When you’re new to blogging and to WordPress, it’s easy to get overwhelmed with all the free stuff WordPress has in its plugins repository. While taking your liberty to get all the plugins that catch your eye is by no means a bad practice, it does have its downsides. One example is crippling your website’s […]
Maintaining a blog is hard work especially if you have multiple websites to manage and if you’ve only a small team. However, you don’t have to bear the burden alone– even if you’re actually a lone blogger. You can employ the help of machines to automate on WordPress some of the most menial or tedious […]
Reaching that point in your website’s development where you start having foreign visitors or even subscribers is always a cause for celebration. Even more so if your blog is a store. However, celebrating too early might not be the best course of action; you just gained a new audience, now you have to work to […]
WordPress Monthly Roundup is a new feature on this blog to showcase the latest and best WordPress themes and plugins of the month. Every roundup will be published at the end of the month so expect the next post to be published the last week of next month.
Anything that pops up on the web is sure to attract attention regardless of its content. But one can be more enticed to read through the content if the pop up box appears on a site you really intend to visit. Bloggers and publishers can do this via their WordPress site particularly through the widgetized […]
Yesterday, Facebook announced the launch of a new WordPress plugin that makes it easier than ever to integrate Facebook into your site. Though integration has always been possible, it’s been a bit of a headache requiring a mashup of plugins and/or coding to integrate with Facebook’s notoriously verbose and complex API. The new plugin makes […]
nRelate is yet another related posts plugin for WordPress, however unlike other related posts plugins the nRelate option allows for easier and more robust customization of output settings. From choosing relevancy types (low, medium, high) to deciding output placement (top or bottom of post) and image sizes the program is simple to use and highly […]
This is a guest post by Selena Narayanasamy who writes at esvienne.com and searchenginejournal.com. This post is part of our weekly My Blog Guest feature. Blogging is no longer for the lone writer- blogging is for building community. It’s being utilized by small and large business, corporations, moms and students. For the business owners, creating […]