Learn how to merge multiple WordPress blogs into one through a real case. In this post we describe the importance of understanding what you already have and defining what your goal is. We also explain the first steps of the migration process in detail.
If you don’t know what to test or how to start with conversion rate optimization, here’s a proposal with 50 ideas you should test in your WordPress site.
Get a glimpse into the great year we’ve had optimizing conversion rates of WordPress sites with Nelio A/B Testing. A look back at Nelio’s business growth.
The Nelio team tries to attend as many WordCamps as possible, because we believe it’s one of the best ways to contribute to the WordPress community. In this post I share my experience (both as speaker and attendant) in WordCamp Cantabria 2015, which took place in el Palacio de la Magdalena, an awesome palace in Santander, Spain.
Learn one technique to increase product sales in a WooCommerce store with Nelio A/B Testing. Test the product copy to engage more and increase your revenue.
List of contributions that we have initiated in Nelio Software as part of Nelio’s strategic plan to create value in the WordPress Spanish Community.
In a short video you’ll easily learn how to start working with Nelio A/B Testing, by first installing the Nelio A/B Testing plugin in your WordPress site. No technical knowledge is required. In just few steps, you’ll be able to use Nelio A/B Testing and improve your website.
Migrating your WordPress site to another location should be a painless process. Just export your database, import it in the new host, move your files there, configure everything, and make the new site live. However, there are some steps that, when not done right, could provoke several problems that cause trouble and lead to unsuccessful site transfers. In this post I’ll review the required steps in a WordPress migration to show you the most common problems I found after three years migrating sites for customers of Migrate To WordPress.
To optimize your site you’ll observe, take measures, formulate hypotheses, and test them. It may seem like a lot of work, I know that. But you need to understand this is a consistent, structured, and ongoing process of making your website better over time. There are no silver bullets. Consistency is the key to success!
Just saying that one color converts better than another is senseless. What worked well in a particular website may harm the conversions of another one. That’s why you need to split test different color combinations in your site before choosing the winner one. Take into account color semantics and color-deficient visitors when creating the alternative color designs for your WordPress theme and elements. And then put your site under test. It’s never been that easy.