Build a successful online business with WordPress.
I am new to WP. I've been wanting to create a WP site for some time now, but have been intimidated. I found this plugin and it gave me the courage to give it a try. I know that the information is out there if you have the time/desire to go looking for it, but for me, I like having the information all in one place. I especially like having a clear path to follow. I know where I want to go, I just wasn't sure how to get there so I find this plugin very useful.
I have been using both SBI and WordPress for years and have learned a lot from both.
I was happy to see that now anyone wanting to start a business with wordpress has this great tool to show them the way. You get the best of both world, wordpress is the best to create your content but the bizXpress is the best to give you the step-by-step.
If I wanted let's say to buy an offline shop but have no idea how or where to start managing the business, like how to deal with suppliers, what's the best way to market the products, etc I would be so grateful if the previous owner would explain everything in details and show me how.
Well bizXpress is that virtual teacher a person just starting out would need. In my opinion, it's not for the seasoned entrepreneur but for the ones that are new to an online business.
The bizXpress keyword research tools gives me an advantage over other businesses in my field. I have a unique business concept and keyword research is a critical element to what I do.
I also appreciate all the help and other resources that are included in my bizXpress subscription. In my opinion, the help alone is worth the price of this plugin-service. I'm glad I have this tool in my corner.
I've been using WordPress as a web building tool for over 5 years. During this time I've installed/activated (and deactivated) countless plugins. This plugin won't be deactivated on my site anytime soon.
For me, bizXpress is *more* than a plugin -- It gets a *great* rating because it's focused on the right elements ... 1) a method for building an online business (thanks to the written and video guides), 2) supporting resources like the tips and techniques articles and 3) community support from the forums that have scores of helpful posts and topics.
I agree with others that some additional functionality could be incorporated directly into my site - (e.g. linking keywords from the master keyword list to pages/posts so I can keep track of the content I'm publishing)
I like this plugin. I've been using WordPress SEO (Yoast) since January. That plugin gives focus word suggestions, but it usually gives dozens (hundreds?), and there's no way to know which are better than others in terms of being found at the engines.
The bizXpress tools (yes, they're not built in to WP, but so what?) give me an indication of what I should be writing first, and what I can expect.
I saw a complaint elsewhere in these forums about this not being a plugin. The moderator told the complainer that it is indeed a valid plugin for software as a service (SaaS).
I'm perfectly happy with that. The entire basis of WordPress SEO is software as a service. So is the Scribe plugin. Neither one's core duties do anything "for" or "to" a site, as the complainer was complaining about. The core of each deals with the content, not with the site. It's only the little addons, such as breadcrumbs and Open Graph tags (both in WordPress SEO) that do anything "for" a site.
Would it be better if the brainstorming tool was built in? Sure. But should I stop using it because I have to go off my site to use it? A lot of opinions here say I should.
Will I stop using it? Definitely not. I'm not going to stop using a valuable tool just because it's not perfect. And most definitely not because others have a low opinion of it.
I am new to WordPress and was delighted to find lots of help for the planning stages in this offering. The Brainstorming tool did only allow 5 searches in the trial version, but I saw the potential so upgraded to the full version so as to be able to do more research with the tool.
The articles included with the tool are interesting and certainly offer help and advice that I have found useful.
It also suggests other plugins that should prove helpful as I learn how to build my site. I can't I've it 5 stars at this point as I still have a long way to go in getting my site up and running, but being able to search for keywords first seems a great way to get started.
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