How to install wordpress on localhost? | By
Mahesh Waghmare

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  

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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

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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

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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

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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

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