Posts Tagged wordpress

NoFollow vs. DoFollow: Who wins?

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If you’ve been following along, you should know by now that leaving comments on other blogs can boost your traffic. Obviously, it can help directly by others seeing your comment and clicking on your link to arrive at your site. But what about an indirect benefit? Susan made a comment yesterday on my link building […]

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WordPress.com vs. WordPress.org

I mentioned the two big guns of blogging (Blogger and WordPress) in a previous post about switching from Blogger to WordPress, but I also stated I would breakdown the difference between WordPress.com and WordPress.org. There are a plethora of articles on this, including a support page directly from the horse’s, er, WordPress’s mouth. However, I’m […]

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Permalinks are more important than you think!

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Picture this. You’re at a casual dinner party and you have a friendly discussion on healthy activities. The next day, your friend sends you a link to your work email address that says “Read this!”. You click it and it brings you to an article that discusses an activity that the two of you …

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5 Essential WordPress Plugins

A familiar guest writer today…Melissa Tamur! If you use WordPress for your website or blog, it’s a good idea to explore the available plugins. Plugins enhance the WordPress experience and can allow you to integrate other important services to expand and publicize your posts. 1) Twitter Widget Pro Integrate your Twitter feed seamlessly into your […]

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WordPress vs. Joomla vs. Drupal: Who wins?

About a decade ago, I worked with an interactive agency and one of the add-ons to our offerings was what we called an admin tool. We sold these left and right because there was a need for business users to update content, such as adding copy/images or introducing a new product, and they didn’t want […]

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5 Best Plugins for SEO in WordPress

Today, we have a new guest poster. Let’s welcome Thomas Sinfield! For those of us who are using WordPress as bloggers, we already have a great SEO advantage. Wordpress has been designed to make search optimization easy, but if you really want to ramp up your SEO efforts than there are few plugins that will […]

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Frugal 3.5 is better than ever

Believe it or not, Frugal has just celebrated its first birthday. It seems like Frugal has been around much longer since the theme has made such a big splash in the WP theme community. Those of you who have been with me for a while know that I’ve been a Frugal theme fan …

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