How to Install WordPress in localhost?

Read this tutorial to learn how to install wordpress on localhost and build your own website….
Section-1 Download & Unzip wordpress on localhost
Section-2 Creating database for wordpress
Section-3 Installation of wordpress
Section-4 Change Default theme of wordpress
Section-1 Download & Unzip wordpress on localhost
Step-1.1 Download wordpress in .zip or .tar.gz format
Step-1.2 Open .zip file and click on extract
Step-1.3 Choose path of your folder. Here I unzip wordpress in “wp-shop1” folder into c:\wamp\www\. You can choose your own.
Step-1.4 Following folder structure of wordpress shown in our c:\wamp\www\wp-shop1 folder.
OK, Section-1 is complete now you successfully unzip wordpress to localhost. To install wordpress you need a database. To create database read Section-2 Create database for wordpress
Section-2 Creating database for wordpress
Step-2.1 Open localhost/phpmyadmin on your favorite browser. I like open it in Mozilla. Click on Databases
Step-2.2 EnterDatabase name and click on create. Here I create database shop1. You can choose your own database.
After click on create “Database created successfully” message shown on your browser.
Now next step is wordpress installation. Read next section.
Section-3 Installation of wordpress
Step-3.1 Goto browsers address bar and enter “localhost/wp-shop1”. Then page is open as follows:
Click on create configuration file to install wordpress.
Step-3.2 Now you are ready to install wordpress. Click on lets go!
Step-3.3Enter Database name which is created in phpmyadmin here my database name is shop1.
Also enter user name, password, host. Here default user name is root & password is nothing. Note table prefix is (optional).
Step-3.4 Click on run the install
Step-3.5 Enter your site name, user name & password. Note this user name & password is important. Because after installation & all times when you open the wordpress in admin mode, wordpress ask you admin name & password. So, use strong password here.
Step-3.6 Click on log intoopen login window
Step-3.7 Enter user name & password to open wordpress admin.
Step-3.8 This window show you your dashboard. It means you install wordpress successfully. This is your admin dashboard. To view your site follows next steps.
Note: To open admin panel of wordpress enterlocalhost/your-site/wp-admin. “wp-admin” is used for logging into wordpress.Whenever you want to login to
WordPress admin panel then enter localhost/your-site/wp-admin. I use “localhost/wp-shop1/wp-admin”
Step-3.9 Right click on my site-> view site to open your site.
Step-4 OK. This is your site. WordPress show you default theme of wordpress. You can create your own or use another one. To change theme follow next section.
Section-4 Change Default theme of wordpress
Step-4.1 To change theme goto your admin panel i.e. opened at “localhost/wp-shop1/wp-admin”
Notewp-admin” is used for logging to wordpress admin dashboard. Ok to change theme click on appearance->Themes
Step-4.2 WordPress shows default 3 themes. To activate theme click on activate button of specific theme as you like and click on activate.
Step-4.4 Again click on my Shop-> ViewsiteOR enter on address bar “localhost/wp-shop1” press enter to view your new theme.
Ok. This is basic tutorial. Now you successfully download, install & change theme of wordpress.
If you have a about query about wordpress please feel free to contact me.
I hope this tutorial is helpful for you. Thanks.

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How to Decrease Your Bounce Rate

You’ve heard the term “bounce rate” before, but do you know what it means? Google Analytics defines “bounce rate” as the percentage of single page sessions on your website.

Now that you know what a bounce rate is, do you know how you can decrease your bounce rate? Instead of breaking down the specifics of it in a text blog, I’ve decided to create an infographic that shows you what you need to do.

Here’s how you can decrease your bounce rate:

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How to Decrease Your Bounce Rate
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If you don’t have much time to focus on decreasing your bounce rate, first look to see where you are in comparison to other sites in your space. For example, the infographic above shows that blogs typically have a bounce rate of 70% to 98%, and e-commerce sites have a bounce rate between 20% to 40%.

Once you know where you stand compared to other sites within your space, you can determine if you need to focus on decreasing your bounce rate or not. If you do need to decrease your bounce rate, consider implementing the following elements:

  • More white space to help increase engagement
  • Larger headlines to draw your visitors in
  • Bulleted lists to make your text more readable
  • High contrasting colors to increase usability
  • Faster load times to prevent people from leaving in frustration

How else can you decrease your bounce rate?



The Surprising Words That Get Content Shared on Social Media

Do you want more social media traffic?

Did you know that the words you use within your content could drastically affect how much social media traffic you get? For example, if you want more Facebook traffic, then using words like “when,” “tell us,” “submit,” “deals,” and “discounts” can help you get more shares, likes and traffic to your site.

On the other hand, if you use the words “contest,” “promotion,” or “coupon” on Facebook, you’ll actually get fewer shares and likes and less traffic.

In order to help you determine what words you should use and what words you should avoid using on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Google+, I’ve created an infographic that breaks down desirable and undesirable word usage on each of these social media platforms.

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The Surprising Words That Get Content Shared on Social Media
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You may not believe that changing a word or two can affect social media traffic, but it really can. Just look at sites like Upworthy. They’ve done extremely well because of their titles.

If you are looking for more social media traffic, combine the words you see in the infographic above with the headline ideas within this blog post.

What other words can help you drive more social media traffic?

How Google Search Engine Works

Have you ever wondered how Google works? Sure, it has a complex algorithm that looks at hundreds of variables, but in simple terms…do you know how Google works? To help you get a better understanding of Google’s algorithm as well as to show you how some of Google’s features work, I’ve created an animated infographic to explain the whole process. Click on the image below to see a larger view:

How Google Works
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What makes Google so beautiful as a search engine is that although a lot of complex processes are taking place in the background, from a user perspective, it’s simple and easy to use. As a searcher, any time you type something, you get relevant results related to your query. And you get it all in 1/8th of a second. If you are going to learn something from this infographic, it should be two things:

  1. How Google works.
  2. No matter how complicated your product may be on the back end, you need to make sure it’s simple and easy to use from a user perspective. Companies that make things complicated will have a much harder time marketing their products than those who make their ideas simple.

So, what do you think about Google? As a marketer, I love it but mainly because it drives a lot of traffic and revenue to my businesses.

How to increse linkedin engagement by 386%

LinkedIn may not seem as sexy as Twitter or Facebook, but with over 259,000,000 users and 2,100,000 groups, it’s a social channel that you can’t ignore.

Sure, you won’t generate as much traffic from LinkedIn as you will from other social sites, but it’s audience tends to be businesses, which means each LinkedIn visitor is going to be worth more money.

So, how can you leverage LinkedIn? Well, you probably already know that posting on the weekdays during the mornings helps. But did you know that if you do 20 posts a month, you’d reach 60% of your audience?

If you want to maximize your LinkedIn engagement, just follow the steps in the infographic below.

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How to Increase LinkedIn Engagement by 386%
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If you aren’t leveraging LinkedIn yet, hopefully the infographic above changes your mind. And if that doesn’t, consider that the highest quality of leads that I generate for tend to come from LinkedIn ads.

Three simple ways in which you can get more traffic from LinkedIn are:

  1. When you post images, you’ll notice that you get 98% more comments.
  2. If you link to your YouTube videos from LinkedIn, on average, you’ll generate 75% more shares.
  3. Keep in mind that 60% of your connections on LinkedIn are interested in industry updates, while only 43% are interested in news and products from your company.

So, in what other ways can you leverage LinkedIn?