Native advertising is defined as “a web advertising method in which the advertiser attempts to gain attention by providing content in the context of the user’s experience.” by Wikipedia. On the web this most commonly takes the form of sponsored content. On the one hand, native advertising can seem deceiving simply because the content is […]
Keeping up with all of your favorite blogs and news sites can be time-consuming. There are new blogs with amazing content popping up every day and it can get very hard to keep track of them all.
As a follow up to “Which Bookmarking & Sharing Buttons Should I Display On My Site“, I wanted to talk a bit about how to make those buttons display faster and how to measure their effectiveness. This is my first blog post at my new job and I wanted to share it with my readers […]
As search results give more weight to social factors it’s more important than ever to make your content easy to share on the internet.
Most bloggers stick to paragraphs and an image or two when writing new posts. This is fine for some however you may want to broaden your horizons and learn more about the potential WordPress and its HTML counterparts have to offer.
WordPress As a CMS
Rather than reinvent the wheel here I’m going to share some articles I both agree with and have found helpful in the past. WordPress is extremely powerful in its simplicity but is made more powerful by its loyal users. The future of this platform is very exciting as we stretch the possibilities of traditional websites.
Tailoring Your Blog To Your Readers
Ever stop to think about who is reading your blog? No one knows your readers better than you, so what are you doing about it? Your blog should really evolve right along side you. A few things to consider as you learn more about your readers are:
Awhile back I decided to start posting videos on my blog. Once I had a few videos up I began to rethink my approach. Ultimately I wanted to prevent videos from showing up where normal posts are displayed and instead display my most recent video in the sidebar.
There are 3 main reasons I love Thesis and why I use it for my blog; SEO Awesome Layout It’s constantly being optimized
A WordPress blog is an easy way to establish a dynamic online presence however it’s also very easy to get trigger happy with plugins and themes that ultimately slow down your websites loading time, making your overall WordPress site slow. Here’s a quick little checklist to help improve your blogs performance.