15 WordPress User Errors That Kill Your Content Marketing Effort [Infographic]

Are you a wordpress user?     wordpress user errors

If yes, this infographic would blow your mind.

You need to start using your WordPress platform to its fullest and if you’ve left errors on your database, it can make you look silly and cause your business to fail.

But don’t be perturbed, you can fix these errors easily – it doesn’t matter whether you’re an expert or a newbie.

I found this infographic from copyblogger media and I think you’d like it.

Go through the errors and read the tips on how to fix them. Then leave a comment and let’s talk about it.

Content marketing has gone beyond writing, social networking and search engine optimization. Understanding the ‘very’ platform that powers your brand is equally vital.

There you go:


15 WordPress User Errors That Make You Look Silly [Infographic]

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26 thoughts on “15 WordPress User Errors That Kill Your Content Marketing Effort [Infographic]”

  1. This infographic is amazing and helpful to remove our blog errors. In today’s competitive market blogs are very helpful for marketing.

  2. Beautiful tips to make a blog more healthy, you have described here. While going through this post i have decided to change my wordpress settings according to these instruction. Thanx a lot for your information in this regards.

  3. Hey mike, I just started another niche blog focused on conversions, how do you manage that and keep goole happy, post EMD and panda. its hard for me to focus on my blog and all the work involved with creating squeeze pages and convincing reviews haha.

  4. Great post. and very important post. These are the ways to make your content stand out. Nothing says more about a blog that has unique content and is worthy to read. Heck, people can read somewhere else more with more authority if they want to. Thanks for share it.

  5. WordPress is easy to use. These user errors are minimal but they can affect the overall performance of our sites. I’d delete the inactive plugins this very moment – Thanks for reminding me.

  6. Lol, I’ve to work on my wp admin clutter. I’m too lazy to clean out everything. There are so many useful plugins I’ve got that sorting through them all would take away time haha.

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