Review: Blogo Desktop Editor For Mac

Review: Blogo Desktop Editor For Mac

When I moved from Windows to Mac, one of the pieces of software I missed the most was Windows Live Writer. Having the power to write on my desktop (offline) and then to directly publish from there was something I found to be very productive. In the past I have shared a few apps that are good desktop editors for Mac, but until now nothing was close to what Windows Live Writer offered. Recently a popular Mac desktop blog editor, an app known as "Blogo", was completely revamped, and the fully loaded version of the app launched.  This neat app (4 comments)

How To Find Which WordPress Theme Is Being Used By A Blog

How To Find Which WordPress Theme Is Being Used By A Blog

Selecting right WordPress theme for your blog is a daunting task, as with so many options, you will find it difficult to pick the best one. When you search for WordPress theme suggestions on Google search, you will be amazed by the number of recommendations, and your hunt for that "Perfect WordPress theme" will never end. There are times when you land on a WordPress blog, and you simply fall in love with the theme used by the blog, and you are like "Wow! This is the theme which perfectly shows my blog personality" and now the hard task is to find (14 comments)

How WPEngine Hosting Helped Me To Recover ShoutMeLoud Blog

How WPEngine Hosting Helped Me To Recover ShoutMeLoud Blog

If you have read my earlier experience of moving to WpEngine, I mentioned why I decided to pay $450/month for hosting. One of the best features of WPEngine is, it takes a daily backup of users WordPress blog, and if anything goes wrong, you can restore it. Today, I was working on a normal optimization of the blog, and I used WP-optimize plugin to optimize my database. As soon as I finished optimizing my database tables, and I opened my blog homepage: It was all blank. All posts were gone, but I knew this is one common error in the database, and it (4 comments)

WordPress.com vs. WordPress.org: Which Blog Platform to Use

WordPress.com vs. WordPress.org: Which Blog Platform to Use

Whenever we look into starting a blog, we are bombarded with a multitude of options. Some of the options like Blogger, WordPress and Tumblr are very popular, and others, like Ghost, for example, are works in progress. Selecting which blog platform to use depends on your particular requirements based on the type of blog you have and what you wish to do with your blog. If you are blogging for fun or as a means to hosting a personal journal, you can use BlogSpot, WordPress.com or Tumblr as they are free, and quite easy to manage. When you are blogging to (8 comments)

How to Monetize Self-Hosted WordPress Blogs

How to Monetize Self-Hosted WordPress Blogs

As bloggers we have various options we can use to monetize our blogs. We can use advertisement networks to run ads, and we can also make money without running ads on our blogs. However, making money without an advertisement program is quite difficult and requires hard work. When you use an ad network, making money from your WordPress blogs gets easier. In this post I will share with you a list of advertisement networks that you can use to monetize your self-hosted WordPress blog. Some of these ad networks have certain limitations in terms of (13 comments)