Editor’s Note: This post was written by Helen Bailey, a Marketing Assistant at TemplateMonster.com. Passionate about Web Design, WordPress and Search Engine Optimization, she is happy to share her experience with the community.
Here’s another article about free WordPress themes, but this one is special in its own way. Read on and learn why it is so.
Although there are so many free WP themes on the net, you would prefer to choose from the latest of them, right? So we’ve made a list of WordPress themes which are not only free, but were released in 2014. This ensures that you have the most creative of the newest themes online. Read More
Good morning, everyone! I hope you all had a good week.
Here are the job board highlights for today. Enjoy the weekend!
Does bad grammar give you a grimace and careless copy make you cringe? Vixen, VIBE Magazine’s sister brand, is looking for a grammar-obsessed copy editor/writer to top edit (and cover) beauty, fashion, entertainment, and celeb interviews for vibevixen.com. Candidates must have a highly developed editorial voice with a distinctly feminine perspective and urban edge.
Passwords are a touchy subject. We all know just how important it is to create a secure password so as to avoid hackers getting into your account. Whether it is your email address or your online banking account, it doesn’t matter. A secure password is always necessary.
Then again, there is the matter of remembering all those passwords! That is the main reason the average person tends to use passwords that are associated with something they relate to, which make them easy to remember – birthdays, names of family members, and so on. But we know that security experts say this is a big no-no! Read More
As a followup to my previous article, 5 Powerful Drag & Drop Page & Layout Builder Plugins for WordPress, in which I discussed how non-developers could easily customize their WordPress blogs with easy to use drag and drop plugins, I’ve decided to delve just a little bit deeper into WordPress CSS customization. This will assist any WordPress blogger, and any other website owner for that matter, to achieve mastery overtime of basic web design.
There comes a time in every webmaster’s work when a little tweak here and there becomes necessary to make your site look and feel just the way you want it. Coding can be a bit daunting for beginners, especially if you’re new to WordPress. However, here are some fool proof methods for customizing your site’s design. Read More
Good Friday morning! Here are the job board highlights from this week.
Have a great weekend!
Trusted Tech are looking an experienced computer / IT expert to write informative and interesting articles and how-to guides for their computer support / repair website, http://www.trustedtech.com.au. You’ll be writing about a variety of computer topics which relate to individuals and small businesses.
While it’s been said so many times that Google does not equate to the whole of the Internet, we all know just how much we rely on Google; and when it comes to Google Algorithm changes, online content creators, publishers, and bloggers all can’t help but think about how the changes will affect their sites.
Truth be told, we’ve been hit by Google penalties ourselves, and it is not always easy to bounce back from those hits. Good intentions when it comes to content and all, we have to pay attention to other factors that are taken into consideration when making Google algorithm changes. Read More
Last week, we talked about the slippery slope of plagiarism and how to avoid it. We mentioned using some tools that can let you know if your content is found elsewhere on the web (that is, you somehow wrote the same exact content as someone else). Alternatively, these tools can let you know if someone else has plagiarized your work.
One of these tools is ContentPlagiarismChecker.com, and they want to give BloggingPro readers the chance to try out their platform via this giveaway.
How does ContentPlagiarismChecker.com work?
Once you visit the home page, you can: Read More
There definitely isn’t a shortage of new bloggers entering the blogosphere to make a name for themselves. Bright-eyed and bushy-tailed, they are ready for success, making money with their blogs and entering the blogging fast lane. However, its not a fast lane for the majority of new comers since, now in 2014, it requires precise execution through knowledge of the best tactics and practices. The exact knowledge and science of which is not readily available. So many new bloggers unfortunately fail without the required guidance and support to get the job done.
The best solution I see for new bloggers is to immediately join a community and start networking with others who have more experience in their niche. Whether on other blogs or forums. This gives access directly to people who have “been there, done that” and as a new blogger, will quickly discover what works and filter out the rest. Read More
Designers are always on the lookout for resources and tools that can make their work easier, not to mention inspire them to take their designs to new levels. When it comes to finding inspiration and tools, there’s no better place to be than in a community of like minded people.
That’s where Inky Deals comes into the picture. Technically a deals web site for designers, Inky Deals has become one of the go to sites for many a designer. With a community encompassing more than 300,000 design enthusiasts, the site offers a host of premium resources at prices anyone can afford. From web designers to graphic designers, Inky Deals has made quite a lot of people happy with their offers. Read More
Last Friday of the month! How’d March go for you?
Anyhow, here are the job board highlights. Good luck!
Wearable Tech are looking for more bloggers to join their team at wearable.co.uk. Writers must be able to write high quality articles and have a knowledge of tech. There will be a mixture of generic posts and reviews.