Torres is a single column, content centric free premium theme. The theme is built with more emphasis is presenting your content more prominently with media. The large featured image makes it suitable for artists, photographers, journals etc. The theme is wordpress 3.6 compatible and the homepage of the theme features a large flexslider section. The footer of the theme consists 3 different widgets section.
Revera is a free premium wordpress theme based on the Bootstrap 3 framework. This is a responsive wordpress theme with all the bootstrap goodness packed in it. The theme is WordPress 3.6 ready. The theme comes with features like, custom menu, featured images, custom homepage template, portfolio page template , widgetized sidebar and footer, custom widgets on homepage, theme option page etc.
1.Slider category – Set a category for jQuery slider on the homepage.
2. Number of slides – Set a number of slides on the jQuery slider.
3. Portfolio category – The portfolio uses category to identify the contents. So assign a category for portfolio items.
4. Portfolio items per page – Set the number of portfolio items per page.
5. Homepage widgets – The homepage template contains 3 custom widget areas that can be configured from the options panel. You can enter a widget title, widget text and a widget icon. For the widget icon name plz refer the bootstrap glyphicons.
6. Banner settings – Configure the banner ads.
This is another free premium theme call it post. Its minimal type extremely clean and simple, it has masonry feature, easy to use and set. It has 8 different layouts, slider big and small variations, and 9 smooth color styles to choose from and much more…
- Nice homepage slider included
- Featured Posts Section in sidebar
- Advanced theme control panel
- Latest WordPress compatible
- WordPress 3.0 custom menu support
- Special multi level drop-down menu
- 9 color schemes
- Choice for different layouts
- 3 Layouts for slider
- 2 layout for blog pages
- Ability to choose any layout for homepage
- Special contact page script
- Custom logo image integration
- Widget ready sidebar
- WordPress Build in post thumbnail
- Built-in site search
- Full documentation included
- Pure CSS layouts. No tables
- SEO optimized code
VentureBeat reports that LinkedIn is experimenting with location-based features similar to those offered Foursquare. This information comes courtesy of LinkedIn designers Mauroof Ahmed and Moses Ting and first reported by VentureBeat. LinkedIn’s latest experiment comes at a time when the company is actively trying to boost engagement amongst its users. LinkedIn has made other comparable moves lately, including the introduction of redesigned Web profiles, and the launch of LinkedIn’s new Connected app. Ahmed and Ting tell VentureBeat that LinkedIn may extend the “signals” in its Connected app with updates like location alerts, moving beyond generic professional alerts, like job anniversaries. […]
It’s only fitting we return home to the USA for this month’s edition of SEJ’ SEOlympics – it is the month we celebrate our independence and all. However, we’ve opted to break the list up into regions – starting with blogs located on the East Coast. This way we won’t leave out any of the phenomenal marketer blogs in America. But, before we get into the list, here’s some interesting stats surrounding content marketing in North America. Based on research conducted from the Content Marketing Institute, 9 out of 10 marketers were using content marketing in 2013. Marketers also increased the […]
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Too often the CEO of a company is the last to learn about the newest search engine optimization practices. With an entire business to over see, it is no wonder. However, company-wide support of SEO is, and always has been, extremely important for companies who want to remain competitive in organic search. Yet, the CEOs of many organizations are left working with outdated or even completely inaccurate information. That is why I’ve put together this list of seven misconceptions CEOs commonly have about SEO. SEO is a “Quick Fix” Prior to Google’s Penguin and Panda updates, it was possible for business owners to achieve high rankings, sometimes within days. ‘Gaming’ […]
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The searcher lands on your website. Browses through your content and leaves. No clicks, no conversions. Either he didn’t find what he was looking for or your web page was too difficult for him to use. A high bounce rate says your website attracts a large number of visitors who are not your potential customers or what you are selling is not relevant to them. It is a signal that your website and your marketing strategy needs a serious redesigning. What is Bounce Rate? In simple words, bounce rate is the number of people who came to your site and […]
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You started your career as a chemist before becoming a member of the SEO industry. Will you share with our readers what made you decide to make this career move? The path is a long one, and it was not straight from being a chemist to an SEO guy. As a chemist I did work in the industry as a quality analyst and chemist at SGS and also in the academe as a college instructor at De La Salle University while finishing my master’s degree. During that time, anything computer related was more of a hobby. I was building computers for friends and started selling them, […]
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Twitter recently released a report sharing some key insights into how millennials prefer to engage on Twitter. In addition, the report also provides data-backed tips about the best ways to build a rapport with this demographic. The information in the report comes from an online survey of U.S. Twitter users who signed into the platform weekly, and defined millennials as users ages 18-34. Here are some of the key findings and tips included in the study: 1. 80% of millennial Twitter users access Twitter on a mobile device In addition, 81% percent of those surveyed check Twitter at least once […]
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The second annual US Search Awards is taking place at Treasure Island on Wednesday 8 October 2014 during Pubcon Las Vegas. The awards ceremony recognizes and rewards organizations, agencies and individuals based or working in the USA search and digital marketing industry. Entries for the 2014 US Search Awards are set to close on Friday, July 18th, which means you still have over a week to send in your entry form. The awards ceremony promises to be “the biggest celebration of search, PPC and digital marketing in the USA.” The US Search Awards attracts hundreds of entries from leading search […]
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Author Note: Ford covered my travel and accommodations for this event, but didn’t ask or require me to cover it for SEJ in any way. I recently attended the Go Further With Ford event in Detroit, which covered innovation not just within Ford, but also the current trends in fashion, design, data, and technology. One session, titled, What’s The Big Deal With Big Data?, covered how big data is being used at companies like IBM and Mastercard (and even the government). This was a really interesting session which could have pretty big implications for the marketing field. The official description was: In 2005, there were […]
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SEJ’s Philippines team was privileged to attend last Saturday’s SEO Summit and meet the speakers. Among those speaking was the vice president for SEO at Internet Marketing Inc., Benj Arriola. He has been in the SEO field since 2004, and is also the man behind SEOreligion.com. Here’s a few key takeaways from his presentation. User Intent and Your SEO Strategy Benj originally talked about his journey from doing Black Hat to White Hat SEO during the event, but he started his session by giving an overview of Search Engine Optimization and its importance. He states: “SEO is making sure that conversion […]
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Let’s face it. The foundation of anything (house, structure, or marketing campaign) is the single most important piece of the overall plan. Build on a weak foundation, and you can expect a collapse. The same goes for SEO. Even the best off-page strategy won’t do much if the foundational on-page strategy is not properly in place. Every internet marketer knows and understands this, but I constantly see shoddy on-page optimization when reviewing websites. After recently reviewing two websites with awful on-page SEO work, I was driven to write a detailed guide for new or experienced SEOs who want to effectively optimize their site on-page […]
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