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How to Add Pinterest “Pin It” button in your WordPress Blog

Pinterest

Recently while monitoring our blog stats, a new traffic source was popping up enough for us to notice. This traffic source was Pinterest. We started using the platform and saw great potential in it therefore we have added it on List25. In this article, we… Read More »

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Jan 27, 2012
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Online Community Management for Dummies (Book Review)

Online Community Management for Dummies

I was at a session in Affiliate Summit West where I ran into Deborah Ng, Conference Director of BlogWorld Expo. Over the past years, her and I have become good friends. I was honored to speak at the last two BlogWorld events. I knew Deb… Read More »

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Jan 26, 2012
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Post Pagination – How to Split WordPress Posts into Multiple Pages

postpagination

Yesterday we wrote an article on the site showing you how to increase pageviews and reduce bounce rate in WordPress. One of the tips we mentioned was splitting long posts into multiple pages. You can see an example of how we split our posts into… Read More »

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Jan 24, 2012
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How to Increase Pageviews and Reduce Bounce Rate in WordPress

Data Insights

When starting out, most bloggers believe that it is super hard to get people to your blog. Whereas most expert bloggers think that getting people to your blog is the easy part. Getting the users to stay on your site is harder. Most users come… Read More »

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Jan 23, 2012
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Gravity Forms vs. Wufoo (Which is a better form management solution?)

Gravity Forms vs. Wufoo

Recently one of our users asked us which is a better form plugin between Gravity Forms and Wufoo. In the past we have done a lot of posts about Gravity forms but none about Wufoo. We have used both form management softwares personally, so we… Read More »

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Jan 19, 2012
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How to Create a Blogging Checklist in WordPress

Checklist

Whether you have a multi-author blog or a single-author blog, a checklist is something that everyone needs. When writing we often make careless mistakes. Often we go live with those changes and have our users point out the errors. Sometimes the error in the post… Read More »

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Jan 17, 2012
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Successful Bloggers Do What Others are Not Willing To (Affiliate Summit West Keynote)

Shoemoney Keynote

As you guys knew that I was going to be attending Affiliate Summit West 2012. One of my favorite session was the closing keynote given by my friend Jeremy Schoemaker aka Shoemoney. Jeremy shared his story of how he went from being in debt of… Read More »

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Jan 13, 2012
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How to Add Google Fonts in WordPress Post Editor

How to Add Google Fonts in WordPress Post Editor

Fonts are one of the most important aspects of your WordPress blog, and in case you didn’t know Google has a library of about 300 webfonts that you can use on your WordPress site. Because they are hosted on Google’s servers they load quickly and… Read More »

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Jan 11, 2012
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Retargeting – What the Hell is it & How can I make Money with it?

Joanna Lord from SEOMoz

One of the interesting sessions I attended at Affiliate Summit West 2012 was about “Retargeting – What the hell is it & how can I make money with it?”. The session was presented by Joanna Lord from SEOMoz. You can follow her at @joannalord. What… Read More »

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Jan 9, 2012
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How to Display Child Taxonomy on Parent Taxonomy’s Archive Page

List of Taxonomies

In the past we have shown you how to display subcategories on category pages in WordPress. Recently while working with Custom Taxonomies, we found a need to display child-taxonomies on parent-taxonomies archive page. After doing a bit of research, we didn’t find a single tutorial… Read More »

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Jan 9, 2012
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