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Hi, my name is Debra, Excuse the flower form picture it seems my photo was too small. I Am a TEXAN THAT IS SEARCHING FOR

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Website Development & Programming

Cant I still do a templet in the site content even if I use the back off to start my website content?

Yes you can.
And I know a lot of people say why still use site content. And one reason I do is because you have a great place to “ save “your written posts. And it is visually easy to find past content.
Stephen

Youi can use Site Content anytime you wish to create a new post before it is published. Once it is published you can only work with it in Wordpress backoffice.

if you are writing in your website directly then why not create a template in your site...
if you have a layout that you want to use over again you can create the layout with blocks and add them all to a group...
then you save the group as a reusable block....
and when you start a new post then you add hte group block you save and your tempalte will be there....
check out this post
https://www.wpbeginner.com/wp-themes/create-custom-single-post-templates-for-specific-posts-or-sections-in-wordpress/
good luck
phil
you can still edit hte template in each post so you are not tied to exactly hte same format....

You create a new document and save as template.

https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/content

Can I still do a templet in site content?

Can I still do a templet in site content?

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Website Development & Programming

Cant I still do a templet in the site content even if I use the back off to start my website content?

Yes you can.
And I know a lot of people say why still use site content. And one reason I do is because you have a great place to “ save “your written posts. And it is visually easy to find past content.
Stephen

Youi can use Site Content anytime you wish to create a new post before it is published. Once it is published you can only work with it in Wordpress backoffice.

if you are writing in your website directly then why not create a template in your site...
if you have a layout that you want to use over again you can create the layout with blocks and add them all to a group...
then you save the group as a reusable block....
and when you start a new post then you add hte group block you save and your tempalte will be there....
check out this post
https://www.wpbeginner.com/wp-themes/create-custom-single-post-templates-for-specific-posts-or-sections-in-wordpress/
good luck
phil
you can still edit hte template in each post so you are not tied to exactly hte same format....

You create a new document and save as template.

https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/content

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Social Engagement & Marketing

I have a Facebook account, should I create a short post or go to the room and do a story about my website or does it matter?

If you want to, go for it. Sharing posts with links to your site on FB can help you build a following.

Agree with Jeff and the rest. Go girl!

Why not? I plan to eventually too, Debra, using Phil's advice below!

Jeff

Cool, I also use groups and have aligned myself with a couple of ESL groups in Vietnam where I post website content .
It’s just finding what is the most effective.
And as I’ve found,we generally have to find this out for ourselves.
Self drive is still the most important thing, in my opinion.
Seriousnessness is happening here, lol.
Been a bigggg day. A couple of major breakthroughs. Lol.
Have a good one buddy.
Stevoi



I know I will have to find it out for myself, Stevoi, and that is what I was afraid of! 🙄 Thanks for letting me know!

Jeffoi

You can do.

However, what would be more feasible is to write a post and include your affiliate links, banners or just informational within and share your post on social media platforms.

You can use plugins such as Sassy Social, Add to Any and | or Grow Social from Mediavine.

I do the same, a post is more permanent and transferable.
Only my opinion, but anything that gets you readers works with me.

Links from Facebook back to your website are always valuable. I'd do both.

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Should I create a post on my face book?

Should I create a post on my face book?

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Social Engagement & Marketing

I have a Facebook account, should I create a short post or go to the room and do a story about my website or does it matter?

If you want to, go for it. Sharing posts with links to your site on FB can help you build a following.

Agree with Jeff and the rest. Go girl!

Why not? I plan to eventually too, Debra, using Phil's advice below!

Jeff

Cool, I also use groups and have aligned myself with a couple of ESL groups in Vietnam where I post website content .
It’s just finding what is the most effective.
And as I’ve found,we generally have to find this out for ourselves.
Self drive is still the most important thing, in my opinion.
Seriousnessness is happening here, lol.
Been a bigggg day. A couple of major breakthroughs. Lol.
Have a good one buddy.
Stevoi



I know I will have to find it out for myself, Stevoi, and that is what I was afraid of! 🙄 Thanks for letting me know!

Jeffoi

You can do.

However, what would be more feasible is to write a post and include your affiliate links, banners or just informational within and share your post on social media platforms.

You can use plugins such as Sassy Social, Add to Any and | or Grow Social from Mediavine.

I do the same, a post is more permanent and transferable.
Only my opinion, but anything that gets you readers works with me.

Links from Facebook back to your website are always valuable. I'd do both.

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Website Development & Programming

Can I create a review template in word press and for my website which is about skincare? How many posts do I need before I create the first review? I have 6 posts only. The #

You can create a reusable template in either Gutenberg and use it in Wordpress backoffice or create a reusable template in Site Content. We see you have been given links already.

As for how many posts you need before creating a product specific review, we see you have completed through Level 5 training. So I am assuming you have installed Google Analytics and Google Search Console. Are you getting any traffic? you should be getting traffic before creating product reviews. What does Google Analytics show you about your traffic? Assume that less than 33% will click on a product link and buy. Grow your traffic so you have enough to show affiliate programs when you apply that you can send shoppers to their products. Then you can think of writing product reviews. To create more informational posts, have you checked questions people ask in answersocrates.com.

I see you mentioned two niches: skin care and make money online. It is important to grow one first then later focus on the other. If you are passionate about skin care you may find that one easier to start with unless you know all about affiliate marketing and can help others with it.

Hey Debra,

You may find the following tutorial helpful if you're using the Block Editor: If you're using the Classic Editor, simply create your template and set the date so far into the future that your template stays at the very top of your Posts... and save it as a Draft, of course.

Hope you find this helpful.

You may do in site content > template section or locally Google Drive or iCloud if you like.

ONE niche, a website. Products and programs can be varied however all must be relevant to the niche.

The recommendation is to focus on ONE site starting out as it takes lots of effort and work get it going, however once you know what you are doing, then the learning curve would be less steeper to scale up.

Clear, Thank you.

You're very welcome!

Hi Debra, I'm not sure what you might be asking but I think the answer about creating a template for reviews is the first question to answer.

In Site Content you can create a template that you will always use for each skincare review you will write for your website.

Reviews on individual skincare products will get you great organic traffic once you are posting regularly 2 - 3 times a week. So write as many reviews as you can and also write some information only posts too.

Do some research to see what your competition is writing about and the information that they provide and make your review better.

I hope this helps.
Lily

Thank you, helps a lot.

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Can I create a review template in wordpress?

Can I create a review template in wordpress?

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Website Development & Programming

Can I create a review template in word press and for my website which is about skincare? How many posts do I need before I create the first review? I have 6 posts only. The #

You can create a reusable template in either Gutenberg and use it in Wordpress backoffice or create a reusable template in Site Content. We see you have been given links already.

As for how many posts you need before creating a product specific review, we see you have completed through Level 5 training. So I am assuming you have installed Google Analytics and Google Search Console. Are you getting any traffic? you should be getting traffic before creating product reviews. What does Google Analytics show you about your traffic? Assume that less than 33% will click on a product link and buy. Grow your traffic so you have enough to show affiliate programs when you apply that you can send shoppers to their products. Then you can think of writing product reviews. To create more informational posts, have you checked questions people ask in answersocrates.com.

I see you mentioned two niches: skin care and make money online. It is important to grow one first then later focus on the other. If you are passionate about skin care you may find that one easier to start with unless you know all about affiliate marketing and can help others with it.

Hey Debra,

You may find the following tutorial helpful if you're using the Block Editor: If you're using the Classic Editor, simply create your template and set the date so far into the future that your template stays at the very top of your Posts... and save it as a Draft, of course.

Hope you find this helpful.

You may do in site content > template section or locally Google Drive or iCloud if you like.

ONE niche, a website. Products and programs can be varied however all must be relevant to the niche.

The recommendation is to focus on ONE site starting out as it takes lots of effort and work get it going, however once you know what you are doing, then the learning curve would be less steeper to scale up.

Clear, Thank you.

You're very welcome!

Hi Debra, I'm not sure what you might be asking but I think the answer about creating a template for reviews is the first question to answer.

In Site Content you can create a template that you will always use for each skincare review you will write for your website.

Reviews on individual skincare products will get you great organic traffic once you are posting regularly 2 - 3 times a week. So write as many reviews as you can and also write some information only posts too.

Do some research to see what your competition is writing about and the information that they provide and make your review better.

I hope this helps.
Lily

Thank you, helps a lot.

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