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    May 2011

    WordPress Plugins to Create Interactive Community WordPress Blogs

    May 20, 2011
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    The days are gone when you just post an article and get traffic out of it. In 2013 and after the launch of new Google algo, now authority of a blog matters a lot. One way to create authority is by creating a user interactive community. When it comes to WordPress, it’s already very interactive as we have blog comments to improve the user interaction. Though, that’s default feature and there are many other useful ...

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    WordPress for iPhone App Loaded with Stats Feature

    May 19, 2011
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    WordPress has just outed the new and updated version of it’s WordPress for iOS app with some nice new features to make blogging through iOS devices much more easier. WordPress for iOS never really got any major feature update since it’s release, and this is the first one to get more than 2 new features. Many bloggers use WordPress on their iOS devices and even on other mobile platforms, specially those nomad bloggers who like ...

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    5 Premium WordPress Gallery Themes

    May 17, 2011
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    When we shop for WordPress themes we have tons of options. Though finding the best WordPress theme is always a tough task. Here I’m compiling a list of top WordPress Gallery Themes which you can select for your next WordPress blog. These themes are premium and costs some $ but I can say that buying  these themes wont disappoint you. Premium WordPress themes are better that the free ones as they provides lots of feature like adsense , ...

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    When is Not the Right Time to Start Accepting Guest Post

    May 17, 2011
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    This is a guest post by Hacktik who blogs at Hacktik. If you would like to write for ShoutMeLoud, check our adsense revenue sharng program. In my recent post on my blog I have discussed about Top 5 Benefits of Accepting a Guest Post on your Blog. However, I concluded the same post with a small warning that  not everything is good about accepting guest post specially the timing factor when you should or should not start accepting ...

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    Resell Fiverr Gigs to Make Money from Fiverr

    May 10, 2011
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    When you are working online, it’s all about the reach. More reach and followers, you have: More money you end up making. Have you ever thought, how you can use other services to make money? Today, we will look into one of the easy way and that is fiverr apprack to make money. We will learn how we can resell Fiverr Gigs created by others to make money from Fiverr. Most of you know what ...

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    Starting Your Blog Journey? ShoutMeLoud Can Help

    May 10, 2011
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    Recently I launched my blog site wisdomtimes.  Harsh has been an integral part of the process. Here is how it all came together and how ShoutMeLoud is helping me with some invaluable blogging tips. My Blog Journey It has always been my dream to escape the corporate grind and also become financially independent.  It took quite a bit of introspection and planning to decide that blogging was the way out to kill these 2 birds ...

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    ProBlogger eBook for Newbie Bloggers: First week of Blogging

    May 10, 2011
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    We all know that Darren is a reputable name in the Blogging industry. He has been contributing to Blogging industry from years and he is an inspiration for many including me for blogging as a career. Darren has released 31 days to build a better blog long time back and he is a part of our 3eBooks recommended to every blogger. Darren is back with new eBook which is targeted to newbie’s and help them ...

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    How to Create Table in WordPress Blog Post using Windows Live writer

    May 10, 2011
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    How many of you ever wanted to create a table in WordPress blog post or in BlogSpot blog post. Some time when you are doing a comparison, you might find that you need to create a table to show quick comparison. You can see an example of such tables on my last post “Bluehost vs. Hostgator vs. Dreamhost”.  Here is the screenshot of table which I created there: Though if you wish to create a ...

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