Posts Tagged WordPress


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It’s More Important to Use Responsive Themes Than Ever

Yes, yes… I know… It’s been like, forever, and I’m sorry for that. I had a big issue 5 years ago .  I had a great job, but it went bye-bye in 2011. I had to start my own company, and it was really hard for the first two years. Then, I got busy, and […]

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301 Redirects Don’t Dilute Page Rank

Thought this was important. For a while now, some of the well-known SEOs have been saying that when you redirect a page with a 301, or permanent redirect, that the page rank passed to the page at the other end is diluted. Untrue. Here’s Matt Cutts to explain why:   Another SEO myth busted. Redirect […]

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WordPress In All Its Glory

You’re right, I don’t really like infographics, unless they’re really great. This one is. WordPress is the best thing to happen to the Internet since they turned on the lights.  Every site I build has WordPress under it, be it for myself or my clients, who have been artists, flight chart providers, restaurant and cafe […]

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Tynt Got a Facelift

One site that is really amazing for making sure your contributions to other people’s blogs are attributed is Tynt. I’ve been a member there almost since it opened and have loved the fact that it not only places a link to my blog on the attribution, but it tracks how many people lift what, how […]

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Interesting SEO and Other News from the Week of October 22nd

FCBNBKEAKBQ8 (for Technorati) Sorry, but if I put the code below the post, the feed won’t show it, and they keep telling me they can’t claim my blog. ALL because I changed theseonewsblog.com to www.theseonewsblog.com. It turned into a major PITA! Anyway, please excuse our dust. Aaannyway… I haven’t done a compilation post here for […]

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5 Kickin’ WordPress Plugins for Marketers

I always love it when I find some new or even some older amazing WordPress plugins. If they’re older, you need to be sure they’ve been updated to the most current version of WordPress, of course, but plugins allow us to do thing with our WordPress websites that we may have thought impossible. When I […]

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Google: Authorship May Have More Impact than +1

Last week during a Google Hangout, Matt Cutts mentioned that the +1 button may have less of an impact than “authorship.” We all know that the +1 button is to Google Plus as the “Like” button is to Facebook, right? Well, since the day Google Plus opened, Google has been hinting that there is a […]

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