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3 WordPress Tips

Hey everyone – just a quick post today as I’m up to my eyeballs in Mr. Clean’s Magic Erasers these past weeks (more on this in a future post). But I did want to throw a couple things out there! WordPress Security I want to remind everyone of the importance of a secure username and […]

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The WordPress Editorial Calendar Plugin

I’m thrilled to welcome book reviewer and blogger Casee Marie, who is here to tell us all about how to use the WordPress Editorial Calendar plugin! First of all, a big thanks to Molly for the opportunity to appear on her fabulous blog! In reading her book Blog It! I found myself being educated on some points […]

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How To Open Widget Images In A New Window

Alas, as I mentioned in a recent post, WordPress does not provide a simple, direct option for a website to open a sidebar widget graphic/image in a new browser window. Why should you care? Well, if you are a blogger and/or a self-published author displaying book covers on your website with links to your Amazon sale […]

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WordPress Email Plugin Subscribe2: Better Than Mailchimp?

Allan Douglas is one of the fabulous people I’ve met through my blog. A subscriber, he frequently offers sage advice by leaving a comment on one of my posts – and he knows what he’s talking about: He’s had great sucess with his own blog! I invited Allan to share his experiences with an alternative to Mailchimp. Here’s Allan’s review of […]

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How to Set Up a FREE WordPress Blog

Since my last two posts, How to Blog, Part 1: Here’s the Plan and How to Blog, Part 2: Attract More Readers With SEO, I’ve gotten requests to write about setting up a free blog. And here you go! The step-by-step below is the process to set up a free blog on WordPress. FIRST: Come up […]

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How to Move a Free WordPress Blog to a Self-Hosted Website

In my last post, I discussed my experience with free WordPress and why I moved to a self-hosted WordPress.org website. This post will outline the actual step-by-step process of moving a WordPress blog. Before the move, I suggest you decide how you want your new blog to look. Bookmark websites you like and browse WordPress themes. […]

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