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? Knowing the revenue and marketing potential of blogging, I think we can at least agree that Joomla users deserve the chance to make a go of it using their platform of choice.

Donations as Revenue: Social Media Business Podcast

Laurel Papworth

Drupal , Joomla , and LAMP - Linux, Apache, MySQL and Perl/PHP/Python are also mentioned as examples of donation social economies. Still it’s a no-brainer that Fundable or similar will have or already have a Twitter addon service.

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

Trending Sources

Fetching Friday – Resources Mashup & Midwinter in Sweden

Kikolani

44 beautiful Joomla website designs. Is Twitter the first result for your name on Google ? 30 Twitter tools to help grow your community. Better retweets from Twitter apps. How to add a RSS feed without a plugin and the feed cache.

Mashup 109

45 Marketing Tools to Consider for 2017

Razor Social

The tool then sends you alerts to your email or RSS feed reader each time it finds relevant mentions. Feedly. Feedly is an excellent tool that allows you to collect and read content from all your favorite industry blogs or news sites in one place. You can subscribe to as many RSS feeds as you like, and you can organize the content into relevant categories. Feedly is the easiest way to curate content from your favorite publications for social sharing.

Tools 87

Fetching Friday – Resources Mashup, ASW11 & Productivity Systems

Kikolani

Twitter. Trick or Tweet: Meet the new Twitter style guide – a look at the official Twitter buttons, widgets, and apps. Why Twitter friends are better than co-workers – or more appropriately, when your Twitter friends become co-workers.

70+ Resources on How to Start a WordPress Blog

Kikolani

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. Reading – This includes what your homepage will display (posts or a static page), how many blog posts to show on your homepage and in your RSS feed, and what will be displayed in the RSS feed (full posts or a summary – I always go with full).

How to Improve Your Social Media Marketing Plan With 13 Growth Hacks

Convince & Convert

After all, while a majority of your audience may use Twitter, it’s still possible that more qualified leads could come from another source like LinkedIn, Facebook, Google+, Pinterest, or even Instagram. TrueStory: At CoSchedule, we started analyzing our data and found that while we were concentrating the majority of our time writing social messages to promote our content on Twitter, more traffic actually came from Facebook. Joomla. Twitter, Facebook—you name it.

Stop Writing for Free and Launch Your Own Profitable Blog

ProBlogger

However, if you decide to use a content management system (CMS) that requires you to pay for third party hosting – WordPress, Drupal, and Joomla are good examples – you’ll want to make sure you monitor your costs closely. With the sites I launched, Twitter was my best friend. Twitter referral traffic often ranked in the top-three of all traffic sources. However, beware of non-Twitter services. You can do so pretty easily with Twitter.

How to Build a Superblog: Insights from the Technorati Top 10

Viper Chill

Decide on a Brandable Name Because these blogs write so much, they don’t have as many people coming to their blog via feed readers as you would expect. If you go by RSS feed subscribers and Technorati rank, you might think they still are. Home What the F ? Cloud Living Say "Hi!"

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

Viper Chill

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. To cut a long story short, what I learned here is that people rarely want to have to learn a new system, and they would rather use what they’re used to like Joomla, WordPress or even building static HTML sites if they can.

$1M Case Study: My CMS & Content Strategy

Viper Chill

An alternative, and a solution I prefer, is to use a free CMS like Drupal, Wordpress, or Joomla. If you enjoyed this post, you can: Save on Delicious Share on Facebook Print > [link] title="Click to send this page to Twitter!" Make sure you grab the feed. Home What the F ?

Case Study: Have Your Best Product Launch Ever (Without a Single Affiliate)

Viper Chill

My WordPress plugins aren’t plugins that work well for Joomla or on static websites. Members can be auto upgraded to a different level after a certain amount of time which is perfect for sites which have a monthly fee, then you can drip-feed more content to your members and so on.