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
You know what happens when something gets mainstay? It gets boring. For consumers, over the years, every new ad seems to be just another ad. And there’s nothing engaging, enticing, or provoking about these ads anymore. While consumers have nothing much to lose, advertisers flirt with direct losses, which can cost them millions of dollars. Martin Lindstorm, in his book Buyology, enumerates how companies like Ford spent millions of dollars during a season of American Idol (along with Coke and Cingular) and ended up getting absolutely nothing from that spend. These are hard times for advertisers, and this applies to […]
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It has been a good news day if you love social media analytics. First, Pinterest introduces a new analytics platform, and now Twitter opens up its analytics dashboard to everyone. Last month Twitter launched an analytics dashboard that was akin to having Google Analytics for Twitter. It did everything you would want in a Twitter analytics tool, such as measure the performance of all your tweets, track how many people viewed your tweets and clicked on your links and so on. Except there was one problem, only advertisers and verified users had access to it. That has all changed now, […]
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The Wall Street Journal reports that Amazon is planning to launch its own ad network to compete with Google’s online advertising business. Amazon is calling its new ad network “Amazon Sponsored Links,” which will have back end systems in place that allow ad agencies to “buy audiences” by buying ads in bulk. Those agencies would then go ahead and place ads for their clients based on the target demographic for the products and services they’re selling. What Amazon first plans to do is replace the ads on their own pages that are primarily supplied by Google with a new in-house ad […]
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Marketing juggernaut conference Pubcon Las Vegas is less than two months away. If you’ve been to Pubcon before, you may have seen SEO expert Alan Bleiweiss in action: either speaking, helping out fellow attendees, or hosting his annual marketing community event, #EpicDinner. #EpicDinner is a not-for-profit, grassroots social event that Alan donates his own time to find sponsors for and organize. We recently got wind of troubling news: this year’s #EpicDinner is short on sponsorships and could be cancelled. In the interview below, Alan shares what #EpicDinner is all about, why he goes to the trouble of putting it on every year, and what makes it a great opportunity for […]
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Brand abuse is very common online, especially in Google AdWords. Illegal resellers and fraudulent websites may be abusing your brand without you knowing it! Brand abusers often use branded keywords to redirect your potential customers to their own websites; which can damage your visibility on Google, as well as your reputation in general. Using the competitive landscape of several fashion companies, I will demonstrate what brand abuse looks like in search and how brands can detect it quickly. Google Doesn’t Protect Your Brand in AdWords Anymore Since April 2013, any advertiser worldwide is allowed to show ads on any word or phrase in Google, including […]
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As part of our SEJ interview series, I recently caught up with Katy Keim of Lithium to discuss how to build online communities. In the video below, Katy shares her best tips for how to build a social online community. Here are some key takeaways from the video: The best way to build an online community is to build a shared purpose with your customer — something that is mutually beneficial. An example Katy gives is the one created by Sephora. Sephora’s customer base is made up of a huge group of women who love beauty, so Sephora built a […]
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As part of our SEJ interview series, I recently caught up with Greg Gifford of AutoRevo to discuss local SEO. In the video below, Greg explains some things local SEOs are doing wrong and how they could be doing better. Here are some key takeaways from the video: What Greg sees most is local SEOs and small businesses who don’t understand how important NAP information is — which includes name, address, and phone number. There are so many small businesses that, at some point in their existence, have either moved locations or changed phone numbers. The problem is that those businesses don’t […]
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The argument over long-form content and short-form content is one which has been debated from behind keyboards since the advent of the Internet, and one which will doubtless carry on for the foreseeable future. How Do You Measure ROI on Content? There is no definitive method of measuring ROI on content, as each company/brand/site will be looking for something different. Whether you’re writing to bring more people to the site, increase conversions, establish credibility in your sector, or are just writing because you enjoy it, you’ll measure ROI differently. There are often long lead times on seeing a direct conversion […]
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Today, Twitter announced a beta test of new Promoted Video ad units. Twitter has been experimenting with these new ads for the past few months, with tests showing Tweets containing native Twitter video generate better engagement and more video views. Here’s an example of a Tweet with native video. In addition to uploading and distributing native video on Twitter, advertisers will also be able to measure the reach and effectiveness of their video content. Twitter is now offering advertisers the ability to run ads with a new Cost Per View (CPV) ad buying model. With this new ad buying model, […]
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When it comes to converting leads, having a solid understanding of user behavior is essential. For instance, the increasing number of e-commerce platforms and ways to buy online would lead many marketers to believe that most online shopping is completed online. But by using the correct tracking, it becomes obvious this is not the case. Graphs.net recently published an infographic stating “64% of website visitors complete their purchases offline”, making it clear that many internet users treat the internet like a virtual shopping window. Not only are the majority of consumers making purchases offline, but according to a recent call tracking case study released […]
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