In this week’s Movable Type Monday, we have an update on MT5, instructions for resetting passwords via SQL, and the latest release of the Asset Gallery plugin.
Archives for November 2009
The more posts on your blog, the more chances you have of ranking for keywords. Therefore, try to publish a post on your blog as often as possible without dropping the quality of your writing.
Regardless of whether you are a web designer, journalist or “Joe the Plumber” (note: I say that in love), your tools can define whether you succeed or not on your job. The same is true for blogging, as having the proper software can help determine the difference between success and failure–or at least separate the […]
Perhaps five years from now, the issue of typography would have been solved already– that is, web designers and blog template designers will be able to select any font of their liking and use it on the fly. (This is probably when the font-face property has received wide-spread support) But that’s probably five years from […]
In this week’s Movable Type Monday, we’ve got what’s new in MT5 Release Candidate 2, news about the Melody project, a StumbleUpon plugin, and more.
Squarespace has done a phenominal job in creating an official iPhone app for their users, one which may make Blogger guru’s and WordPress disciples jealous. While it supports the basics of iBlogging (photo uploading, categories & tags, drafts, editing previous posts, etc.), the Squarespace app also boasts a few extra notable features that make it […]
As you write a post, it only takes a couple minutes to optimize the title tag, post title, and URL. The benefits are well worth it because you’ll rank for more keywords and get more search traffic.
Whenever I think of open sourced CMS (Content Management System), I often think of Drupal and Joomla which are used by web masters to make powerful websites without breaking the bank. So you can imagine my surprise when WordPress–software created primarily for blogging–defeated Joomla and Drupal as the Overall Best Open Source CMS for 2009. […]
Ask a marketer about social media and they will sing praises, especially with the attention blogs, micro-blogs, and user-generated content apps are getting in mainstream media. But ask a marketer what’s the one thing that they will make them pause about going forward with social media and they will probably say “There are no credible […]
A few years ago, when someone asked the ideal length of a blog post, the common answer would sound like “between 400 to 600 words.” Now, when you ask someone the same question, the reply would fall between 200 to 300 words. This seems to be the case of “The Shrinking Blog Post.” Now, why […]