Awhile back I purchased a domain: wptopten.com with the goal of putting my top list of WordPress themes, plugins, resources, etc. Well, like a lot of things life got in the way and side projects such as this got pushed to the back. There was no reason to push this ahead in my daily, weekly, monthly work-flow. I had no intention of trying to make money off or anything like that. It was an idea that I was hoping to bring to fruition sooner than later.
Thus the reason for this post.
I plan on doing monthly status updates complete with analytics with detail instructions on how everything was done.
So, let’s start at the beginning.
Theme: Woo Themes – Canvas child (Woo Child)
- Features (Woothemes)
- Google Analytics by Yoast
- Google Sitemap by BestWebSoft
- Gravity Forms
- Icons For Features
- Image Widget
- Really Simple CAPTCHA
- The Events Calendar
- WordPress SEO (Yoast)
Google Analytics: Check – used Yoast analytics to connect with my account
Google Webmaster Tools: check – submitted sitemap (xml) that is created by the plugin “Google Sitemap by BestWebSoft”
Connecting analytics with webmaster tools: check
- About: A quick write-up that will be more developed as the site grows.
- Contact: A quick contact form (using Gravity Forms with CAPTCHA to weed through the spam)
There will more in-depth as I develop the site more.
Content: Top 10 WordPress SEO Plugins
Case Study: WordPress Top Ten Part IIv
Updating all pages and home page with custom SEO write-up (Meta description / title ):
Create more dynamic content and show a ROI on improvements in Google Analytics
What would you like to see in this “Case Study” as it progresses?
I am opening up all analytics, Google Webmaster Tools, seo tools – let me know in the comments below.