Blog content planning does not have to be a challenge. In fact, it can be really fun and rewarding once you find the tools that work best for you. You don’t need an elaborate system however developing your own streamlined process is indeed very smart.
Do you know where you want to see your blog at this exact time next year? Have you thought about how many articles you want to publish each week? What type of products you want to create that will support your blogging habits? How many people do you want your awesome blog content to reach? […]
I had the opportunity to guest post over at the Dedicated 2 Life blog the other day. (Thank you Irish!) The post titled, “Your 15 Minute Weekly Blogging Analytics Ritual” gives you great routine to analyze your blog in 15 minutes each week. Dedicated 2 Life by Irish Carter, is an enrichment blog and company that […]
I am super excited to be heading to WordCamp Ottawa this coming weekend, May 3-4, 2014! This is the 2nd year for WordCamp Ottawa and it’s now extended to 2 full days of excellent WordPress talks. The lineup of speakers is amazing and the topics being discussed are relevant and timely. This year I am […]
You’ve just launched your WordPress site now what? Don’t worry, this is a great question and every smart WordPress user on the planet will find themselves wondering what to do next.
Did you know that as of December 2011 WordPress version 3.0 had been downloaded over 65 million times? Since the first release of WordPress on May 27, 2003 the free open source software has rocked the entire Web. Offering businesses the ability to quickly, efficiently, and easily publish the key essential content that builds the foundation for […]
Today, business of all kinds are looking for Corporate WordPress Training. Just his past week I had more inquiries about corporate WordPress training then ever before. Collectively, companies seem to be searching for the same sort of WordPress training package – customized to their unique business needs. They don’t seem to be interested in online training, or […]
How does WordPress work anyways? This is a question that comes up quite often. What is the difference between a page and post? Why do I have a sidebar.php, header.php, and index.php file in my WordPress editor section? These are all great questions and as a blogger or WordPress website owner you should indeed understand […]
If we’re to believe the statistics, Twitter has over 500 million registered users that are actively using the social media platform. Not only this, but over 150 thousand new users sign up every day. As a business owner, you should view these Twitter users as potential customers or clients, in which case you’ll need to […]
Our friend, Oil Gardner over at unbounce spent a lot of time rounding up the “Top 10 Free Marketing Ebooks of 2012” for us last month. Oil is the Co-Founder & Creative Director at unbounce. He is a former Director of Marketing & Interaction Designer who tends to use metaphor more than he probably should […]