Hello Happy Site Owners! I’m happy to celebrate the launch of one of my client’s sites Seek Social Media. I am so proud of the owner, Carole Billingsley. She really has a super site to show for all the hard work she put into it. And I know you’ll find it helpful too, so go check it out. There are only a couple of slots left in May for WordPress Training classes. If you’re ready to be a successful site owner and get your new site launched before summer, contact me quick!
I’m delighted to have on the podcast Nina Amir who is the owner of several sites including How to Blog a Book and Copywrite Communications. Today Nina is celebrating the release of her new book How to Blog a Book, Write, Publish and Promote Your Work One Post at a Time (Writer’s Digest Books).
I’m delighted to announce the release of a new lineup of WordPress one-on-one training classes that include a premium theme. There’s something for beginners and advanced users alike who are serious about having a solid WordPress and online marketing foundation and becoming confident, successful site owners.
It seems that everyone is jumping on the mobile band wagon with their sites, either with a responsive theme design or at least a mobile version of their blog. There are good reasons I have not converted BlogAid to a mobile version and don’t plan to any time soon. Read on to discover why and how to take your site through the same checklist I used to see if a mobile version is something that will help or hurt your site.
Tips TuesdayHello Happy Site Owners! This week’s tips are full of WordPress plugins and SEO tidbits you certainly want to know about. Plus, as loyal tips readers, I’m going to give you a sneak peek at a big package launch that’s coming soon. Shh, it’s our secret.
WordPressIf you want a little more elbow room for writing your WordPress posts and pages, there are four easy ways to change the size of your text editor or your entire composition page. Following are the simple instructions with screen shots to show you how to get all the room for writing you need.
Tips TuesdayHello Happy Site Owners! This week’s post is full of plugins you want to check out to see which ones are good, bad, and well, you know. And, you know I’ve been keeping quiet while working on a big project. New training and workshops are coming to BlogAid. I can’t tell you about them yet, but if you want a hint, check out the new sections near the end of the WordPress Video Tutorials library.
I took a little surfing trip while investigating an SEO tip today. I started with this post from Stanford Smith, The Lazy Blogger’s Guide to Effective Blog SEO, which had a link on creating Hub Pages that lead me to this post on QuickSprout about How to Design Your Blog for Awesome SEO. And, that post had the link to the original Hub Page example on ProBlogger’s archive page (except his link didn’t go to the actual archive page, this one does). Come along with me a moment and I’ll show you what else I found.