Tag Archives: Wordpress
You’ve worked hard to build your site, create a following and even monetize your offerings. You’ve made sure that your site is optimized for Internet Marketing and all that entails. The last thing you want is for some hacker to come in and ruin it all.
Wordpress started life as a simple platform where people could post web logs, or ‘blogs’, about the topic of their choice. As with most things, many years and much development later, some people still insist on using Wordpress to show what they had for breakfast or their latest hairstyle, but others have turned it into a very capable platform for building serious business websites – here’s why:
A good website or blog will focus on engaging its audience via social media such as Facebook and Twitter. Internet marketing requires you to bring in more people to your email marketing list. Here are some cool WordPress plugins to set up Facebook, newsletters and email sign-up forms via lightbox pop-ups.
Don’t want to lose traffic when moving your blog from Blogger BlogSpot to WordPress? A simple plugin handles redirection from all localized Blogger domains.
The WordPress Duplicator plugin is designed to give WordPress administrators the ability to migrate a website from one location to another location in three easy steps. Just create a package, download it and install. No need to change all your settings and re-run import/export scripts.
WordPress (WP) has evolved into one of the most powerful content management systems (CMSes) in the world, making it an Internet aficionado’s best friend. Whether you’re doing brand management for your small business, movie reviews, or simply looking to protect your reputation online, WP comes equipped with the goods.
When using AdSense ads, placement and presentation is the key factor that decides how much you earn. Ads placed inline with the content works the best in most cases.
Gravatar is one of the easiest solution to add avatars with user or author biography in WordPress. What if you want a local solution? Maybe, you want to use WordPress in your local network without Internet. How to add author/user avatar without having to use Gravatar? How can one upload his own images to be used as avatar?