Add Tweetable Quotes in WordPress Blog Posts
FEBRUARY 10, 2015
As you can see, there’s a button you can click to send this quote directly to your Twitter feed: Now it’s your turn. Create Tweetable Quotes with WordPress Plugins Create “tweetable quotes” with the help of a WordPress plugin makes it a little more convenient because you don’t need to leave your admin panel. Related Stories Content Overload: Get “This.”
9 Must-Have WordPress Plugins
OCTOBER 18, 2010
WordPress is the standard content management system for millions of websites, because there’s no web development platform that’s as user-friendly, valuable, and adaptable. If you haven’t heard of WordPress before, learn about how WordPress can make your website more manageable. Here’s a list of 9 must-have WordPress plugins. 1. WordPress-to-Lead.
18 WordPress Social Media Plugins to Live By
MAY 23, 2016
Whether you’re trying to grow your social media following, get more engagement or make your website more dynamic, there are plenty of WordPress social media plugins to help along the way. In order to save you the hassle of spending hours searching for the best plugins, we’ve compiled a list of 18 WordPress social media plugins that you should try out. Twitter Cards Meta.
WordPress Tips for Creating the Perfect Bio Page
JULY 18, 2012
Making the perfect bio page in WordPress is very important if you are looking to make conversions. Whilst being a simple idea, it’s not easy to implement in the standard WordPress editor, and a couple of plugins I highly recommend are great for making the job quick and easy. It has also been proven that those without a bio page often make fewer sales. Rich Text HTML Plugins.
How to be Twitterific – 39 Expert Twitter Guides and Tips
MARCH 3, 2015
From humble beginnings, Twitter has grown to become an indispensable source for online news alerts as well as a vital marketing tool. The microblogging site now boasts more than 255 million monthly active users , and 53% of Twitter users recommend products in their tweets at some time. How can marketers best utilize Twitter’s expanded features and the latest tools?
Wordpress SEO: The Only Guide You Need
FEBRUARY 8, 2010
You are here: ViperChill » SEO » Wordpress SEO: The Only Guide You Need Wordpress SEO: The Only Guide You Need Written by Glen, this post has 175 Comments As many of you will know, I love Wordpress. I use it on most of my affiliate sites which make me thousands of dollars per month and I also use it on my blogs, such as this one. I’m certainly not alone when it comes to utilising this CMS though — tens of millions of sites online are powered by the software. Older versions of Wordpress never had this, but if you recently installed Wordpress 2.7
6 Annoying Ways You’re Using WordPress
SEPTEMBER 16, 2011
I’ve never made any attempt to hide it, I have an ongoing love affair with WordPress. Often times, WordPress I’ve found WordPress used poorly. There are some people that can usually name a WordPress template just be looking at it, so it’s normal for myself and other web developers to spot purchased designs. WordPress is being used for everything.
12 (of the) Best WordPress Guides and Plugin Reviews of 2011
JANUARY 30, 2012
WordPress is not only the most popular blogging platform , but is increasingly becoming a leading website content management system (CMS) as well. How did WordPress emerge as the leading blog platform? What are some techniques, beyond the obvious, for search-optimizing WordPress content? WordPress Guides and Commentary. How did WordPress win?
Popup Opt-in Forms: Case Studies, WordPress Plugins, and Alternatives
MAY 28, 2013
In this post, I’m going to share my research into popup opt-in forms: who’s using them, case studies, WordPress plugins, and the alternatives for building your mailing list. Popup Opt-In Forms for WordPress. Pippity is becoming a popular WordPress popup opt-in form plugin. More Popup Opt-In Plugins for WordPress. Back then, I was definitely not a fan.
Why millions of WordPress sites are at risk
JANUARY 21, 2014
WordPress remains a popular content management system for many people, owing to both its ease of use and the fact that it doesn’t cost anything. As with any software, if it’s not updated regularly, WordPress can be susceptible to attack. Follow her on Twitter: @katht35. Unfortunately, the security issues didn’t end with TimThumb. The pingback DDoS threat. Any other tips?
7+ WordPress Plugins For Every Website
APRIL 15, 2011
WordPress is one of the best website content management systems out there – and not just for blogs. Just browsing through the WordPress Extend database, you’ll find lots and lots of plugins out there that each change the functionality of your website in their own way. I’ve outlined the plugins I personally try to include in every website I develop. The Social.
70+ Resources on How to Start a WordPress Blog
DECEMBER 21, 2011
While there are many platforms to choose from, I always suggest that if your purpose for blogging is anything related to branding, business, or making money online, then you want to go with WordPress on your own domain. Sure, there are other blogging platforms and content management systems you can use on your own domain, but none are quite as popular or powerful as WordPress. KnowEm.
12 Best Comments Plugins To Consider For Your WordPress Website
MAY 19, 2016
WordPress has emerged as the best blogging platform-cum-CMS that has empowered various online businesses to turn their name into a brand. Utilizing the exemplary features of this platform, WordPress developers have created the most remarkable websites so far. Let us take a look at the best available comments plugins that work wonder for your WordPress site. It’s interactivity.
Supercharge WordPress: A Little Known Way to Increase Pageviews & Conversions
AUGUST 16, 2012
Add to the fact that Hostgator disabled my account, and then later disabled my entire database for overusing resources, and I knew it was time to make a Twitter plea for dedicated server recommendations. Thanks to some savvy ViperChill followers on Twitter, I quickly received a number of recommendations. The two most popular ones for WordPress are W3 Total Cache and WP Supercache.
12 Ways To Make Your WordPress Blog Cleaner And Cuter
JANUARY 18, 2011
Being a non-geek, I had no idea that WordPress’ WSYWIG editor has a lot more options than show up in your “kitchen sink when you’re writing posts. I was actually looking for a plugin that let you insert super- and sub-scripts, and voila! Comment as pts moderator hannush Getting info Pending approval share On Facebook On Twitter flag Delete Hide Unhide Ban user New!
How I Set Up My WordPress Blog In 2 Hours
MARCH 16, 2011
If you and I talk regularly on Twitter, or Facebook… heck, even in the early days of WUL (and I have to stifle a giggle as I say that, because this blog is barely two years old!), you’ll know that I love food. So on Saturday afternoon, I posted a random query on Twitter and Facebook, asking what a good name for a food blog would be. This isn’t a trick question.
19 Essential WordPress Plugins for Your Blog
APRIL 1, 2012
WordPressers are always looking for helpful plugins for their blogs, and if you’ve been following today’s posts on ProBlogger, especially Install Your First WordPress Plugin , you’re probably in the same boat. WordPress SEO : If there’s one plugin from this list that you should get, this is the one. Social Analytics : Want to see which users are logged in via Google, Google+, Facebook, or Twitter? WordPress Backup to Dropbox : Back up your WordPress files to your Dropbox account. Feel free to follow him on Twitter: @ericosiu :).
12 of the Best WordPress Guides, Hacks and Plugins of 2010
FEBRUARY 10, 2011
WordPress is no longer just the leading blog platform , but is now the most popular open-source CMS (content management system) as well. Among the many reasons for the popularity of WordPress : it’s affordable, search engine-friendly, reasonably easy to use, and extensible through an incredible array of plugins. WordPress Themes and Plugins. 20 Excellent Free WordPress 3.0
Prepare Your Website for Geolocation with WordPress
FEBRUARY 14, 2011
Many small business owners choose to use a content management system (CMS), such as WordPress, for a hassle-free website and infinite customization options. With WordPress, you have access to thousands of free, professional themes, such as such as the WordPress Business Turnkey theme , which incorporates both a website and blog. How does Geolocation Work? How it Works.
WordPress Blog Hosting: WordPress.com or Self-Hosted?
SEPTEMBER 26, 2011
Given that WordPress hosts 59,914,568 as of 09/25/2011 and that over 301 million people view more than 2.5 billion pages each month on WordPress.com-hosted blogs (data from WordPress Stats ), it is not a surprise that many users around the world have chosen WordPress as their CMS of choice. Here is an analysis of key details that will guide your WordPress hosting decision.
20 Top Twitter Monitoring and Analytics Tools
APRIL 26, 2010
pamorama marketing, life, social media Home About Bookshelf Links Contact 20 Top Twitter Monitoring and Analytics Tools by Pam Dyer on April 26, 2010 Share Image via Wikipedia Social media is much more than a way to stay connected and to have fun: it’s a way to market yourself, your business, and your products and services. Infographic] Next post: Who’s Using Twitter in the U.S.?
How to Create a Backup and Disaster Recovery Plan for Your WordPress Blog
APRIL 20, 2016
One of the benefits of working with WordPress is that you have a multitude of options for data recovery should the unthinkable occur. Part 1: A WordPress Backup Checklist. Any WordPress user knows that this site building and blogging platform has a number of quirks. WordPress site is nothing without the content you’ve created. Follow him on Twitter and LinkedIn.
How To Build Your Own Social Network On WordPress
MARCH 18, 2011
I’ve touted before all of the different things WordPress can do as a content management system. It’s no secret that I’m a WordPress advocate, but I’ve just recently discovered one of the project’s most impressive features– running a social network. No, you’re not going to create the next Facebook or MySpace on a simple WordPress website, but it’s a great (and cheap) alternative to social network creation engines such as Ning or Grouply. In other words, this plugin has plugins ! Never. You’re in full control.
Install Your First WordPress Plugin
APRIL 1, 2012
WordPress is a platform that’s rather easy to use, for the most part. As Matt Hooper explained earlier today, in his post What Your Need to Know Before You Start a WordPress Blog , no web development or programming skills are required. Just to make one thing clear, WordPress doesn’t need any additional software, tools, or plugins to operate. Now, to the best part.
WordPress Search Review: Yolink Search
APRIL 28, 2011
For some time now, WordPress sites have been well known for their vast amounts of information, and content. WordPress site might have the information a visitor is searching for, but due to poor organization, it may be difficult for the visitor to locate that much needed information. This presents both an opportunity, and a problem. Post on Google Buzz. Share this on Reddit. blogging
HOW TO: Move a WordPress blog from one domain to another
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AUGUST 30, 2011
Shuaism is now JoshSPeters and I’m going to kick it off with a post about the 5 step process of moving your WordPress blog from one domain to another. 1. Install WordPress on The New Domain. 3. Install WordPress on The New Domain. Most hosts have a quick and easy WordPress install that only takes a button click or two. The domain transfer is done! Prep Work. 2.
How to Set Up Blog Comments as Goals in Google Analytics Using WordPress Hacks
JANUARY 24, 2012
So now that you know just a few reasons to set up comments as goals, let’s look at the ways you can set up your WordPress and Google Analytics to track your blog comments as goals. Step 1: How to Set Up the Thank You Page in WordPress. You could also suggest that they connect with you on Twitter, Facebook, or Google+. Absolutely – you can start with your comments!
5 Ways To Spice Up Your WordPress Blog
JANUARY 14, 2011
If you’re just getting started blogging (or maybe even if you’ve been doing it a while), here are some WordPress plugins I really really like. WordPress Editorial Calendar. I’ve lost count of how many times I’ve talked and written about this great plugin , because I love it so much. WordPress Editorial Calendar is awesome-sauce. Right? Apture. Truly.
[INFOGRAPHIC] Social Media Explained Through Coffee
APRIL 12, 2013
Blogs Facebook Featured Google+ Humor Instagram LinkedIn Pinterest Social Media Twitter YouTube blog facebook humor social media social networking wordpress For today’s funny Friday, I had to share this great infographic from the fine folks at MarketPlaceMaven. Right? Cheers! –Sean.
Shareable Seven: The Best Free WordPress Themes for Social Media Sharing
OCTOBER 2, 2015
WordPress have done everything possible to help people build great websites. For those looking for the next level of website development and social sharing, this list of the seven best free WordPress themes considers how good the theme works, as well as how easily it leads to social sharing. In a previous article, we looked […].
BrainDump: 101+ Things You MUST Know About Social Media For Business
FEBRUARY 3, 2013
I’ve been meaning to do this braindump for a while now. I get a lot of questions via Facebook , Twitter and my email contact form and many of the items listed below come straight from those questions, my experience in social media strategy, years of researching platforms and best practices and…well…tinkering with social media. 36) Never, ever, ever buy Twitter followers.
Take 5 Minutes to Make WordPress 10 Times More Secure
AUGUST 10, 2011
Thankfully, WordPress is pretty secure out of the box and they provide frequent security updates. Even better are the following super-simple actions that you can take to make WordPress ten times more secure. The wp-config.php file contains all of your WordPress configuration information and settings. Choose a different username when installing WordPress. Easy, right?
4 WordPress Alternatives: the What, Where, and Why
JUNE 14, 2012
As bloggers, we’re all familiar with WordPress, whether as a self-hosted setup, or via WordPress.com. If you do a Google search for “ blogging software ,” WordPress will likely be among the first results you’ll see. Just like in the 90’s when Microsoft seemed like the only choice, but then we found alternatives like Mac or Linux, there are alternatives to WordPress too.
11 Tips To Thrive on Twitter | Almost Savvy
SEPTEMBER 9, 2009
How you set-up and manage your Twitter account has a huge impact on how many people decide to follow you (translation: follow = subscribe and have the chance to read what you post). It is all public and searchable by anyone, not limited to those who follow you or only those who use Twitter. Your Twitter Profile – Be you, the real you. Customize your Twitter background.
How to Make Your WordPress Blog Mobile Friendly
MARCH 25, 2011
If you talk to Howie Goldfarb anywhere – Twitter, here on his guest posts, or over at his own blog, you’ll know that he’s fixated on one thing. Then I checked out a few different options, including Mobify , WordPress Mobile Edition and then (because I was getting bored very quickly) WPTouch. really easy way to make your WordPress blog mobile friendly.
How to Select the Perfect WordPress Theme for Your Blog
MAY 13, 2012
Selecting a WordPress theme is one of those tasks that seem fairly easy at first How hard can it be? You simply go to Google, type in “best free WordPress themes” and you’re good to go, right? I’m sure you already know where I’m going with this. Long story short, almost all free WordPress themes include some kind of strange code in their structures, usually in the footer section. But I’m not speaking as a businessman now. I’m speaking as a WordPress developer. The most important features of a WordPress theme. Period.
Five Reasons People Aren’t Reading Your Blog
AUGUST 24, 2015
So you upgrade your website, include a WordPress blog, post a few recent news releases and articles, and…Nothing. The easiest way to ensure your keywords are optimized is to get an All-In-One SEO Pack , which is a simple plugin for WordPress. Share each of your new blog posts across your social media networks such as LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter. By Rebecca Devine.