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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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So I am writing about kids' magnetic toys, and I am getting other brands' promotions emailed to me.
Could I mention offers coming up in May if promotions are about chocolat

Hi Julia, I try to keep any promotional content in line with my niche. Have a great weekend.

Thanks for your input Brian, taking g all comments on board.👍

You`re welcome.

Kyle got you covered here, Julia! Kindly let us know if you need additional assistance.

Personally I wouldn't go there. Google and your visitors like to have a focused and consistent site/experience.

However, on the other hand it may not do any harm. I suppose you just need to make a judgement call on that one.

Sorry this isn’t more helpful.

- Dominic

Appreciate your take on this, tossing on the idea. May just keep it on the same subject and not confuse the reader, but it's useful to know others' points of view.

You could, but at the end of the day relevance is what converts. If people are coming to your page through keywords where they are looking for magnetic toys and you are promoting chocolate (and using valuable real estate on your site up for that), then...

(a) you may annoy your audience, with such irrelevant promotions
(b) you may be wasting precious real estate where you could be promoting something completely relevant

So that is my thoughts here. If it is a time sensitive and "arms reach" promotion (ie, relevant to kids toys perhaps), then it may work, but at the end of the day it is relevance that converts.

Thanks, Kyle for jumping in and leaving a comment. I get it, so how and what do I do with these promos?
I would like to help the Advertisers but these promos come at odd times and just don't fit with the content that I might be writing at the time.
What if I promote them (chocolate promos) on social media, like quick flashes?
Or would that not be very tasteful, sorry about the pun lol🤭

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Is it wrong to add another brand's promotion even if it's nothing to do with content?

Is it wrong to add another brand's promotion even if it's nothing to do with content?

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So I am writing about kids' magnetic toys, and I am getting other brands' promotions emailed to me.
Could I mention offers coming up in May if promotions are about chocolat

Hi Julia, I try to keep any promotional content in line with my niche. Have a great weekend.

Thanks for your input Brian, taking g all comments on board.👍

You`re welcome.

Kyle got you covered here, Julia! Kindly let us know if you need additional assistance.

Personally I wouldn't go there. Google and your visitors like to have a focused and consistent site/experience.

However, on the other hand it may not do any harm. I suppose you just need to make a judgement call on that one.

Sorry this isn’t more helpful.

- Dominic

Appreciate your take on this, tossing on the idea. May just keep it on the same subject and not confuse the reader, but it's useful to know others' points of view.

You could, but at the end of the day relevance is what converts. If people are coming to your page through keywords where they are looking for magnetic toys and you are promoting chocolate (and using valuable real estate on your site up for that), then...

(a) you may annoy your audience, with such irrelevant promotions
(b) you may be wasting precious real estate where you could be promoting something completely relevant

So that is my thoughts here. If it is a time sensitive and "arms reach" promotion (ie, relevant to kids toys perhaps), then it may work, but at the end of the day it is relevance that converts.

Thanks, Kyle for jumping in and leaving a comment. I get it, so how and what do I do with these promos?
I would like to help the Advertisers but these promos come at odd times and just don't fit with the content that I might be writing at the time.
What if I promote them (chocolate promos) on social media, like quick flashes?
Or would that not be very tasteful, sorry about the pun lol🤭

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I've been thinking of designing a homepage displaying buttons to take viewers to certain parts of my website. Is there anyone who can advise and I can send a private message ex

Resource Kindly let us know if that helped.

Thanks, Abie, I will put my thinking head on and focus on this👍

Hi Julia
Send me a PM if you wish.
:-)
Richard

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Is there a way to design a homepage that has links within links?

Is there a way to design a homepage that has links within links?

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I've been thinking of designing a homepage displaying buttons to take viewers to certain parts of my website. Is there anyone who can advise and I can send a private message ex

Resource Kindly let us know if that helped.

Thanks, Abie, I will put my thinking head on and focus on this👍

Hi Julia
Send me a PM if you wish.
:-)
Richard

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Website Development & Programming

Having gone back and previewed some older posts, I designed them whilst following training, but not really liking the template at the time, I have found some posts that could d

Up to a year, you're great. However, yes, you can edit ALL except changing the URL; if the URL changes to Google, it would be a new post, and any ranking done would be lost.

You also want to add new content as well.

Ok that's the bit that I get stuck on. If I make changes on existing page and update, it then it's fine, but if I copy content from the original page and convert it using Elementor and publish then I guess url changes?

Hi, Julia

How many posts are you talking about?

If there are a lot and they don’t look too bad you might be better off using that time to write new content.

Remember, most visitors will get to those pages from a search engine link and if they like what they read then they’ll stay, even if your page design is not optimal.

Don’t mess with the permalink.

Good Luck, 🙂
Frank 🎸

Ok thanks Frank will give it some thought 😀

You should do both. But don't change the URL if you don't have to. If you do change the URL then see et up a redirect from the old URL to the new one.
:-)
Richard

Ok would only be changing content, but if I duplicate the page to change it I'm hoping the url stays the same?

Why would you duplicate the page? You can't have 2 pages or posts with the same URL...
:-)
Richard

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Should I change older posts to current look?

Should I change older posts to current look?

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Having gone back and previewed some older posts, I designed them whilst following training, but not really liking the template at the time, I have found some posts that could d

Up to a year, you're great. However, yes, you can edit ALL except changing the URL; if the URL changes to Google, it would be a new post, and any ranking done would be lost.

You also want to add new content as well.

Ok that's the bit that I get stuck on. If I make changes on existing page and update, it then it's fine, but if I copy content from the original page and convert it using Elementor and publish then I guess url changes?

Hi, Julia

How many posts are you talking about?

If there are a lot and they don’t look too bad you might be better off using that time to write new content.

Remember, most visitors will get to those pages from a search engine link and if they like what they read then they’ll stay, even if your page design is not optimal.

Don’t mess with the permalink.

Good Luck, 🙂
Frank 🎸

Ok thanks Frank will give it some thought 😀

You should do both. But don't change the URL if you don't have to. If you do change the URL then see et up a redirect from the old URL to the new one.
:-)
Richard

Ok would only be changing content, but if I duplicate the page to change it I'm hoping the url stays the same?

Why would you duplicate the page? You can't have 2 pages or posts with the same URL...
:-)
Richard

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