Get More Money/Traffic Online increase website traffic 5 Simple Ways to Get More Traffic to Your Website (2021)

5 Simple Ways to Get More Traffic to Your Website (2021)


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Congratulations, you've set up your website and that's a big accomplishment. The next step I want to do is I want to walk you through a few things that you can do to increase traffic to your website.

That's a really big challenge that people who start their website have so let's walk through some things to get you started on the right track. The items that we'll be covering in this video are we'll do first and once we do that let's create a useful content outline for all of your articles.

We'll apply SEO basics to your website to make sure that it's seen in the search engines. We'll share on different social networks, this will provide the initial traffic that your site will need and then we'll start an email list so to get started let's talk about keyword research.

It's absolutely one of my favorite things to do when starting up a website because it allows me to go through and see what users are searching for in Google and what you can do before you start keyword research using a tool, go ahead and take pen and paper, I know it's old school, but go ahead and take a pen and paper and do a brain dump of all the topic ideas that you have and that you know about your business.

This will really give you an idea of what all you're going to talk about on your website and let you kind of organize all of the ideas. So after you've done the brain dump I'm going to show you two that you can use to get even more keyword ideas so let's get that going.

The first tool I'll show you is ahrefs, if you're familiar with other like semrush then you can use that but I'm comfortable using ahrefs and I love it so I'll show you this one and as I said before it is a paid tool but you can do 7-day trial for seven dollars and honestly with a new website that's going to be plenty of time and energy to really gather up a whole bunch of keywords that will take you years to write about.

So the seven day trial will probably work best for you but if not don't worry I'll show you a free alternative in a minute. We're going to do the keyword Explorer tool and with this you want to enter your seed keyword or the main keyword idea that your business is about.

For instance I'll put in plumbing as a seed keyword and then what we'll do is we'll go out and it'll do a few things it's going to check the volume, that means it's the search volume, how many people a month type in plumbing.

You'll also see the keyword difficulty, that's for how difficult might it be for your website to rank. The other thing I like about this is I typed in plumbing but it's going to bring back a ton of keywords related to this topic.

You'll see having the same terms it'll bring back it also ranks for, that means a website that ranks for plumbing is also ranking for these other keywords and you see the volume of the other keywords here.

They will give you search suggestions and then these are newly discovered, that means that these are new keywords that have just come into their database. So one of the first things I'll do when I'm doing my keyword research is I like to go down to the questions area.

Questions surrounding your keyword topic are super helpful. You could write the answers to multiple questions on your industry and your, your site would become immensely helpful to anyone who's searching for that and then these are all of the questions.

There are twenty over twenty five thousand keywords in a question form the question form is who, when, how, why, what and they're all pulled in. Since there are so many keywords we can drill down and start to filter on some of these items a little bit more.

What I like to do is if I'm a brand new website then I want to make sure that my keyword difficulty is thirty or less and again these are estimations that these use to identify how difficult it might be for a website to rank.

So to pare it down a little bit I've added in the keyword difficulty of thirty would be the maximum and now it brought back 408 keywords that I can write about. So looking at some of these my main columns that I worry about are the keyword.

Can I write about this topic? There's a very interesting parent topic if you want to start categorizing some of your topics then this gives you a good idea of that. You have the keyword difficulty which is their estimation of how difficult it might be for a new website to rank for these keywords.

The lower the better for you and then I also like to look at the volume. The volume is the estimated volume in a month that this keyword is being searched for. So it's estimated that about 700 people type in, "When was indoor plumbing invented".

you definitely want to go through here and get rid of any that might not work for your website. Don't feel like you need to write about these things. So for questions we have 408. I'll go ahead and click export.

You can do a quick export here where you save it locally, name it something that has meaning for you, and now I have all my questions that I can write articles about. Aside from the questions I like to go to all keyword ideas and that will bring up just a ton of keyword ideas for you again I'll go to 30 as my max and that's simply for the first round of articles that I'm going to write.

I want to write for the maybe easier ones to rank for. You see that brought it down but we still have a lot and that's okay. Once we click export it'll export the first thousand rows and that is still a lot to write about and like I said if you don't have a ahrefs or if you're not interested, there is another great tool called AnswerthePublic and it's, it's a free tool you can go pro but it's a free tool.

All you want to do is go in here, select your region or your language, type in the keyword and get questions and what answer the public is doing, say I'm gonna open up Google and I'm going to show you.

When you go in and you type in plumbing you see that Google is doing an auto suggest. These are like the top keywords, if I hit a spacebar and start going through the alphabet then those words change and I could do this all day long and I'll see all the different topics related to plumbing.

I can also do this where I do how plumbing and start going through the list as well. But that can be kind of tedious and I might not want to spend all my day doing that. The other thing it'll do is when you do a search, Google has a tendency to say, bring that people also ask for, so AnswerthePublic is doing all of that for you.

In, on their website and what it does is it will bring back all these questions, prepositions, comparisons, and it will bring back the whole alphabet and what you get is this great visual of plumbing and the questions related to plumbing that then you can go in and write these topics.

Now if you don't want to keep moving your head around you can go up here and click data and it'll show all of that in a data format. So you can see all of the questions that are being asked in Google so then you know exactly what people are searching for and you can answer those questions.

So think about how powerful that keyword research is in doing that. What you can do is go ahead and click download the CSV file so you can have it locally and you can start going through this whole list and just answering all those questions and writing articles about that.

So that is the power of keyword research and it's probably one of the reasons why I love it the most it's like a puzzle that you're putting together. Now as much fun as keyword research is there comes a time when you have to stop doing the keyword research, you've gotten all the keywords you can pull together and it's time to start creating the useful content for your visitors and this will be the bulk of your website.

So in creating useful content let's talk about a few of the things that you'll want to make sure that you do. First you want to be thorough, it used to be that you could throw together 500 word article and it would rank okay in Google's eyes.

That's not really the case anymore A) how much information are you really gathering to answer the question or to give the information to your user. Five hundred's really not going to be it your minimum is probably going to be a thousand and really in many reports that people have done the top results on Google are actually closer to two thousand words or more.

Now that doesn't mean to just fluff and add content in there even if it's not needed. Just be thorough however long or short that is to answer the user intent. The next thing you want to do is make sure that your content is readable.

Let me show you really quickly what this means. Both of these articles on the left and the right are the same article, but which one would you rather read? When I look at the one on the right I just want to run away because this is just a wall of text and I just can't see where I'm starting where I'm ending.

On the left you have the content, you have a lot of whitespace. We break up the information with things like images, sub headers, numbered lists, bullet points, and all of this helps me to scan or read the content as I'm scrolling through it.

So make sure that the content is readable. The next thing you want to do is once you've created the content, you've made it readable, you also want to create great headlines and let me walk you through what I mean by this.

Headlines are one of the most important parts of your whole article, in fact there are people who will actually take the same amount of time that it takes to create the article to write their headline and so let's look at this in detail.

So if you're an expert in plumbing you probably know exactly what your site is about and exactly what you're about to talk about. You want to say something like you're doing it wrong and then you're going to go into the article and discuss how to fix a leaky faucet or whatever the article is about.

Well that's okay, you know what the article is about but the problem is Google doesn't know what the article is about, they see the content in your article, but it's not tying up with the headline and so they're more likely to not rank you very high because they're just not sure what it's about.

What you really want to do with the headline is you want to make sure that you have the keywords that you saw people are using when they're searching in Google. Make sure you have those keywords in the headline themselves.

So let's try it again, how to fix a leaky faucet. Well that's actually really good, it has all the keywords that the user will probably search for and so it's going to satisfy Google they're gonna say oh the headline is about leaky faucet, it's scanning through your article itself it notices keywords that are associated with fixing a leaky faucet it says okay this is probably a really good one.

I'm going to rank this and let people see it in the search results when they search for this. So you think you're probably done, well not exactly because you're answering the question for Google and Google's going to show you in the results but the problem is when a reader goes through and they're scanning through all of the available articles in the Google search results so they're probably going to skip it because yeah it's serving the purpose but it's not really exciting them on how it's going to fix their leaky faucet problem and how it's going to fix their issue and what you can do to fix that is you'll want to add power words.

OptinMonster has a great resource on their website and it showcases 700 different power words that you can use for your headline and I'll link in the description below so you can have it. So let's go back to our example and let's try it one more time.

Okay, so let's try eight easy ways on how to fix a leaky faucet today and notice we put that in parentheses. Parentheses or brackets seem to give a little extra umph for people when they see it. We're giving them different ways that they can do it, are they going to be easy? Yeah, they're going to be easy and that they can do that today they don't have to wait for the weekend or some other time to fix their leaky faucet.

So really take some time to go through and craft the perfect headline for your articles. Okay, once you've created your content and you've done a great job of your new headline you want to apply some SEO basics to your articles.

All that means is you just want to make sure that the search engines have a better chance of finding your articles. We already did that by making sure that the keyword is in our title, making sure that some of the keywords are all throughout our article, the next thing you want to do is if you have any images in the article you want to make sure that the title as well as the alt text are filled out.

This is great for SEO but it's also important for accessibility. That's for people who can't see, they rely on readers to tell them what the images say with the alt text. You'll also want to make sure that you do internal linking.

You're going to have more than one article and do you want to tell Google what all of your articles about. I'll give you an example. This is a guide on our website on how to and throughout the article we have links here and you see when I hover over this down at the bottom it says where it's going.

So these are internal links on the website and they do a little help to tell Google what this article is about so this is the anchor text. It's also the keywords that I want this article that I'm pointing to, to rank for and you'll want to do a lot of that for your website as well.

It helps Google know more and more what your website is about. It also helps people if they're reading through the article if they're interested in what you're talking about that it's an easy way for them to click on that to go to that next article and read that as well.

One of the ways that you can help with your SEO basics is install a, an SEO plugin like the Yoast SEO plugin and it just gives you green and yellow lights to let you know if you're on track for doing some of these things.

If you want to go further than that we have the WordPress SEO guide on our site that I'll link in the description so that you can see some of the other ways to improve your SEO as well. Great, now that you've started creating articles and you have some on your website the next thing you want to do is go ahead and start doing some online networking.

This is kind of the same thing as if you're building a store in your town and you go to the local Chamber of Commerce to get your name out you go to local conferences or local meetups and you hand out your business card it's kind of the same thing that you want to start doing online as well.

SEO takes a while and it will take a little while for your articles to start coming up in Google search so you want to help that out by creating social networks and really getting involved online if you can to help with this process.

So like I said you can create your social profile and the different social networks. If you're a local business create a Facebook page, create a profile in Google my business, let me show you what Google my business is.

If I'm searching for a plumber near me, these results are because they are in Google my business. So you'll want to set up Google my business especially if you're a local business setting up shop.

The next thing you want to do is go ahead and get into some online communities. There are several Facebook groups, I would say Facebook pages you'll want to have for local business but I wouldn't spend a whole lot of time on your Facebook page because Facebook's algorithm has just changed that they really aren't wanting anybody to go off of Facebook.

But, Facebook groups are still really important and that's for any industry related thing if there is a town group for instance my town has a word-of-mouth group on Facebook that anyone can go to to ask people's opinions on a local business and then the local business owners can chime in there too.

So see if there's a Facebook group for your community. Other search engines, what I mean by other search engines are Pinterest kind of considered a social network but it and YouTube are actually also their own search engines YouTube is the number two search engine so if you're creating a craft related or a visually appealing service or if you have a visually appealing service or product then Pinterest can drive a lot of traffic to your site.

The same thing with YouTube, if you have a service that you can do a lot of videos for. Also go to a lot of Q&A websites, you have things like Reddit, Quora where you can find what people are asking for and you can share your response and your experience with them and then if it's related go ahead and drop a link in there.

Now you'll also want to make sure that you're sharing useful information and you're not just going to these groups spamming them with your links just provide value. I'll give you an example of something happened this morning, someone shared in a blogging group the results that happened for him.

He's part of a biking group and he asked for other people's opinions on the best tire pressure that they should have for fat tires and everybody helped and gave them their idea. He went off and created an article that should be helpful for people looking for that information.

He went back to his group and just shared the information said thanks for giving me your input by the way here's the link to the article that I wrote based on what you all said and from just sharing that information and asking for feedback and help he got 300 visitors that day and it's a very new website so it was pretty surprising for him to get that many visitors in one day just by being part of these groups and being helpful.

And finally, let's talk about building an email list. You'll want to give your users a way to get on your email list by doing just a simple optin form that just has a name and email and you tell them that what they'll be receiving once they get on your email list and at a later date even add a lead magnet and I'll share with you a resource of several lead magnet ideas that you can choose from.

But, I would say to begin with just go with the optin form and get it on your website, you can have it to where you put the optin form on at the end of every article and I would even do this before you get going on the online networking.

With an email list you can continue to drive repeat visitors back to your website by continuing to send them emails when say you update your blog post and that's really helpful to grow your traffic.

In this video we've covered five different ways to and in the next video I'll walk you through the six ways that you can to your website. Did you learn today's video? If so subscribe to our YouTube channel and we'll send more helpful tips to help you manage your WordPress website and thanks for watching.

congratulations you've set up your website and that's a big accomplishment the next step I want to do is I want to walk you through a few things that you can do to increase traffic to your website that's a really big challenge that people who start their website have so let's walk through some things to get you started on the right track dadums that we'll be covering in this video art will do keyword research first and once we do that let's create a useful content outline for all of your articles will apply SEO basics to your website to make sure that it's seen in the search engines will share on different social networks this will provide the initial traffic that your site will need and then we'll start an email list so to get started let's talk about keyword research it's absolutely one of my favorite things to do when starting up a website because it allows me to go through and see what users are searching for in Google and what you can do before you start keyword research using a tool go ahead and take and in paper I know it's old school but go ahead and take a pen and paper and do a brain dump of all the topic ideas that you have and that you know about your business this will really give you an idea of what all you're going to talk about on your website and let you kind of organize all of the ideas so after you've done the brain dump I'm going to show you two tools that you can use to get even more keyword ideas so let's get that going the first tool I'll show you is href if you're familiar with other tools like semrush then you can use that but I'm comfortable using HRF and I love it so I'll show you this one and as I said before it is a paid tool but you can do 7-day trial for seven dollars and honestly with a new website that's going to be plenty of time and energy to really gather up a whole bunch of keywords that will take you years to write about so the seven day trial will probably work best for you but if not don't worry I'll show you a free alternative in a minute we're going to do the keyword Explorer tool and with this you want to enter your seed keyword or the main keyword idea that your business is about for instance I'll put in plumbing as a seed keyword and then what we'll do is we'll go out and it'll do a few things it's going to check the volume I mean it's the search volume how many people a month type in plumbing you'll also see the keyword difficulty that's for how difficult might it be for your website to ring the other thing I like about this is I typed in plumbing but it's going to bring back a ton of keywords related to this topic you'll see having the same terms it'll bring back it also ranks for that means a website that ranks for plumbing is also ranking for these other keywords and you see the volume of the other keywords here they will give you search suggestions and then these are newly discovered that means that these are new keywords that have just come into their database so one of the first things I'll do when I'm doing my keyword research is I like to go down to the questions area questions surrounding your keyword topic are super helpful you could write the answers to multiple questions on your industry and your your site would become immensely helpful to anyone who's searching for that and then these are all of the questions there are twenty over twenty five thousand keywords in a question form the question form is who when how why what and they're all pulled in since there are so many keywords we can drill down and start to filter on some of these items a little bit more what I like to do is if I'm a brand new website then I want to make sure that my keyword difficulty is thirty or less and again these are estimations that these tools use to identify how difficult it might be for a website to rank so to pare it down a little bit I've added in the keyword difficulty of thirty would be the maximum and now it brought back 408 keywords that I can write about so looking at some of these my main columns that I worry about are the keyword can I write about this topic there's a very interesting parent topic if you want to start categorizing some of your topics then this gives you a good idea of that you have the keyword difficulty which isn't there summation of how difficult it might be for a new website to rank for these keywords the lower the better for you and then I also like to look at the volume the volume is the estimated volume in a month that this keyword is being searched for so it's estimated that about 700 people type in one was indoor plumbing invented it definitely want to go through here and get rid of any that might not work for your website don't feel like you need to write about these things so for questions we have 408 alcoho and click export' you can do a quick export here where you save it locally name it something that has meaning for you and now I have all my questions that I can write articles about aside from the questions I like to go to all keyword ideas and that will bring up just a ton of keyword ideas for you again I'll go to 30 as my max and that's simply for the first round of articles that I'm going to write I want to write for the maybe easier ones to rank for you see that brought it down but we still have a lot and that's okay once we click export it'll export the first thousand rows and that is still a lot to write about and like I said if you don't have a tres or if you're not interested there is another great tool called answer the public and it's it's a free tool you can go pro but it's a free tool all you want to do is go in here select your region or your language type in the keyword and get questions and what answer the public is doing say I'm gonna open up Google and I'm going to show you when you go in and you type in plumbing you see that Google is doing an auto suggest these are like the top keywords if I hit a spacebar and start going through the alphabet then those words change and I could do this all day long and I'll see all the different topics related to plumbing I can also do this where I do how – plumbing and start going through the list as well but that can be kind of tedious and I might not want to spend all my day doing that the it'll do is when you do a search Google has a tendency to say bring back that people also ask for so and so the public is doing all of that for you in on their website and what it does is it will bring back all these questions prepositions comparisons and it will bring back the whole alphabet and what you get is this great visual of plumbing and the questions related to plumbing that then you can go in and write these topics now if you don't want to keep moving your head around you can go up here and click data and it'll show all of that in a data format so you can see all of the questions that are being asked in Google so then you know exactly what people are searching for and you can answer those questions so think about how powerful that keyword research is in doing them what you can do is go ahead and click download the CSV file so you can have it locally and you can start going through this whole list and just answering all those questions and writing articles about that so that is the power of keyword research and it's probably one of the reasons why I love it the most it's like a puzzle that you're putting together now as much fun as keyword research is there comes a time when you have to stop doing the keyword research you've gotten all the keywords you can pull together and it's time to start creating the useful content for your visitors and this will be the bulk of your website so in creating useful content let's talk about a few of the things that you'll want to make sure that you do first you want to be thorough it used to be that you could throw together 500 word article and it would rank okay in Google's eyes that's not really the case anymore a how much our information are you really gathering to answer the question or to give the information to your user five founders really not going to be it your minimum is probably going to be a thousand and really in many reports that people have done the top results on Google are actually closer to two thousand words or more now that doesn't mean to just fluff and add content in there even if it's not needed just be thorough however long or short that is to answer the user intent the next thing you want to do is make sure that your content is eatable let me show you really quickly what this means both of these articles on the left and the right are the same article but which one would you rather read when I look at the one on the right I just want to run away because this is just a wall of text and I just can't see where I'm starting where I'm ending on the left you have the content you have a lot of whitespace we break up the information with things like images sub headers numbered lists bullet points and all of this helps me to scan or read the content as I'm scrolling through it so make sure that the content is readable the next thing you want to do is once you've created the content you've made it readable you also want to create great headlines and let me walk you through what I mean by this headlines are one of the most important parts of your whole article in fact there are people who will actually take the same amount of time that it takes to create the article to write their headline and so let's look at this in detail so if you're an expert in plumbing you probably know exactly what your site is about and exactly what you're about to talk about you want to say something like you're doing it wrong and then you're going to go into the article and discuss how to fix a leaky faucet or whatever the article is about well that's okay you know what the article is about but the problem is Google doesn't know what the article is about they see the content in your article but it's not tying up with the headline and so they're more likely to not rank you very high because they're just not sure what it's about what you really want to do with the headline is you want to make sure that you have the keywords that you saw people are using when they're searching in Google make sure you have those keywords in the headline themselves so let's try it again how to fix a leaky faucet well that's actually really good it has all the keywords that the user will probably search for and so it's going to satisfy Google they're gonna say oh the headline is about leaky faucet it's scanning through your article itself it notice this keywords that are associated with fixing a leaky faucet it says okay this is probably a really good one I'm going to rank this and let people see it in the search results when they search for this so you think you're probably done well not exactly because you're answering the question for Google and Google's going to show you in the results but the problem is when a reader goes through and they're scanning through all of the available articles in the Google search results so they're probably going to skip it because yeah it's serving the purpose but it's not really exciting them on how it's going to fix their leaky faucet problem and how it's going to fix their issue and what you can do to fix that is you'll want to add power words optinmonster has a great resource on their website and it showcases 700 different power words that you can use for your headline and I'll link in the description below so you can have it so let's go back to our example and let's try it one more time okay so let's try eight easy ways on how to fix a leaky faucet today and those we put that in parentheses parentheses or brackets seem to give a little extra umph for people when they see it we're giving them different ways that they can do it are they going to be easy yeah they're going to be easy and that they can do that today they don't have to wait for the weekend or some other time to fix their leaky faucet so really take some time to go through and craft the perfect headline for your articles okay once you've created your content and you've done a great job of your new headline you want to apply some SEO basics to your articles all that means is you just want to make sure that the search engines have a better chance of finding your articles we already did that by making sure that the keyword is in our title making sure that some of the keywords are all throughout our article the next thing you want to do is if you have any images in the article you want to make sure that the title as well as the alt text are filled out this is great for SEO but it's also important for accessibility that's for people who can't see they rely on readers to tell them what the images say with the alt text you also want to make sure that you do internal linking you're going to have more than one article do you want to tell Google what all of your articles about I'll give you an example this is a guide on our website on how to and throughout the article we have links here and you see when I hover over this down at the bottom it says where it's going so these are internal links on the website and they do a little help to tell Google what this article is about so this is the anchor text it's also the keywords that I want this article that I'm pointing to to rank for and you'll want to do a lot of that for your website as well it helps Google know more and more what your website is about it also helps people if they're reading through the article if they're interested in what you're talking about that it's an easy way for them to click on that to go to that next article and read that as well one of the ways that you can help with your SEO basics is install a an SEO plugin like the Yoast SEO plugin and it just gives you green and yellow lights to let you know if you're on track for doing some of these things if you want to go further than that we have the WordPress SEO guide on our site that I'll link in the description so that you can see some of the other ways to improve your SEO as well great now that you've started creating articles and you have some on your website the next thing you want to do is go ahead and start doing some online networking this is kind of the same thing as if you're building a store in your town and you go to the local Chamber of Commerce to get your name out you go to local conferences or local meetups and you hand out your business card it's kind of the same thing that you want to start doing online as well SEO takes a while and it will take a little while for your articles to start coming up in Google search so you want to help that out by creating social networks and really getting involved online if you can to help with this process so like I said you can create your social profile and the different social networks if you're a local business create a Facebook page create a profile in Google my business let me show you what Google my business is I'm searching for a plumber near me these results are because they are in Google my business so you'll want to set up Google my business especially if you're a local business setting up shop the next thing you want to do is go ahead and get into some online communities there are several Facebook groups I would say Facebook pages you'll want to have for local business but I wouldn't spend a whole lot of time on your Facebook page because Facebook's algorithm has just changed that they really aren't wanting anybody to go off of Facebook but Facebook groups are still really important and that's for any industry related thing if there is a town group for instance my town has a word-of-mouth group on Facebook that anyone can go to to ask people's opinions on a local business and then the local business owners can chime in there too so see if there's a Facebook group for your community other search engines what I mean by other search engines are Pinterest kind of considered a social network but it in YouTube are actually also their own search engines YouTube is the number two search engine so if you're creating a craft related or a visually appealing service or if you have a visually appealing service or product then Pinterest can drive a lot of traffic to your site the same thing with YouTube if you have a service that you can do a lot of videos for also go to a lot of QA websites you have things like Reddit Cora where you can find what people are asking for and you can share your response and your experience with them and then if it's related go ahead and drop a link in there now you'll also want to make sure that you're sharing useful information and you're not just going to these groups spamming them with your links just provide value I'll give you an example of something happened this morning someone shared in a blogging group the results that happened for him he's part of a biking group and he asked for other people's opinions on the best tire pressure that they should have for fat tires and everybody helped and gave them their idea he went off and created an article that should be helpful for people looking for that information he went back to his group and just shared the information said thanks for giving me your input by the way here's the link to the article that I wrote based on what wall said and from just sharing that information and asking for feedback and help he got 300 visitors that day and it's a very new website so it was pretty surprising for him to get that many visitors in one day just by being part of these groups and being helpful and finally let's talk about building an email list you'll want to give your users a way to get on your email list by doing just a simple opt-in form that just has a name and email and you tell them that what they'll be receiving once they get on your email us and at a later date even add a lead magnet and I'll share with you a resource of several lead magnet ideas that you can choose from but I would say to begin with just go with the opt-in form and get it on your website you can have it to where you put the opt-in form on at the end of every article and I would even do this before you get going on the online networking with an email list you can continue to drive repeat visitors back to your website by continuing to send them emails when say you update your blog post and that's really helpful to grow your traffic in this video we've covered five different ways to and in the next video I'll walk you through the six ways that you can to your website did you learn today's video if so subscribe to our YouTube channel and we'll send more helpful tips to help you manage your WordPress website and thanks for watching watching

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