When moving from blogger into WordPress there is a big learning curve, and new terminology. Today let’s tackle the meanings of the terms: tags, categories and keywords.
According to Mark Zuckerberg, the focus for 2018 at Facebook will be the “well being” of its users. He also wants to fix Facebook’s role in any “abuse and hate” and defend against “interference by nation states”.
Mailchimp will officially end all automatic double-optin forms on October 31, 2017. Your forms on your site will not change. This WILL affect all incentives that you send automatically. BEFORE: a sign-up would automatically receive a ‘please confirm your address’ and the incentive was contained therein. NOW: by default there will be no extra emails After […]
Does it ever feel like you’re spinning your wheels? For weeks I’ve felt as though I’m stuck – not moving forward. Unmotivated. Blah. At this point, I usually whine about it to a bestie, and figure out how to move forward. Today we’re going to do the one thing that always gets me excited. Let’s step […]
3 Places to Minimize the Paradox of Choice Paradox of Choice: the psychological phenomena of making no choice in the face of too many options! WordPress Blog Places where Choices are Too Common Navigation Bar Landing Page Call to Action Beneath each post/page
Social media and I have a love/hate relationship. When I, and you too, actively participate in Facebook Groups, when we comment and find people we love on Instagram, when we open our hearts to new relationships, it is usually a great experience personally and professionally. Obviously, we won’t be much of a lucrative business if […]
For Day 3 of our 8 Weeks of Content in 7 Days challenge, we’re all about Cornerstone Content for bloggers. If you have some posts, you’re clear on your topic and your audience is growing, cornerstone content will do two things: increase your visibility to search engines generate referral traffic Done correctly, cornerstone content provides […]
Unfortunately all bloggers are in the same boat over the summer: lower traffic = lower income! I’m not sure about you – but I’d like more income and less work, thank-you-very-much. In light of this dilemma we put together a quick traffic-generator idea last year in June. Much to my surprise it turned out to be really […]
Bloggers & Pinterest Instead of a book-long tutorial on How to Learn Pinterest, this post will point you to the best resources on learning to use Pinterest. We’ll focus on bloggers and WordPress because Pinterest is a huge traffic source for most bloggers, especially bloggers that also focus on photography: fashion, food, DIY, decor, etc. […]