The eye-catching posts that promise to reveal the 5, or 10 or even 57 WordPress plugins you absolutely must use on your blog.
You click the headlines and scroll through the posts, your jaw hanging open at the seemingly endless opportunities to transform your blog.
And inevitably, you find yourself installing every single one.
But soon after, you realize that most of these plugins don’t live up to the hype.
In other words, you’ve wasted your time.
Worse still, your site has become noticeably slower. Your newly sluggish dashboard means tasks that used to take a few seconds now take a full minute. And your readers are getting a poor experience too.
It’s a common situation – “shiny object syndrome” is difficult to avoid.
But you must need some plugins installed on your blog, right?
So the question remains:
Which ones do you really need?
And wouldn’t it be great if someone could just tell you exactly what they are? More
For years, I’ve been “the traffic guy.” Not only because I’m good at getting it, but because it’s the question on the top of every blogger’s mind:
“How do I get more traffic to my blog?”
To some degree, this entire site is an answer to that question. You’ll learn more about getting blog traffic here than maybe anywhere else on the web.
But there’s one giant problem…
It’s the wrong question.
And I’ve known it for years.
And I’ve said nothing.
Not because I’m an asshole (well, maybe). No, the real reason is I felt like we were serving the needs of the market. People wanted to know how to get more traffic, so we created courses teaching them how. More