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47 WordPress Statistics We Bet You Didn’t Know in 2020

If this is your first time creating a website or you’ve already got a few under your belt, you may want to take a look at how WordPress can benefit you. WordPress was originally established in 2003 as a blogging platform, ticking the boxes for demands back in the early noughties. Since then, WordPress has come on leaps and bounds and has established the largest CMS market share across the world.

The infographic below, created by UK Web Host Review, is designed to open your eyes to the many possibilities WordPress presents. It will help you identify why WordPress is so popular, giving you the upper hand when designing your own WordPress website, or hiring a WordPress developer to create your site.

With WordPress powering over 27 million live websites across the internet, it’s hard to turn a blind eye to how successful the platform really is. One of the main selling points of WordPress is the almost unlimited amount of customisation it offers. Whether you’re looking to create an eCommerce website, personal blog, membership subscription service, or a forum, WordPress offers a platter of themes and plugins to indulge your creative side.

Now it’s time to dive into the latest WordPress statistics of 2020, covering WordPress usage statistics, WordPress plugin statistics, the latest WordPress security trends, and lots more. Buckle up and enjoy the ride!

47 WordPress Statistics We Bet You Didn’t Know in 2020 - An Infographic from UKWebHostReview

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Pay Per Click (PPC), Business

How To Get The Free Google Shopping Listings

Google Announces FREE Google Shopping Listings

Early this year, Google announced that Google Shopping will be allowing business to showcase product listings for free. Understandably, our digital marketing agency PPC and SEO specialists got very excited about this news. This was a move initially planned for a few month’s time, however the Covid-19 pandemic has caused a fast forward.

Google seems to have heard that callout for help and yesterday announced plans to help retailers find more customers online—for free, for the first time in 8 years, which will allow merchants to show their products across Google Shopping, which is a market reaching hundreds of millions of shoppers a day. Interestingly, this isn’t Google’s first time offering these product listings for free. Back in 2012, Google was offering shopping listings to retailers for free before they ultimately transitioned these listings into a paid ad space with shopping ads.


Broken Links and How to fix them in WordPress

Your website is an extension of your business and after putting a lot of hard work into making it a valuable resource for your visitors you want or rather need all links to be working. Broken links on your WordPress site or any other CMS system is bad user experience and also devalues your site’s SEO efforts as they restrict the flow of link equity to your site.

What are Broken Links?

We would define Broken links as “links that result in 404 error pages or simply do not work”. Some of the reasons why links don’t work include:

  • Terminated website i.e. website no longer available
  • A website page removed was moved without a redirect being added
  • The URL structure was changed

10 SEO Tips for any industry

Ranking high on Google search engine using SEO is the easiest way to gain customers to your business. After this coronavirus pandemic, every business knows the importance of being visible online, and huge lessons have been learned or are being learned.
What happens if your physical brick and mortar business is not accessible, can you be found online to transact? Businesses know this now and some have started investing heavily in their search engine optimisation.

In this article, we will put down some SEO tips & tweaks which you can do yourself to gain some big SERPs ranking and you can also use this to evaluate other SEO agencies when you request for a proposal.

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SEO, Business

Why every businesses need a blog?

According to HubSpot, the majority of businesses that include blogging in their marketing strategy, tend to generate 67% more leads than those who ignore and typically reject the idea of posting fresh content. Even before we started operating as a Digital marketing agency, we have always championed the idea of “Content is King” and clients that take on this advice end up thanking us in the future.


Why Do Local and Small Businesses Need SEO?

Data & Facts communicate a lot about critical elements in today’s business world and that includes SEO and how this is more important for all businesses. The plague that hit the world in 2020 and caused a lockdown made many businesses realise the importance of having an online visibility. Businesses that had invested in search engine optimisation continued trading seamlessly as they were there on the first page of Google & Bing search engines when people searched for them and we were able to deliver their orders(ecommerce, retails, restaurants, car showrooms etc). However, not all businesses benefited from this especially those in the service industry.
With 93% of online experiences beginning

Email Marketing

The Under-Appreciated Value Of Email For A Digital Business

There are many innovative technologies that are predicted to change the business landscape. No shortage of theories can be found about the ways that artificial intelligence, voice search and smart-wear might alter how customers interact with even the smallest of companies. In the midst of all this, we often forget that e-mail, often mistakenly considered to be old-fashioned by some, remains one of the most commonly used technologies.

Pay Per Click (PPC)

What is PPC? How does Pay-Per-Click Work?

Here at Simba Digital Marketing Agency, we offer a great deal of online services for businesses that extend beyond the simple creation and implementation of a website. One of those concerns PPC management, with PPC standing for Pay-Per-Click. Today, we will discuss this in further detail, as well as explaining why Google Adwords (Google Ads), Google Merchant Centre and Bing Ads could be of great benefit for your organisation.

Business, Tech

Right to Work Construction Identity Check Systems

When it comes to identity checks using MSite right to work check software functionality, the MSite technology that we provide is the leading virtual system for businesses to use, and it has proven particularly useful for construction firms who have large, varied and often-changing teams of employees. Here, we explain how the identity check systems work and how they can benefit your company.

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