Cameron Chapman over on SmashingMagazine.com has just posted a great list of ad management plug-ins for WordPress, Joomla!, Drupal, Movable Type, and some general ad managements tutorials and guides. Here’s a taste… Should you sell text ads or banner ads? Should you allow Flash ads? What about ads with sound, pop-ups or floating ads? People […]
Archives for June 2009
Andrea of WPMUTutorials, has a guest post over on WPTavern about what you can do with WordPress MU. Here’s a little preview… With the recent news coming out of WordCamp San Fransisco, and even the buzz from WordCamp RDU, interest is high in WordPressMU, the multi-blog version of single WordPress. We don’t know when, exactly, […]
Just a quick note to all you iPhone (and iPod touch) users out there. The WordPress iPhone App has been updated to be compatible with OS 3.0. It seems like there are also big UI changes in the works for a future update, and they sound pretty nice.
The concept of SEO (Search Engine Optimization) seems to be getting more and more pushed these days, and while there are issues I have with it, it’s definitely something every blogger should at the VERY least be aware of, and understand the some basic concepts. That’s where MarketingPilgrim.com’s post “7-Minute SEO Guide” comes in. If […]
Cozmoslabs.com has an interesting post up about the future of WordPress as a social platform. Here’s a little sample to wet your whistle, so to speak. Right now WordPress can be a forum, multi blogs platform, social media platform, microblog, social bookmarking and these are just a few of the possibilities. WordPress is slowly making […]
Matt Mullenweg was recently interviewed on Tekzilla by Veronica Belmont. He talks about themes and templates, the iPhone app, and some other fun stuff for the future.
Far from being the electronic equivalent of a hippie community filled to brimming with love and camaraderie, the internet can actually be quite a cut throat environment. This is most prevalent when you look at the fierce competition being waged by web site and blog owners to make their respective sites come out on top […]
ScribeFire is a great Firefox extension that adds a pile of blogging related features directly into Firefox. It allows you to create (and edit) posts, set (and create) categories and tags, and generally does most of what you’d want to do when creating a new blog post directly from within Firefox at the click of […]
So while the bug and issue reports are less than most full point releases I’ve seen, the issues people are having are fairly consistent, leading some people to be very frustrated, as there was a fair bit of downplaying over the number of changes in this latest WordPress version. Some of the main issues people […]
I have been a fan of WPCandy.com for a long time, and am sorry to see the owner getting ready to part with it. As we continue to move forward in out interactions with the web, some of us inevitably fall out. I have fallen in and out of love with WordPress as a topic […]