Posted on April 16, 2009 at 12:01 am as Information
Many new Internet marketers obsess over Google pagerank believing it to be the route to rising in the search results, where in fact pagerank is just one of many factors involved in your search engine ranking and, most misleading, what you see in the Google Toolbar is very inaccurate anyway.
Authority in a search context takes into account all the elements of a site then determines a grading on the spectrum from completely authoritative through to no authority at all. The more authoritative and trusted your site, the better you will rank.
How to Grow Your Google Authority? There are many factors that directly influence your Google authority including the domain, quantity and quality of links, plus traffic elements.
Posted on April 8, 2009 at 6:37 am as Information
ForTheLose has shared with us 7 WordPress Theme Trends and How To Implement Them Yourself. It includes Tabbing System, “Featured” Post Display, Post Thumbnails, Cross-Browser Transparency, Animated Dropdown Menus, Modal Boxes and Theme Options Pages. Most of them are very useful and very easy to implement it on your own WordPress blog with the detailed installation documents.
Posted on April 6, 2009 at 2:32 am as Information
A personal brand is in many ways synonymous with your reputation. It refers to the way other people see you. What do you stand for? What ideas and notions pop up as soon as someone hears your name?
If youâ€™ve been around for a while youâ€™ve probably already developed a personal brand. People recognize your name, what youâ€™re working on, what you offer and what youâ€™re about. That being said, your personal brand might be a little weak and disjointed. If youâ€™d like to make it stronger, Skelliewag is going to help give you the tools by outlining what he believes to be the components of a strong personal brand.
Posted on March 29, 2009 at 12:01 am as Information
Shoutem has shared us 10 Ways to Build Your Blog Community with Twitter. Every blogger, no matter how ambitious or dedicated to his or her blog – wants a community around it. There are 3 Reasons Why Twitter Rocks for Your Community.
1. Itâ€™s less tedious than forums. As any other type of website, forums have a specific organization scheme that users need to learn. What if you have both article comments and a forum – what will the user choose to do? With too many choice, he may just end up staying quiet.
2. Itâ€™s more effective than e-mail because youâ€™re communicating to the community. While e-mail is personal, what happens when you get to much e-mail? What happens when you stop responding to people?
3. Accessible everywhere – browser, desktop, mobile,â€¦ With all the tools and ways to access both Twitter or your own microblogging network, you choose the way you want to engage your readers.
We all know that Twitter is good for our community. So how do we empower our community with Twitter?
Posted on March 23, 2009 at 12:01 am as Information
Speeding up the time it takes you to develop new WordPress themes can become a very critical habit that will help you as you continue on in this business. When most freelancers start out, they usually are sure to take on one client at a time.
As you get more comfortable and know your limits, you may become a little daring and take on two, maybe three clients at the same time. If you respect yourself enough to deliver quality work in a timely fashion to these clients that put their faith into you, you better hope you have sharp time-management skills.
The production of a well-developed WordPress theme can take 20-25 hours. 11 Tips for Speeding Up WordPress Theme Development will help you speed up the production of your theme projects. Try to implement these next time you work on a theme and notice the increase in motivation and how much time you’ll save.
Posted on March 20, 2009 at 12:20 am as Information
Chris Brogan has a mindset for framing posts that is useful to blogger. He wrote 20 Blog Topics To Get You Unstuck. You might not like all 20 ideas. The goal might be to look at what he has written for ideas and come up with your own list. In fact, it might even spur you to write 20 blog topics for your industry or community. The followings are the 5 out of 20 questions you might answer.
Posted on March 11, 2009 at 12:01 am as Information
The WordPress Design Award is held by WpWebHost. The winners will get a badge which links back to the page stating the winners. Also, the winner of each category can get $200 cash (via PayPal) plus a life-time hosting sponsorship as well.
The WordPress Design Award is divided into 5 separate categories. Your website must be WordPress powered with an original design or a completely original modification of a free or premium theme design. Simply write a blog post about joining the Best WordPress Design Award and submit your URL in the comment form in WpWebHost Blog in order to join the contest.
Source: Best WordPress Design Award
Posted on March 6, 2009 at 12:01 am as Information
When working on a WordPress blog, your posts often take the important place. However, the comments on the posts are often just as important as they create quality and valuable discussion. on the other hand if you have default WordPress comment box then there is no fun in commenting for readers as well as writers.
It really helpful for you and your visitors if your blog have well managed comment space. In which a reader can find various details about past and present comments which can improve the appearance of comments, and add more value to your posts.
Most Wanted WordPress Comments Page Hacks helps you to create a user-friendly interchange between you and your readers.
Posted on February 25, 2009 at 12:01 am as Information
WordPress is a very powerful Content Management System. It has tons of capability and can be extremely powerful. No matter how many awesome features such as threaded comments or breadcrumb navigation or even an “edit” link beside each post are added, you’re limited by your theme that you are using. If you theme isn’t “smart” enough to use these features, well, quite frankly, you can’t use them.
15 Useful WordPress Tricks to Make Your Theme Even Better is a post for all the WordPress theme developers out there. There are many great snippets of code that will take your current theme creation and make it that much better.
Posted on February 13, 2009 at 12:01 am as Information
WP WebHost is a web hosting for WordPress Users. They tailor made the servers and configuration for WordPress. Now you can get the best compatibility and maximum performance for every of your WordPress-powered site hosted with them. WP WebHost differs from other hosting companies by providing WordPress-related issues support. They will help you on any WordPress installation, configuration, plugins and themes issue.
You can install new WordPress on your site with just a click of your mouse through their Control Panel. They also invest heavily in ensuring our servers are not overloaded, have the fastest network connections, and guarantee 99.9% of network uptime. If you are not, within 100 days from when your initial order was placed, you’ll get your money back.
WP WebHost seemed new and too good to be true. Are you sure are not one of those â€˜overnight hosting companiesâ€™? They can assure you – they are not. WP WebHost started in 2007 and backed by a reputable international hosting company – Exabytes Network. They are an award-winning hosting company, having been in the industry for more than 7 years with more than 20,000 satisfied customer.
With only $5/month, you can get 50GBs of web space, 500GBs of monthly bandwidth and host up to 50 domain names. Would you like to give it a try?
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