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    How to Use Rel=Canonical For Content Syndication and SEO

    February 16, 2014
    WordPress Canonical Tag

    Are you out of interesting post ideas but don’t want to skip a day without updating your blog? Read on this detailed guide to content syndication which also takes care of duplicate content issue with the help of canonical tag. Content syndication is a process of sharing your original work on other platform to drive more traffic. Similarly, you publish other bloggers work on your blog and keep your blog updated. Content syndication is one useful ...

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    How To Get a Notification Email For Every WordPress Post Changes

    February 13, 2014
    Email Post Notification Configuration

    Having multiple authors on your WordPress blog also creates several responsibilities for you to manage.  Which includes reviewing the posts created and edited by different authors, handling spam registrations and activity of your authors etc. Some people can handle these things by using some plugins or they may create their own custom piece of code to handle and maintain the WordPress websites. Must have WordPress plugins for multi-author WordPress blogs How to create multi-author WordPress ...

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    Highlights Of WordCamp Baroda 2014 [Video]

    February 11, 2014
    WordCamp Baroda

    WordCamp events are one of those event for bloggers and WordPress users, which helps you to understand the power of the community. I have talked about the WordCamp Baroda event before and also shared an interesting discussion with Bhavesh Radadiya at the event here. Yesterday, official video partner of Baroda WordCamp, DreamfootIndia released the highlight video of the whole event and it brings back the memory lane for all who attended the event. If you missed attending ...

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    Video Discussion With Bhavesh Radadiya From Templatic Theme Club

    February 3, 2014
    Harsh and Bhavesh

    Hey Shouter, Last 10 days was pretty busy for me, with attending WordCamp Baroda and Bungee jumping at Rishikesh. This time we ( Me and Sharat) decided to do a road-trip from New Delhi to Baroda (1000 KM). Along with all this, I was occupied with preparation for my WordPress SEO presentation at WordCamp Baroda and will be sharing presentation videos once I get my hands on them. One of the good things about such event ...

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    How to Install WordPress Blog on Bluehost WebHosting – Get A Blog

    February 2, 2014
    Review of Bluehost Shared Hosting

    There are many cheap and reliable Hosting for WordPress out there and one of them is Bluehost. I have used Bluehost for my client sites and what I like about them is unlike many other hosting, they don’t over sale it. Also, they come up with only Shared and reseller hosting package, where you can host multiple sites. This guide is for newbie users to learn how to install WordPress on Bluehost hosting. One thing ...

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    How to Install WordPress on Ubuntu or Debian Cloud Server

    January 28, 2014
    How to install WordPress on cloud server

    Cloud Server Hosting is gain popularity because of its reliability, performance and price. If properly configured the cloud servers are very secure and have high performance/price ratio. These days you can get a good cloud hosting in about $5/month. Along with the storage space, you get a dedicated I.P address and full root access. It means you can customize your server like you want. Another great advantage of using a cloud hosting is you are ...

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    Let’s Meet At WordCamp Baroda, Gujarat – 2014

    January 20, 2014
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    WordCamp is one of the great initiative by official WordPress team, and anyone around the globe can create and organise a Wordcamp meet (as long as you follow the guidelines published by Wordcamp.org. I remember it was January 2009, when I attended first ever WordCamp event in Noida, and I met many pioneer of blogging like Matt Mullenweg (Founder of WordPress) , Om Malik, Amit Agrawal, Honey Singh to name a few. After attending WordCamp, ...

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    MyThemeShop : Quality WordPress Themes in Budget

    December 11, 2013
    MyThemeShop Review

    When it comes to WordPress themes, we have unlimited options. Depending upon your budget, you can pick a theme for $0 (Free themes) or you can spend thousands of dollars to get a custom looking WordPress theme for you. But, when it comes for masses, it’s cost-effective premium themes which comes as a rescue. I always advocated and prefer premium themes over free themes, as they are well-coded and comes with many features such as ...

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