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Must-have Joomla Blog Extensions

ProBlogger

At first glance, Joomla isn’t the best platform for blogging. But that doesn’t negate all the strengths Joomla brings to the table as a content management system. Why even give Joomla a chance? I know what you’re thinking: why on earth would you even consider blogging with Joomla? When you first set about creating a blog in Joomla, it takes a moment before you realize you’re in trouble. How do users share your content?

70+ Resources on How to Start a WordPress Blog

Kikolani

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. Importing Your Content. If you have blog content on other platforms including WordPress.com, Blogger, Drupal, Joomla, or other blogging platforms, then you might want to consider importing it into your new WordPress site. One question I get asked often is how to start a blog.

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Stop Writing for Free and Launch Your Own Profitable Blog

ProBlogger

To see the traffic and the success necessary to justify launching your own site, you’ll need to focus on a few key areas: Content Quality. Content Quality. It may be the rush to get thoughts out in the form of a blog, or it could be a lack of education in proper grammar and style, or it could be any number of things driving the quality of the content down the drain. Managing the costs of hosting is just one part of managing your blog’s overall costs.

$1M Case Study: My CMS & Content Strategy

Viper Chill

You are here: ViperChill » Business » $1M Case Study: My CMS & Content Strategy $1M Case Study: My CMS & Content Strategy Written by Glen, this post has 58 Comments It has been a while since I wrote about my million dollar case study. Make sure you grab the feed.

7 Steps to Creating Million-Dollar Web Apps (And a Big Announcement)

Viper Chill

My first plugin for example, called Reputation Management for WordPress , which shows alerts you to people talking about your around the web, saved me time by keeping me up to date on social mentions straight from my WordPress Dashboard. The reason development was so cheap is because the plugin is actually a very simple concept, and just pulls in content from customised RSS feeds that other services (like Google Blogsearch) are producing.