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lindah
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Posts: 2
Post Website Layout
on: April 2, 2011, 00:31

I have to admit I haven’t been on here since I ordered the product. I have a website that is currently doing ok, but I built it a while ago, and I think if I restructured the layout, I would make even more. The other problem is there is only one product on clickbank for this niche, which I knew before I built it. I didn’t use the parameters that are set in this guide to build it but it has good buying potential. I have around 40 pages or more, and I want to easily change the layout – is there a way within wordpress to get the content out and basically start over but have my pages downloaded so that I don’t have to retype the entire pages?

Let me know if you have ever converted a site. I am wanting to not only replace the theme, but possibly the entire layout – I thought starting from scratch would be easier than just redoing the template? Any thoughts? I have several links to external products that are on the bottom of ALL the posts, what is an easy way to change them without having to go into each page..

Signed technically challenged 🙂

mmuise
Administrator
Posts: 387
Post Re: Website Layout
on: April 4, 2011, 02:09

Hi Linda – thanks for jumping into the forum! The fix for your problem should be an easy one – just change WordPress themes. Some WordPress themes allow you to change the layout of your site. Here are some popular themes:

Socrates (I use this theme on a bunch of my sites)
Thesis (I use this for my blog; great for SEO, but requires some technical knowledge to change the layout)
FlexSqueeze (I haven’t used this one, but have heard good things from friends who are IMers)
Revolution (again, another one I haven’t used but have heard good things about)

Let me know if this helps. If not, I can ask some friends for more recommendations.

Moe

VincenzoFr-
ancia
Newbie
Posts: 4
Post Re: Website Layout
on: February 10, 2015, 18:43

Hey Moe,

In video Module #9a: “How to Set Up a Website That Converts” you say that we should put up the Optin, Recent posts etc in a left sidebar. However when I look at your current KeywordsBlogger.com you now have your sidebar on the right side which I normally would do myself. Can you comment on this:)

mmuise
Administrator
Posts: 387
Post Re: Website Layout
on: February 11, 2015, 02:01

Hi Vince,

I still believe that using a left sidebar is more effective – because the left side of the page is where people’s eyes naturally go to. But there’s a trend among bloggers these days to be less aggressive in promoting their offers on their blogs, so they’re putting the sidebar (where the offers typically are) on the right side of the page. I’ve been trying that out for the past few months, but may move the sidebar back to the left side.

WayneOlson
Newbie
Posts: 14
Post Re: Website Layout
on: March 30, 2015, 17:26

Hi Moe~~~~I just read a current article about side bars……the writer claimed blog side bars don’t even show up on the side (right or left) on a mobile screen. They end up at the very bottom, even after the comments. Is this true? So he advised putting the optin links in the blog content. Am I confused here or are things changing this much and so fast?

mmuise
Administrator
Posts: 387
Post Re: Website Layout
on: April 1, 2015, 14:18

Yes, that’s true Wayne. It’s definitely a “best practice” to put optin links in the blog content (as well as in the sidebar, because some people do scroll all the way to the bottom of the page on a mobile phone).

WayneOlson
Newbie
Posts: 14
Post Re: Website Layout
on: April 1, 2015, 17:08

Ah ha……do both. Very good info to have.
Thank you, Moe.
W.

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