About Julia39
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Hi I am a mum of 3, now amazing adults. I have been in Education for about 20 years now. Trained as a Graphic designer back

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Search Engine Optimization

I was checking my websites activity and got drawn into this Monsterinsights plugin that is available within wordpress to do more checking for you and speed things up.
I am

I had the free version. Recently I removed all my plug-ins except for 5 of them. Trying to get my site working more smooth. I still get Google analytics on my site, so I can still see my traffic somewhat. After removing lots of plug ins it does say plug-ins at 90% as before did say 0%. It does seem my site is running faster which a lot of times is the problem. I will know more later as I continue to try to improve my site.

Thanks everyone for your feedback, I'll take it all on board and make a decision 👍

Fabulous, and you're welcome, Julia :)

I use the free version of Monster Insights on all of my websites. It works in conjunction with Google Analytics to display useful statistics that have been collected by GA. It saves you from having to go outside your website to see them.

I have the free version of Monsterinsights plugin. It's already activated. I use it daily.

I have it on one of my sites, but i don't really need it. It is nice to quickly track how my traffic is going, up or down.
I find I often get pulled into too many plugins that eventually slow down my site. I'm now going back to minimal plugins.

Yeah, save your money. You don't need this, you have everything you need in Google Console ,and Google Analytics...which both come with Google Site Kit's installation, and are free.

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What is monsterinsights and should I sign up to it?

What is monsterinsights and should I sign up to it?

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Search Engine Optimization

I was checking my websites activity and got drawn into this Monsterinsights plugin that is available within wordpress to do more checking for you and speed things up.
I am

I had the free version. Recently I removed all my plug-ins except for 5 of them. Trying to get my site working more smooth. I still get Google analytics on my site, so I can still see my traffic somewhat. After removing lots of plug ins it does say plug-ins at 90% as before did say 0%. It does seem my site is running faster which a lot of times is the problem. I will know more later as I continue to try to improve my site.

Thanks everyone for your feedback, I'll take it all on board and make a decision 👍

Fabulous, and you're welcome, Julia :)

I use the free version of Monster Insights on all of my websites. It works in conjunction with Google Analytics to display useful statistics that have been collected by GA. It saves you from having to go outside your website to see them.

I have the free version of Monsterinsights plugin. It's already activated. I use it daily.

I have it on one of my sites, but i don't really need it. It is nice to quickly track how my traffic is going, up or down.
I find I often get pulled into too many plugins that eventually slow down my site. I'm now going back to minimal plugins.

Yeah, save your money. You don't need this, you have everything you need in Google Console ,and Google Analytics...which both come with Google Site Kit's installation, and are free.

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Getting Started

Hi, I haven't used the hub yet, so I entered a title for next post. I also outlined options for content writing and I got a content outline.
So my question is how do I use t

Easy... Look under your Website Structure and organization, find categories, choose a topic title, and click the plus to add it to your writing tasks. Then click it, and you'll be sent to the article designer, following on-screen instructions.

Thanks Abie, I haven't experimented with it yet, I had a look and saw listing, of ideas and weren't sure if I could adjust the wording to suit my ideas.
Also can you explain what the credit system is all about do we pay after it runs out?

You can do that, yeah, in the Article Designer. :) However, for starters, I get to write my content. Then, at the polishing stage, I would set my keyword URL, choose a catchy title, and polish my content. I find this better for practicality and productivity, but you can choose what resonates better.

Hi Abie, I have had a hectic day, and only now have had a chance to dive in and see the link you sent me.
I have seen this before, and I vaguely remember asking before, once the content outline has been establish, how do I use this information in a new post with Elementor?
Do I copy and paste and edit with Elementor and then put my take on it?
This part is not clear, can you elaborate please?
Thanks.

Your Article Designer is independent of Elementor. After editing, you may copy and PLAIN paste it into your builder and proceed from there.

Did you set up your website for the hubs yet? If you did that, you would have found the website structure and organization you need for your blog posts. That's the first step. Everything should be set up in your hubs. You create content from the website structure and organization when you choose two different niches, a niche you choose, or promoting a wealthy affiliate. Go to the hubs and build your website hubs there. That will simplify everything for you when building your website outline structure.

Thanks bunch Brenda, no I haven't set up website for hubs yet. I'll watch the link you sent. Maybe that would explain things
I appreciate your quick feedback.🙂

I sure hope that helps. Sure, you are welcome! 😀

Once you get in there, the best thing to do is just look around, click the boxes, and get a better idea of what it has. It is, by the way, amazing. you would be hard-pressed to run out of ideas, that's for sure ;-)

Have a little play Julia, I am sure you'll find your way easy :)

Thanks Digger, can't wait to see what's there!,👍

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How do I use the hub for content writing?

How do I use the hub for content writing?

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Getting Started

Hi, I haven't used the hub yet, so I entered a title for next post. I also outlined options for content writing and I got a content outline.
So my question is how do I use t

Easy... Look under your Website Structure and organization, find categories, choose a topic title, and click the plus to add it to your writing tasks. Then click it, and you'll be sent to the article designer, following on-screen instructions.

Thanks Abie, I haven't experimented with it yet, I had a look and saw listing, of ideas and weren't sure if I could adjust the wording to suit my ideas.
Also can you explain what the credit system is all about do we pay after it runs out?

You can do that, yeah, in the Article Designer. :) However, for starters, I get to write my content. Then, at the polishing stage, I would set my keyword URL, choose a catchy title, and polish my content. I find this better for practicality and productivity, but you can choose what resonates better.

Hi Abie, I have had a hectic day, and only now have had a chance to dive in and see the link you sent me.
I have seen this before, and I vaguely remember asking before, once the content outline has been establish, how do I use this information in a new post with Elementor?
Do I copy and paste and edit with Elementor and then put my take on it?
This part is not clear, can you elaborate please?
Thanks.

Your Article Designer is independent of Elementor. After editing, you may copy and PLAIN paste it into your builder and proceed from there.

Did you set up your website for the hubs yet? If you did that, you would have found the website structure and organization you need for your blog posts. That's the first step. Everything should be set up in your hubs. You create content from the website structure and organization when you choose two different niches, a niche you choose, or promoting a wealthy affiliate. Go to the hubs and build your website hubs there. That will simplify everything for you when building your website outline structure.

Thanks bunch Brenda, no I haven't set up website for hubs yet. I'll watch the link you sent. Maybe that would explain things
I appreciate your quick feedback.🙂

I sure hope that helps. Sure, you are welcome! 😀

Once you get in there, the best thing to do is just look around, click the boxes, and get a better idea of what it has. It is, by the way, amazing. you would be hard-pressed to run out of ideas, that's for sure ;-)

Have a little play Julia, I am sure you'll find your way easy :)

Thanks Digger, can't wait to see what's there!,👍

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Getting Started

In the hub 'helpful content that ranks,' the text goes straight into a classic style type of writing, which I don't use for my posts.
I use Elementor plugin, when designing

You can create your text content and publish it.
https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/content/article-designer/create

Then, log into WordPress to access Elementor to edit and format it. You cannot edit Elementor from WA site content.

Thanks Abie, good to know👍

Np, Julia :)

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If I am using the hub to write content, can I change the style?

If I am using the hub to write content, can I change the style?

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Getting Started

In the hub 'helpful content that ranks,' the text goes straight into a classic style type of writing, which I don't use for my posts.
I use Elementor plugin, when designing

You can create your text content and publish it.
https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/content/article-designer/create

Then, log into WordPress to access Elementor to edit and format it. You cannot edit Elementor from WA site content.

Thanks Abie, good to know👍

Np, Julia :)

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Getting Started

Having cruised over the hub set up, I devised a template for my next subject, and saved it as a draft. So not sure how to use this now and where is draft saved too?
Is there

That's great. As others have stated, all drafts written will be saved in your 'publish' tap-top menu.

Kye's resource

It should be in site content. Click on “websites” then on “site content” and you should find it there

Thanks I'll check it out

The best place to start is when you open hubs is to follow the training. It may take a little time to go through it all, but the time is well spent.

Where is the training?

Ok Jim, I did see all this but didn't think it was related. Even though I did set a plan and saved it to draft, will following the guide explain how to retrieve it?

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How does the hubs work?

How does the hubs work?

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Getting Started

Having cruised over the hub set up, I devised a template for my next subject, and saved it as a draft. So not sure how to use this now and where is draft saved too?
Is there

That's great. As others have stated, all drafts written will be saved in your 'publish' tap-top menu.

Kye's resource

It should be in site content. Click on “websites” then on “site content” and you should find it there

Thanks I'll check it out

The best place to start is when you open hubs is to follow the training. It may take a little time to go through it all, but the time is well spent.

Where is the training?

Ok Jim, I did see all this but didn't think it was related. Even though I did set a plan and saved it to draft, will following the guide explain how to retrieve it?

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Everything Wordpress

So I got a random comment for a post, and it was in my spam folder but from wordpress.
The comment was legit. So for me to return the favour, I couldn't find this person on

All comments on your website are due moderation in the back office; you can accept or reject them. Isn't that the case?

Yeah, it is usually by the username.

Unless you know them from their icon.

Otherwise, to my knowledge, there's really little that can be done.

How to check who left a comment on our posts?

How to check who left a comment on our posts?

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Everything Wordpress

So I got a random comment for a post, and it was in my spam folder but from wordpress.
The comment was legit. So for me to return the favour, I couldn't find this person on

All comments on your website are due moderation in the back office; you can accept or reject them. Isn't that the case?

Yeah, it is usually by the username.

Unless you know them from their icon.

Otherwise, to my knowledge, there's really little that can be done.

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