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In the spirit of every platform needing all the same features WordPress has now rolled out WordPress stories.
It’s basically the same feature as stories are on Instagram or LinkedIn or Facebook or fleets on Twitter. Facebook has stories too, I guess.
This article discusses why you should edit text in WordPress as opposed to Word documents or other word-processing tools.
Instagram now allows users to add alt tags on Instagram to photos. This article shares what alt tags are and how to use them on Instagram.
A look at the difference between WordPress posts and pages and when you should care and how to use them for different types of content.
Estimated read time: 2 minutesI had logged into my Google Adsense account and there was the warning: My earnings were at risk! Now, it’s not like Adsense was on track to make me millions anytime soon, but why leave money on the table? And it […]
Estimated read time: 3 minutesI’m getting a little tired of all the constant accepting of websites’ cookie policies. Every website I go to I have to click and accept. Couldn’t there just be one button I can click that allows all websites to serve me […]
Estimated read time: 1 minutesKEYNOTE: WordPress tools to build your massive audience This session by Christoph Trappe shares some of the tools that can be used to grow your audience on your WordPress site. We’ll discuss tools like: Icegram (for popups, action bars and chat […]
Estimated read time: 3 minutesHaving non-working links on your website can negatively impact user experience and even conversions! Nobody wants to end up on pages that don’t exist. In WordPress, checking for broken links is a super easy process that can be automated. But we […]
Estimated read time: 2 minutes404 – or error – pages are where visitors to your website end up when they mistyped the end of the URL, they have an outdated link or the content has moved and isn’t being redirected correctly. Many of them say […]
Estimated read time: 4 minutesWordPress, the blogging platform that I use for this blog, does offer many different plugins. A plugin is basically an add-on that helps me customize my site’s functions without having to do development work. They can usually be installed with one […]
Estimated read time: 3 minutesAugust 2016 update: I have an update to this as I’ve now accidentally published a few more posts. Here’s what I did: Set the date to publish later Scheduled it Kept writing, editing, etc. I went back in and added a […]
Estimated read time: 1 minutesEven though 24 percent of websites now run on WordPress and the easy-to-use platform makes it super simple for people to get started, Sitecore has definite advantages over WordPress with its integrated approach. No. 1 healthcare social media influencer and master […]
Estimated read time: 4 minutesEmail is not dead. People read their emails, and even when they don’t read all of my blog’s emails, it only gets out of their inbox when they delete it. Email marketing was also expected to be one of the fastest […]
Estimated read time: 3 minutesImporting and exporting WordPress blog posts from one blog site to another is fairly easy, but there are some things to remember while going through the process.
Estimated read time: 1 minutesWith WordPress 3.9 in April 2014 came the function of audio playlists. WordPress has long allowed the embedding of audio recordings – like podcasts. With this update, storytellers and content marketers who use WordPress can now create audio playlists. This is […]