NoSpin WordPress Documentation

Welcome to your access point for announcements and articles related to WordPress on NoSpin WordPress and NoSpin Web Hosting. The current Help Categories are available in the right sidebar. We recommend reading the posts in the Getting Started category first. If you don’t see a post related to your question under the 5 tabs in the Getting Started category, please send us an Email.

This entire site is undergoing reconstruction to better assist the needs of our WordPress clients. Irrelevant and outdated blog posts regarding the visual layout builder will no longer be available. The registration, login and client portal information should remain correct; however, if you have any problems, please Email the administrator directly at admin@nospinwordpress.com.

The default front-end layout builder on NoSpin WordPress is the Divi Visual Builder by Elegant Themes. Both the Divi and Extra themes are options available to you from the Appearance > Themes menu item in your Dashboard.

You must submit a Client Portal support ticket to request the Gutenberg editor along with the latest WordPress default theme. At this point, Gutenberg is not a front-end page layout builder.

RSS Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

  • What is keyword cannibalization? May 20, 2020
    If you optimize your articles for similar terms, your rankings might suffer from keyword cannibalization: you’ll be ‘devouring’ your own chances to rank in Google! Especially when your site is growing, chances are your content will start competing with itself. Here, I’ll explain why keyword cannibalism can be detrimental to SEO, how you can recognize […]
  • Optimize for rich results with the Rich Results Testing Tool May 19, 2020
    Google has loads of interesting free tools, but two important ones for helping you improve your site are Search Console and the Rich Results Testing Tool. Search Console helps you get a general feel for how your site is doing in the SERPs, plus to keep an eye on any errors to fix and improvements […]
  • 3 SEO quick wins to implement right now May 18, 2020
    We all want to increase our sales, lift engagement, and get the best possible result out of our website. That’s why it only seems right to give you a three-step rocket of SEO quick wins to kick-start your website. In this post, I will show you three things you can do right now to improve […]
  • Ultimate guide to small business SEO May 14, 2020
    This ultimate guide covers small business SEO. Want your site to rank high in the local search results? Read all about it here! The post Ultimate guide to small business SEO appeared first on Yoast.
  • Yoast SEO 14.1 adds French word forms in beta May 13, 2020
    Yoast SEO uses sophisticated language analysis tools to help you optimize your texts. Most checks work for any language, but our Premium analysis relies on word recognition functionality, which we develop custom for every language. It takes a lot of time to get this perfect for every language out there. Starting with French in Yoast […]
  • Reach the right audience by finding your shop’s niche May 12, 2020
    When you’ve determined your shop’s mission, you should focus on finding the right niche for your business. Merriam Webster defines a niche as “the situation in which a business’s products or services can succeed by being sold to a particular kind or group of people”. If you find your niche, you’ll be able to optimize your […]
  • SEO copywriting and writing for sales May 11, 2020
    Writing is hard. Writing for search engines is even harder. What about writing for the search engines and writing for sales simultaneously? Is that even doable? Because, in the end, you want to write copy that ranks in the search engines AND convinces people to buy your stuff, contact you, subscribe to your newsletter or […]
  • Complete beginner’s guide to SEO May 8, 2020
    The first step in every content SEO strategy should be executing keyword research. In this ultimate guide we'll teach you how to do that. The post Complete beginner’s guide to SEO appeared first on Yoast.
  • Why we love WordPress: User-friendliness May 7, 2020
    At Yoast we love WordPress for multiple reasons. That’s why we decided to make a series of articles about the reasons we love WordPress, starting with an important one: user-friendliness. I’ve tried my share of closed and open-source content management systems. From simple text file based systems 20 years ago to in-house developed closed source […]
  • What is a progressive web app (PWA)? Why would you want one? May 6, 2020
    It’s been years since the beginning of the age of the smartphone. With it came the era of native apps. Apps continue to play a massive role in our daily life, and many business owners have asked themselves multiple times: should we have an app? Of course, the only answer to that is — it […]