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    5 Things to Consider Before Selecting a WordPress Theme

    December 26, 2012
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    Design of a blog matters a lot for branding, and a good user experience. If you will notice, all popular WordPress blogs or Websites around, take good care of their blog theme. There are many free and Premium theme clubs out there, and you will be bombarded with 1000′s of options for a WordPress theme. Some of them will be free, and many of them will be premium. When you are finding a WordPress theme for ...

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    WordPress Ping List for Better WordPress SEO

    December 25, 2012
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    WordPress ping list are very useful to extend your blog reach to major search engines. We all know that blog has a big advantage over static/dynamic sites in the form of Ping. If you are not aware of pinging feature of WordPress, then here are my 2 cents for you. When ever you publish, edit or modify a post, WordPress sends ping to all the Ping services which is listed under your ping update service. ...

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    How BlogSpot Users can Prepare for WordPress Migration

    December 20, 2012
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    BlogSpot is one of the best Blogging platform to start your Blogging career, as it’s free and you don’t have to pay for anything like hosting images or for premium plugins and tons of free themes are out there. Though, over the time when you get more accustomed with Blogging, you would realize BlogSpot is not the most ideal option for your Blog future for many reasons: You have less control over SEO of your blog. ...

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    WordPress is Not SEO Friendly & How to Fix it?

    December 19, 2012
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    How many times you have read about WordPress is one of the best blogging platform and upcoming CMS platform. And one of the reason is WordPress offers best possible SEO options. Though, this is completely untrue and let me clear it out: WordPress is not SEO friendly. Not atleast the default WordPress installation. Like many others if you also believe, that your stock installation of WordPress without making any changes will get you great search ...

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    WordPress Trackback Spam : New method of Spamming

    December 18, 2012
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    Spam comments are nothing new and we get it all the time. Thanks to plugins like Akismet, Gasp and many others which help us to fight against comment spam. Though, comment spam is usually done to get additional backlinks. Now, many of you who are not aware of Pingback or Trackback spam, this article is for those. How many of times you get new notification for an article linked to you? Usually WordPress shows all ...

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    How to Install WordPress Offline using XAMPP

    December 6, 2012
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    Every Self-hosted WordPress user wonders “If there was a way via which WordPress could be installed offline and all the themes could be tested and corrected as per the requirements offline?” Yes! of course there are hundreds of ways to do this, but most of them are time-consuming and aren’t user friendly and it takes the users nerve to set up WordPress offline. We have already looked into two other ways to use WordPress offline, and ...

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    A DIY Guide for WordPress Blog SEO

    November 20, 2012
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    Starting with a Blog is fun and it’s more fun when you are starting without any other materialistic motive such as money or fame, as in such scenario you Blog only for passion and you don’t care about many essential factors like Blog design, SEO and many other factors. But if you are like me who is Blogging as a career choice, it will become a serious work for you and you have to take care of all vital ...

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    Does Using Image Sliders Reduce Conversions On A WordPress Site?

    November 10, 2012
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    Image Sliders are an incredibly popular way of displaying content on WordPress homepages. In recent years, it’s been hard to find a WordPress site, especially an eCommerce site, that doesn’t have an image slider or carousel in a prominent position. They are a convenient way of displaying information—offers or products—in a dynamic and visually interesting way, and adhere to the (somewhat dubious) rule that most content should be above the “fold”. As an alternative to ...

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