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August 2009

How to Point domain from Namecheap to Hostgator

One of the security tip which I often give to other blogger is host your domain and website on different registrar. For example, if you hosting your site on Hostgator, Dreamhost or Bluehost, use ShoutMydomain, Namecheap or Godaddy to host your domain. Long time back, I used to use Namecheap for hosting my domain and [...]

Add Page Navigation To any WordPress blog

Few days back I talked about How to add page navigation to Thesis Wordpress theme, this is for all other bloggers who are not using SEO optimized Thesis Wordpress theme. The problem faced by many Wordpress user is even after installing WP Page Navigation plugin, page navigation is not showing up. This is because your [...]

How do I Attract New Commentator on My Blog?

If you have been following ShoutMeLoud for a while, you would always notice many regular faces in commenting form. These are our regular commentator, and some of them are active shouter too. When I started SML back in 2008, I started with the aim of making it an engaging blog, and getting lots of genuine [...]

Register plus WordPress plugin for Multi Author blog

WordPress offers some easy way to create multi author blog and Shoutmeloud is a revenue sharing multi-author blog and few days back I have covered few topics on creating revenue sharing blog. Status Notifier Wordpress revenue Sharing blog Another very useful plugin which I have come across while working for one of my wordpress client. The [...]

Whats the Importance of About Page for your Website

On any Website/Blog, we need to have multiple pages which are quintessential. There are many pages which should be part of any website. For example, about me, Contact, Privacy, TOS and many other such pages. Have you ever thought of Importance of About Page for your Website? You might find, people who love to have a [...]

Matt Cutt Insight on WordPress SEO : WordCamp San Francisco 2009

I'm sure those who all are in SEO and wordpress must be aware of Matt Cutt. If not Matt Cutt   is a software engineer working on Google and he is also the head of Google's webspam team. In wordcamp San Francisco 2009 meet, Matt talked about Wordpress and he mentioned why he love Wordpress. [...]