to offer our users a free domain name, free SSL, and 60% discount on website hosting. Basically, you can get started for $2.75 per month.

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Let’s go ahead and purchase a domain name and hosting.

Step 3. Choosing a Domain Name for Your Small Business Website

First, you need to visit the Bluehost website in a new browser window and click on the green ‘Get Started Now’ button.

Getting started with Bluehost

On the next page, you will be asked to select a pricing plan. Basic and Plus plans are the most popular choices among small business owners.

Choose a plan

Click on the ‘Select’ button to choose a plan and move on to the next step.

Now, you will be asked to choose a domain name for your website.

Choosing a domain name for your website

Tips on Finding a Domain Name for Your Business Website

Domain names are crucial to the success of your website. You need to spend some time on choosing the perfect domain name for your business but don’t overthink it.

  1. Stick to the .com version because users find it easier to remember (see .com vs .net – which is better)
  2. Your domain name should be related to your business (For example, stargardening.com )
  3. If your preferred domain name is not available, then try adding geographical location next to it. This increases your domain’s visibility in local search results (For example, stargardeninghouston.com)
  4. Keep it simple, short, and easy to pronounce.
    • Need more help? See our guide on how to choose the best domain name for your business website.

      Setp 4. Installing WordPress

      After choosing your domain name, you will be asked to enter your account information such as name, address, email, etc.

      Below that, you will see some extra hosting options that you can purchase. We don’t recommend purchasing these extras right away, so go ahead and uncheck them. You can always add them later if needed.

      Uncheck hosting extras

      Next, you will need to add your payment information to finish the purchase.

      After completing your purchase, you’ll receive an email with details on how to login to your web hosting control panel.

      Bluehost will automatically install WordPress for you, and you will be able to login to your WordPress site directly from the hosting dashboard.

      Bluehost hosting dashboard

      Once logged in, you will see the WordPress admin area. This is where you will manage your website, change settings, and add new content.

      WordPress dashboard

      Step 5. Creating Content Layout for a Small Business Website

      Now that you have WordPress installed, you need to create an outline of your website content. Good small business websites are simple and follow a standard website layout.

      Simply go to Pages » Add New page to create a new page in WordPress.

      Adding a new page in WordPress

      Don’t worry about the content, text, and images at the moment. Just adding a simple title, some text, and a couple of images would be fine. You can always edit these pages and add more content if needed.

      Here are some of the most common pages used in a small business website layout.

      • Homepage – This is the welcome page of your website. Add your business name with a call to action to your services/products or contact page. Provide a brief description of why your customers should choose you.
      • About Us – Your customers want to know more about people behind a business before they can make a decision. Create an about us page to tell users who you are, what are your business values, and what relevant experience you have in your industry.
      • Services / Products – Create a page to list details about services or products you are offering. Add a heading for each service/product and provide a brief description. You can also add pricing or ask users to contact you for a quote.
      • Contact Us – This is the page your users will need to contact you. You will need to add a contact form so that users can contact you directly. Additionally, you can add your businesses’ physical address or phone number.

      Additionally, you can create more pages if needed. For example, you can create a separate blog page, individual pages for each service or product, and more.

      Step 6. Choosing a Design for Your Website

      By default, WordPress comes with a basic template that you can use. If you don’t like the default theme, then there are thousands of free and paid WordPress themes that you can choose from.

      You can take a look at our selection of the best WordPress themes for business websites. If you need more help, then see our tips on choosing the perfect WordPress theme for your website.

      We recommend looking for a simple design that looks great and has all the right elements.

      Normally, a business website has a navigation menu on top. The homepage usually has a welcome message with a call to action button, which is followed by other content.

      Example of a simple business website design

      Once you have chosen a theme, you can go ahead and install it. For detailed instructions, see our beginner’s guide on how to install a WordPress theme.

      Each WordPress theme comes with different settings to customize its appearance. Many of these options are located under Appearance » Customize page in WordPress admin area.

      Customize your website design in WordPress

      From here you can add navigation menus, change colors, add or remove different sections, and more. Once you are satisfied with the design, don’t forget to click on the Publish button on top to save your changes.

      If you’re unable to find the theme that fits your need, then you can use one of the popular drag & drop page builders for WordPress to create a custom design for your needs.

      We recommend using either Beaver Builder or Divi theme.

      Step 7. Using WordPress Plugins to Add More Features

      Adding WordPress plugins

      WordPress plugins are like apps for your WordPress site. You can install them to add new features to your website like contact forms, Google Analytics, sliders, and more.

      There are more than 50,000 free plugins available in the WordPress plugin directory alone. This means, no matter what feature you want to add there is good chance you will be able to find a plugin for that.

      Below are the plugins that we install on every website:

      Need some cool plugins for your website? See our expert pick of the essential WordPress plugins for business websites.

      For detailed instructions, see our step by step guide on how to install a WordPress plugin.

      Step 8. Learning WordPress

      Now that you have a WordPress site, you may want to step up your game and learn more tips to improve your website.

      WPBeginner is the largest free WordPress resource site in the world. Following are the handy WordPress resources you will find on WPBeginner, all of them are completely free.

      • WPBeginner Blog – This is where we publish our WordPress tutorials, how tos, and step by step guides.
      • WPBeginner Videos – These step by step videos will help you learn WordPress FAST.
      • WPBeginner on YouTube – Need more video instructions? Subscribe to our YouTube channel with more than 52,000 subscribers and 7 Million+ views.
      • WPBeginner Dictionary – The best place for beginners to start and familiarize themselves with the WordPress lingo.
      • WPBeginner Blueprint – Check out plugins, tools, and services we use on WPBeginner.
      • WPBeginner Deals – Exclusive discounts on WordPress products and services for WPBeginner users.

      You can also use Google to find answers on WPBeginner by simply adding ‘wpbeginner’ at the end of your search term.

      If you are unable to find an answer, then feel free to reach out to us using our contact form. We will try our best to answer your question or point you in the right direction.

      We hope this article helped you learn how to make a small business website. You may also want to see our complete WordPress SEO guide for beginners.

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11 Best Analytics Solutions for WordPress Users

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Are you looking for the best analytics solutions for your WordPress site? Website analytics allow you learn how many visitors are coming to your website, where they come from, and what they do on your site. In this article, we have hand-picked the best analytics solutions for WordPress users.

Best analytics solutions for WordPress users

Why Do You Need Analytics for Your WordPress Site?

Website analytics help you get detailed insights on your website visitors. Here are just a few things you can learn from your website analytics:

  • Number of visitors coming to your website.
  • Which sources are sending you traffic. For example, search engines, social media, advertisements, or referral links.
  • What are your most popular pages.
  • What users do when they are on your website.

A good WordPress analytics solution presents all this data in an easy to understand report. This enables you to make informed decisions about your website, which ultimately helps you get more traffic, customers, and sales.

That being said, let’s take a look at the best analytics solutions for WordPress.

1. MonsterInsights

MonsterInsights

MonsterInsights is the best analytics solution for your WordPress site. It allows you to easily install Google analytics in WordPress and shows you to helpful reports in your WordPress dashboard.

It adds a website stats dashboard in your WordPress admin area showing your top traffic sources. MonsterInsights also displays the top ranking articles, pages, and more, so you can better understand the user behavior and grow your business with confidence.

2. ExactMetrics

ExactMetrics

ExactMetrics (formerly Google Analytics Dashboard for WP) is one of the top Google Analytics plugins for WordPress. Many beginners find Google Analytics reports a bit hard to understand. ExactMetrics makes them easy to understand and shows beautiful reports right inside your WordPress admin area.

It includes demographics reports, enhanced link tracking, affiliate link tracking, real-time reports, and more.

3. Google Analytics

Google Analytics

Google Analytics is the most popular analytics solution available. It is free and can be easily installed in WordPress using the plugins mentioned above. However, you can also install it directly by adding the code on your site.

You can use a single account to install it on multiple websites and view all your reports under one dashboard.

It not only shows you the number of visitors, but with advanced reports you can track links, perform A/B testing, track user engagement, get real time traffic insights, and more.

4. KISSmetrics

KISSmetrics

KISSmetrics is an analytics and conversion optimization service. While MonsterInsights and Google Analytics tell you what’s happening on your site, KISSmetrics tells you who is doing it.

It integrates easily using the KISSmetrics plugin for WordPress. You can track an individual user and see what they did throughout the time spent on your site.

KISSmetrics is great for large eCommerce websites and helps with events / products based user tracking.

5. WP Power Stats

WP Power Stats plugin

WP Power Stats is a lightweight WordPress plugin that offers statistical information on page views, types of devices used to visit your site, referral sources, operating system, and more. It allows you to customize statistical reports and manage tracking for individual users.

Unlike Google Analytics which stores analytics data on Google’s servers, WP Power Stats saves the tracking information and analytics data on your WordPress hosting account. This means your website database can get really large leading to larger backup size and potential website speed issues.

6. WP Statistics

WP Statistics plugin

WP Statistics is a WordPress analytics plugin for your site. It displays tracking stats with simple graphs in your WordPress admin area.

The plugin helps in tracking redirects from search engines like Google, Bing, Yahoo, Yandex, and more. You can manage user roles to display these stats in WordPress dashboard.

WP Statistics allows you to filter data according to browser versions, visitors country, search keywords, IPs, pages, and more. It can also automatically email reports for all statistics.

7. Crazy Egg

Crazy Egg

Crazy Egg shows you where your visitors are clicking on your site. This technology is called heat-mapping, and it allows you to visualize how your users interact with your website.

Other than heat-mapping, it shows you how far do the users scroll on your pages, so you can analyze the content of your website. Their Confetti tool allows you to segment the clicks into referrals, sources, search terms, etc.

It offers an A/B testing tool to pick the right color, font, and image based on the user stats. This helps you make data-driven action for your website’s design and landing pages.

8. Mixpanel

Mixpanel

Mixpanel helps you add real-time event tracking for your campaigns. It is available for websites as well as mobile apps. It comes with a powerful user level targetting and helps you build user retention by sending push notifications and emails to your users.

It also allows you to create funnels to track customers and increase conversions. The pricing is based on actions people take on your site/app, so this could go higher than your expectation.

9. Matomo

Matomo

Matomo (formerly Piwik) is a free self-hosted open source analytics solution for your websites. It has a premium cloud-hosted version too. Matomo offers user-centric insights, data protection, custom and extensive analytics reports and more.

You can use it on enterprise level. Matomo’s support team actively helps you configure the analytics platform on your site. It has a mobile app that can display statistics on your phone.

10. Woopra

Woopra web analytics solution for WordPress

Woopra is another web analytics solution that offers real-time statistics and tracks users to the individual level. It focuses on customer trends, retention, segmentation, and more.

You can create funnels and monitor what’s stopping your users from taking an action on your site. Woopra has a WordPress plugin that makes the integration easy.

11. Jetpack

Jetpack by WordPress.com

Jetpack by WordPress.com displays basic stats in your WordPress dashboard. You can use this plugin on any self-hosted WordPress site to track your visitors.

It is free to use and a good option for small blogs, offering simple and easy to understand traffic reports. You will need a free WordPress.com account to connect your website to WordPress.com servers and run Jetpack on your site.

We hope this article helped you find the best analytics solutions for WordPress. You may also want to see our expert pick of the best content marketing tools and plugins for WordPress.

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How to Add a Search Bar to WordPress Menu (Step by Step)

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Do you want to add a search bar to your WordPress navigation menu? Search form can be really helpful for your users to find what they’re looking for on your site. In this article, we will show you how to add a search bar to your WordPress menu.

How to add a search bar to WordPress menu

Why You Should Add a Search Bar in Menu?

A search bar makes it easy for your users to find what they’re looking for without scrolling to all the pages.

If you add a search bar to your top navigation menu, then it will appear on all pages that display the menu, and your users can easily search all the content on your site.

There are multiple search plugins that you can use to add a search bar to your site. Let’s take a look on how to add a search bar to your WordPress menu.

Adding a Search Bar to WordPress Menu

First thing you need to do is to install and activate the Add Search to Menu plugin. For more details, see our step by step guide on how to install a WordPress plugin.

Upon activation, you need to go to Settings » Add Search To Menu page in your WordPress admin area to configure search bar to your menu.

Add search to menu plugin page

On this page, you need to select the menu where you want to add the search bar. This list of menus (Primary Menu and Social Links Menu) belongs to your WordPress template. If you change the template of your site, then the list will be automatically updated with the available menus from your template.

Once selected, the search bar will be added to your navigation menu. You can define the search post types, search form style, search menu title, manage mobile display for search, and more. These settings will also help in controlling the search results for your users.

After that, you can head over to your site to see the search bar in the WordPress navigation menu.

Add search bar to menu

You can also add the search bar to all other menus of your site. Simply select the menu from plugin settings where you want to display your search form.

We hope this article helped you learn how to add a search bar to WordPress menu. You may also want to see our expert pick of the useful tips and tricks to speed up WordPress site performance and search results.

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How to Create a Child Page in WordPress

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Do you want to create a child page on your site? Pages in WordPress can be standalone or hierarchical, which means a page can have its own sub-pages also known as child pages. In this article, we will show you how to easily create a child page in WordPress to better organize your pages.

How to create a child page in WordPress

What is a Child Page in WordPress?

Pages and posts are two default content types in WordPress. To learn more, see our guide on the difference between posts vs pages in WordPress.

Posts are part of a blog and are displayed in a reverse chronological order (newer entries first). They are normally organized with categories and tags.

Pages are one-off or standalone content that is not part of a blog. For example, ‘About us’ page or ‘Contact us’ page. They can be hierarchical, which means you can organize them with parent and child pages.

Typically, business websites use Pages to build a website structure. This way they can build a website without creating a blog. Those who want to add a blog to their content marketing strategy can still do so by simply creating a separate blog page.

However if you have too many pages, then it becomes difficult to organize them. This is where child pages come in. You can create a broader page as a ‘Parent’ and then add child pages to better organize your website structure and layout.

WordPress pages used to create a website structure

For example, a parent page called ‘About us’ can have team members, history, careers, and other pages as child pages.

Any child page can also have their own child pages and so on. This way you can build relationships between your pages and create a proper website structure.

That being said, let’s take a look at how to easily create a child page in WordPress.

How to Create a Child Page?

To create a child page, you will need a parent page. If you already have a page that you would like to use as the parent, then you are good to go.

Simply go to the Pages » Add New to create a new page or edit an existing page in your WordPress admin area. On the right side, you will see Page Attributes box with Parent dropdown.

Select parent page

In the Parent drop-down, you will see the list of all pages from your site. By default, it is set to ‘no parent’ which means this page is an individual page with no association. You need to select the page you want to use as the parent from the drop-down menu.

After that, you can just go ahead and save your changes. You can repeat this process to create more child pages.

To view child pages, you can go to the ‘Pages » All Pages’ page in WordPress admin area. You will see child pages listed under their parent page with a prefix.

Parent page

Next, you can go ahead and add your child pages to your website’s navigation menu as sub-menu items.

Adding child pages in WordPress navigation menus

Advanced users can use other methods to automatically display a list of child pages for a parent page in WordPress sidebar widgets or theme templates.

We hope this article helped you learn how to create a child page in WordPress. You may also want to see our complete guide on how to convert WordPress categories to custom taxonomies to sort the content on your site.

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How to Create a Landing Page With WordPress

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Do you want to create a custom landing page on your WordPress site? Landing pages help businesses convert website visitors into customers and leads. In this article, we will show you how to easily create a landing page in WordPress.

Creating a landing page with WordPress

What is a Landing Page?

A landing page is a purpose-built page designed to increase sales or generate leads for a business. It is used in paid marketing, email, and social media campaigns. Users coming from these sources will land on this page first, which is why it is called landing page.

What is the difference between the homepage and a landing page?

A homepage is your website’s front page and what users will see when they enter your domain name in their browser. On the other hand, a landing page can be a standalone page where most visitors land from paid or third-party traffic sources.

A homepage is designed for visitors to engage with your website, explore other pages, browse products, or sign up. It has more links and provides users with more choices.

On the other hand, a landing page is built for conversion. It has fewer links and is designed for users to make a purchasing decision or give their information for future outreach.

Normally, your website can have only one homepage, but you can create as many landing pages as you want for different campaigns. For example:

  • A landing page for your paid advertising campaigns
  • Visitors coming from specific traffic sources like email list, social media, and more
  • Users landing on a specific product or service page
  • and many more…

That being said, let’s take a look at how to create a beautiful custom landing page in WordPress. We will show you two solutions, and you can choose the one that suits you best.

Creating a Landing Page in WordPress using Beaver Builder

Beaver Builder is one of the best WordPress landing page plugins. It allows you to easily create a landing page using ready-made templates that you can modify with simple drag and drop tools.

First, you need to do is install and activate the Beaver Builder plugin. For more details, see our step by step guide on how to install a WordPress plugin.

Upon activation, you need to visit Settings » Beaver Builder page to configure plugin settings.

Beaver Builder license

Under the License tab, click on the ‘Enter License Key’ button to add your license key. You can find this information under your account on Beaver Builder website.

Next, you need to head over to Pages » Add New page to create your first landing page. Many WordPress themes now include a page builder or a full-width template. These templates are designed to work with page builder plugins.

If your theme doesn’t have such a template, then you can create one on your own. For detailed instructions, see our guide on how to create a full width page in WordPress.

Select a page builder or full-width template from the ‘Page Attributes’ box in the right column and now save your page to apply the changes.

Select a template

You are now ready to make a landing page. Click on the Beaver Builder tab above the post editor to launch the builder interface.

Launch Beaver Builder

Beaver Builder will open with your existing page template. You need to click on the add button on the top right corner of the screen and switch to the templates tab.

Choose a template

Beaver Builder comes with several ready-made templates. Select ‘Landing Pages’ from the group drop-down menu and then choose a template that looks close to what you have in your mind.

Once you select a template, Beaver Builder will load it in the preview window.

Point and click to edit

You can now point and click on any item to edit it. You can change the text, change background color or images, adjust width and height of the rows and columns.

You can add or remove content items from your template. Simply click on the add button and switch to the rows tab. You can add either single or multiple columns.

Add rows to your landing page

After adding a row, switch to the modules tab. Modules are content elements that you can add to your landing page. Beaver builder comes with all the essential modules including text, headings, buttons, video, audio, animated countdown timer, and more.

Add modules to your template

Once you are satisfied with the design, you can click on the ‘Done’ button at the top and then save or publish your page.

Save or publish your landing page

You can now visit the page to view your landing page in action. Feel free to edit it again if you need to adjust, add, or remove anything.

Preview your landing page

Creating a Landing Page in WordPress using Leadpages

Leadpages is another easy to use platform for creating beautiful landing pages and adding them to your WordPress site.

Unlike BeaverBuilder, LeadPages is a standalone landing page builder which means you can use it with or without a WordPress site.

First, you need to visit Leadpages website and sign up for an account. After that you will see the Leadpages dashboard where you need to click on the ‘Create new Leadpage’ button.

Creating a new landing page with Leadpages

On the next screen, you will be asked to choose a template. Leadpages comes with dozens of beautifully designed templates which are neatly organized into different categories.

Choose a template for your landing page

Click on any template to preview it. You need to select a template that looks closest to what you have in mind and then click on the ‘Use this template’ button to continue.

This will launch the Leadpages builder interface. It is a drag and drop interface where you can just point and click on an item to edit it.

Leadpages builder

You can now point and click to edit any item on the page. You can replace images, text, background images, and more. You can also add new widgets from the left column.

You can also adjust different sections of your landing page by clicking on the page layout tab. Simply drag and drop sections to adjust them on the page. You can also add new sections or remove them.

Drag and drop page layout

Leadpages also connects with several third-party apps including all top email marketing services. Simply add a sign-up form to your landing page and then click on ‘Add Integration’ button.

Add integrations

Once you are finished editing your landing page, you can click on the publish button to make it live.

After that you need to click on the ‘Publish Options’ button and switch to ‘Other publishing options’ tab. From here you can download the Leadpages WordPress plugin.

Get WordPress plugin

Next, you need to switch to your WordPress site to install and activate the plugin. For more details, see our step by step guide on how to install a WordPress plugin.

Upon activation, you need to visit the Leadpages menu in your WordPress admin area to login with your Leadpages account.

Once logged in, go to Leadpages » Add New page. You will be able to see your landing page listed there with few options.

You can publish this page as a normal landing page, homepage, a welcome gate, or a 404 error page. You can also choose a URL slug for your landing page.

Publish your landing page to WordPress

After reviewing the options, go ahead and click on the publish button. Leadpages will now publish the page on your WordPress site.

You can now visit this page on your website to see it in action. You can make any changes you want from the Leadpages website and those changes will show up on your site.

We hope this article helped you learn how to create a landing page with WordPress. You may also want to see our tips on driving more traffic to your WordPress site.

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How to Display Yelp Reviews on your WordPress Site

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Do you want to display Yelp reviews on your site? Yelp reviews are user reviews about the restaurants, brands, services, lifestyle products, hospitals, doctors and more. In this article, we will show you how to display Yelp reviews on your WordPress site for users to read general public reviews.

Yelp Reviews WordPress

Why You Should Display Yelp Reviews on Your Site?

Yelp is a public-based reviews website. It has reviews and ratings on local businesses from experienced users. These reviews and ratings are helpful for the new visitors to get a word from someone who already used the particular product or service.

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Like the Facebook page reviews for your business, Yelp reviews also reassure stability of your brand or service to the new visitors. However, the difference is that Facebook reviews are limited to those who follow your brand page on the social media platform whereas Yelp reviews can be from anyone who uses your brand or service.

If you own a business listing blog or membership site, then you can also display Yelp reviews for different local businesses from your town and increase organic traffic on your website.

That being said, let’s take a look at how to display Yelp reviews in WordPress.

Showing Yelp Reviews on Your WordPress Site

First thing you need to do is to install and activate the Yelp Reviews Widget plugin. For more details, see our step by step guide on how to install a WordPress plugin.

Upon activation, you need to go to Appearance » Widgets page in your WordPress admin area. You need to drag and drop Yelp Reviews Widget in the Sidebar widget area.

Add Yelp reviews widget in sidebar

Next, you need to create a new app from Yelp developers page and get an API key to launch Yelp business reviews in this widget.

Once the API key is added, you can search for the brand or service in Yelp reviews widget by adding the name and location of the business. A list of businesses will be displayed, and you can select your business to show reviews in the sidebar widget area of your site.

Search business and select from the list

After selecting your business from the list, you can click on the Save Business and Reviews button. You need to add the title for this widget too. It allows you to change business photo for your brand or service.

Save business reviews

You can expand the settings one by one to display Yelp reviews on your site. By default, Yelp can only return 3 reviews, but you can check the setting to try and get more than 3 reviews. It also allows you to enable Google rich snippets, pagination, sorting and more.

Yelp review settings

In display settings, you can hide business photo and user avatars, change theme to dark, add character limit to reviews and manage the widget theme.

The advance options allow you to open links in new window, use no follow links in reviews, lazy load images, and more.

Yelp display and advance settings

Once you are done, make sure to save the widget settings and go to your website to see your Yelp business reviews in the sidebar.

Yelp reviews in WordPress sidebar widget

The plugin also allows you to create shortcodes for Yelp reviews and display them anywhere on your site. For this, you need the Yelp Reviews Pro plugin.

Once activated, simply go to the Settings » Yelp Reviews Pro page and go to the Shortcode Builder tab. Like the Yelp reviews widget, you can search the for a brand or service with its name and location.

Create shortcodes for Yelp reviews

You need to select your business from the list and save the reviews. The other 3 sections to manage Yelp reviews are similar to the settings in the Yelp reviews widget.

After you save these reviews, it will automatically update the shortcode box on the right side of the screen.

Copy Yelp reviews shortcode

Next, you need to go ahead and paste this shortcode in WordPress blog post or page. After that head over to your site to see the Yelp reviews in action.

Display Yelp reviews in WordPress posts and pages

We hope this article helped you learn how to display Yelp reviews on your WordPress site. You may also want to see our expert pick of the best product review plugins for WordPress.

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5 Best WordPress Poll Plugins Compared (2018)

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Are you looking for the best WordPress poll plugins for your site? Online polls are highly engaging and can be used to boost user engagement on your website. In this article, we will compare the best WordPress poll plugins.

Best WordPress Poll Plugins

What to look for in a WordPress Poll Plugin?

Online polls offer a fun and easy way to keep your audience engaged. That’s why popular websites like BuzzFeed regularly use them to create viral content and increase the time users spend on their website.

There are many WordPress poll plugins that can help you add online polls to your website. Here are a few things we will be looking for in a WordPress poll plugin:

  • It should be easy to use, so that you can quickly create polls
  • Polls should look nice and can be easily added anywhere including posts, pages, or sidebar widgets
  • Your poll plugin should be fast and shouldn’t affect website speed or user experience
  • Should be able to display poll results with graphs and charts

That being said, let’s take a look at the best WordPress poll plugins and how they stack up against each other.

1. WPForms

WPForms Poll

WPForms is the best WordPress contact form plugin, and their pro plan includes a powerful surveys and polls addon. It allows you to easily create online polls, embed them anywhere on your site, and display results with beautiful charts.

You can drag and drop multiple form fields allowing users to select multiple or single answers. WPForms allows you to use images as poll choice along with text.

Poll results can be displayed automatically on the same page after getting the vote from users. You can also show poll results anywhere on your site. WPForms offer you the ability to export poll results a later date to include in your powerpoint presentation or other offline modes.

For detailed instructions, see our article on how to create an interactive poll in WordPress.

2. YOP Poll

YOP Plugin

YOP poll is a WordPress plugin that allows you to add online polls and surveys to your website. It is free and easy to install in WordPress.

You can schedule polls, display poll on multiple pages, show poll results in numbers and percentages, reset poll anytime, and more. It helps in limiting the poll to guest / registered users and block users by cookie, IP or username.

YOP poll can display results in different styles. Their archive feature allows you to show previous poll results sorted by the start and end date of the poll.

3. WP-Polls

WP-Polls

WP-Polls is a simple, easy, and free poll solution for your WordPress site. It allows you to add online polls in your WordPress pages, posts, and widget areas.

Users can select multiple options in the poll. WP-Polls automatically shows results after the users select their choices. If you want to customize the look of your poll and know a little coding, then you can change the theme and add custom CSS style to your poll.

4. Polldaddy Polls and Ratings

Polldaddy

Polldaddy polls and ratings is another popular WordPress polls plugin. It allows you to create and manage polls from your WordPress dashboard.

You can create a multiple choice poll, set a close date for the poll, display / hide poll results on your site, customize your poll styling, and more. Polldaddy allows you to embed your polls on other WordPress sites.

It prevents multiple responses from same users with basic IP filtering. It is a free plugin. However, you’ll need a WordPress.com account to generate an API key.

5. Responsive Poll

Responsive Poll

Responsive poll is another WordPress poll plugin. It allows you to create simple polls on your site. You can add multiple polls on same page, create multiple choice polls, show poll results with animation effects, set the start and end date for the poll, and more.

Responsive poll allows you to add an image for each option in your poll. It also lets you clone the poll and create duplicate polls. The free version of the plugin is quite limited in terms of features.

We hope this article helped you find the best WordPress poll plugins to use on your website. You may also want to see our expert pick of the best WordPress survey plugins to create online surveys on your site.

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