Over the years, I’ve witnessed a number of problems and controversies arising from Premium WordPress Themes and Plugins. I’m always surprised by the number of small bloggers caught up in the troubles.
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I started blogging because I thought I could help somebody. Pretty high hopes to have. It wasn’t meant in an arrogant way, worst than that, it was sincere.
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Today I’m going to offer my view on the main differences to consider when selecting from the main 3 blogging platforms: WordPress.com, WordPress.Org and Blogger.
I run blogs on each platform, so this is coming from my personal experience.
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Today I want to share my first impressions of starting a blog at WordPress.com. In this post I highlight some advantages and disadvantages of the popular platform.
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I don’t normally read blogging income reports, but when it’s from a blogger in our niche area, I might take a look.
I enjoy the breakdown. The list showing where the money’s coming from -what product, what company etc.
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CSS gives you the ability to fine-tune the look of your website.
It’s simple enough to pick up, and in this post I’ll give you the basics to get you on your way.
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Blogging seems to be as popular as ever. You can find a blog on nearly any subject, but finding a good blog can be a bit harder.
I want this blog to be interesting and helpful. I also want it to come across as a well ironed product.
To achieve that, I sometimes take a look at the bigger bloggers out there, to learn from them. Here’s what I’m seeing…
Success in business can be an elusive thing. I’ve created 4 websites in the last year, 3 of which have failed.
There are three concepts to consider when naming a blog. Then, it’s a matter of weighing up the pros and cons, and finding a balance that best suits you.
I have taken for granted that any blog name we settle on has an available domain. Also, that it is not an established brand already.
So, what are the options?