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February 26, 2014

Moving A Blog From Blogger To WordPress

Many bloggers start out with an urge to write and publish without any clear idea of their options when it comes to content management systems. They choose a platform like Blogger, which is Google’s blog platform, and it works fine for them — for a while at least. After some time they frequently find themselves […]

February 19, 2014

Write Your WordPress Posts In Evernote With Sentinote

Sentinote is a WordPress plugin that allows Evernote users to write and publish their posts and pages from within Evernote. If your writing workflows are anything like mine, you make extensive use of Evernote. It’s by far the best tool I’ve found for collecting and organizing my notes, images, links, web pages, and other research […]

February 14, 2014

Increase Engagement On Your WordPress Site With Email Newsletters

Once upon a time, the email newsletter was an essential part of any blog. Now we have many different ways of being notified of new content, particularly social networks like Twitter. But, some still prefer to have content delivered to their inbox rather than trawling through social media and RSS feeds — a surprising number […]

January 30, 2014

Use Polls To Increase Engagement On Your WordPress Site

Only a tiny percentage of a site’s visitors will leave comments, and the ones who do are not always representative of the audience as a whole. In an ideal world, a significant proportion of readers would engage in some way with a site beyond just passively consuming the content. Encouraging them to do so can […]

January 28, 2014

5 Elegant WordPress Portfolio Themes For Creatives

If you’re a creative, you’re going to need somewhere on the web to showcase the products of your creative endeavors. Whether you’re a photographer, a designer, an artist, or a musician, without a website your reach is seriously limited. Of course, there are any number of social networks and sharing services that will allow creatives […]

January 25, 2014

Effective Calls-To-Action Can Turn Your WordPress Site Into A Conversion Machine

What is your website for? There are various ways to construe that question and various possible answers. Many businesses and bloggers see their site as a central digital presence from which they can establish their brand, attract referrals from search and social, promote their services, publish content, and provide support to customers. A website can […]

January 21, 2014

Bring Ghost’s Radically Simplified Interface To WordPress

The Ghost blogging platform was one of 2013’s major success stories. John O’Nolan set out to create a platform designed purely for blogging. Early in the year he published a mockup of what he thought the software would look like, and when, that generated substantial interest, he created a KickStarter campaign that proved to be […]

January 08, 2014

7 Things Every New WordPress User Needs To Know

A new year is here, and with it comes the determination to finally get started on the business or creative endeavor that you’ve been procrastinating about throughout 2013. If you want to sell something, to write, or to be creative in any other way, you’re going to need a website to show your work to […]

December 19, 2013

Improve Your WordPress Editorial Workflows With Edit Flow

As I’ve mentioned in previous articles, if brands want to improve both the efficiency and the effectiveness of their content marketing efforts, they should think less like traditional marketers and more like publishers. And, it’s not only blogging brands would benefit from a more publisher-like approach to the planning of content creation. To be highly […]

December 17, 2013

6 Plugins To Bring Christmas Spirit To Your WordPress Site

Christmas is on the way, and that means sites all over the web will be cutesifying themselves in an attempt to catch some of the season’s goodwill. To be honest, I have mixed feelings about the sledging Santas and falling snow that is soon going to adorn my favorite sites. On the one hand, for […]