The main customer of the search engines are the people looking for information, bloggers and content creators are not their ideal clients. As much as we'd like to think of the search engines doing … [Read more...]
Which WordPress Plugin does What?
WordPress plugins are the thing that most bloggers love about WordPress - little snippets of code all packaged neatly to help extend the functionality of your WordPress website. In this section I share / compare lots of WordPress plugins to create membership sites, add free images, create landing pages, help you stay spam-free.
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Under every post and page, you have the opportunity to present yourself to your reader. It's here the reader will find out more about the author of the post, see if they want to click on the about … [Read more...]
After you’ve spent a little bit of time working with a WordPress website – particularly if you’ve ever shopped around for a new theme for your site – you’re likely to come across the term “Theme … [Read more...]
On the average, five times as many people read the headline as read the body copy. David Ogilvy. Do you struggle with headlines? Headlines are used in marketing your business every single day of the … [Read more...]
You hear it every day. Another social media site has been hacked. Twitter, Zendesk, even new brand new sites become victims to hackers every single day. You've installed Login Lockdown, and Wordfence … [Read more...]
Up until the 19th of March 2013 if you wanted to send a blog post to Kindle you had to rely on two things - a Kindle savvy blog reader who installed a Chrome of Firefox app or a premium plugin from … [Read more...]