Search Engine Optimization (SEO) for a WordPress blog is different than SEO for static websites, mainly because of the social nature of blogging technology. It is less about buying links or tricking inadequate search technology. SEO for WordPress blogs is more focused on the technical infrastructure of your site, and your ability to write creative articles that are noteworthy for others to read and link to.
In this article we will share a plugin called Subscribe to Comments that allows commentators on your blog to check a box before commenting and get e-mail notification of further comments. It is one of the most popular WordPress plugins out there for the simple reason that it helps foster a community around your blog by encouraging commentators to come back and stay engaged in the dialog.
In this article we will show you how you can separate trackbacks from comments in WordPress. This hack will only work for version 2.7+ and if you are not using it, then you should start now because of the recent MySQL attack on older versions.
In this article we will show you how you can display the correct comment count through a small snippet which will filter out trackbacks and pings and only display the actual comment count to your users.
A lot of sites are being hit by a recent SQL attack where codes are being injected to your site. This MySQL injection affects your permalinks by making them ineffective. As a result, your blog posts URLs will not work. We will show you how you can identify and fix this issue.
In blog posts that generate high amount of discussion, it often becomes hard for users to track the author’s comment. Specially when the discussion is heated, it is very interesting to see author’s thoughts. In this tutorial we will share one of the easiest and simplest way to highlight author’s comments in WordPress.
Rearranging comments to display the latest one on top is becoming a new trend that more and more top bloggers are implementing on their site. If your blog has a lot of user interaction, then this option should be your choice because often the recent comments get buried on the last pages or at the very bottom. In this article we will show you how you can rearrange your comments and display the most recent one on top.
In this article we will show you how you can display related posts in WordPress with and without a plugin.
We are going to use a plugin called Twitter Tools by Alex King to auto publish twitter tweets as New WordPress Posts. This plugin creates a complete integration between your WordPress blog and your Twitter account.
In Multi-Author blogs, it is great to list all authors, so the reader knows who is behind the site. We have written a guide with 21 Great Plugins to Manage a Multi-Author WordPress Blog Efficiently. In this tutorial we show you a manual code that you can use to list all authors from your blog.