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Focus on driving social traffic for high SEO returns
To really benefit the power of your search engine optimization, focus on driving traffic to your website with social networking services such as Google+, LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. Not o …
Add fresh content as often as you can.
Adding fresh content to your website helps improve your search engine rankings and keeps your website content fresh for visitors, and that helps to improve your value to search engines. Website sho …
Separate your post title from your page title.
A web page is made up of multiple parts, and while the post title and page title are often very similar, you should approach each differently. A page title (what appears at the top of the browser w …
What is a site specific plugin file?
A site specific plugin is WordPress plugin, created for a specific website. It can store any number of functions related to a specific website, and generally affects the content or functionality o …
Google’s free new WordPress plugin, and lots more!
Welcome to WordPress Wednesday, a summary of what you might have missed in the world of WordPress this week. WordPress Plugins This week Google launched their very first WordPress plugin, the Go …
11 free tools online tools for small business marketing
Every business wants to increase their sales, right? Well here’s a list of eleven free online tools that can help make your business a superstar without costing you a penny. WordPress I talk a …
How much should I charge for a website?
I received an email today from a new designer, wondering what she should charge for a website and thought that I should share my response for other new website designers out there. Here’s her email, …
Using WordPress custom fields to redirect a single post
If you'd like to redirect a single post you can use this simple code snippet I wrote to redirect a single post to any other post on your WordPress website. I use a very similar snippet of code her …
How to create a site specific plugin in WordPress
WP Beginner recently had a simple tutorial on how to diable the XML-RPC in WordPress, as @nacin points out, it’ll be enabled by default in WordPress 3.5. Security wary website owners would be wise …