Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) has long driven bloggers looking for visitors towards a demanding and restrictive style of writing. That needs to change.
Wondering how to write a blog post most economically? Here’s how and where I begin, and the exact steps I follow. And there are also several time-saving tips thrown in for good measure.
In 2014, as we go Swiss style, we take a moment to explain to you just what Swiss style is, what minimalism is and then we meet Ghosts and IDL members. Fun!
Here are 7 tips worth following whether you are a new personal blogger or a seasoned one looking to brush up on your skills and make your blog more successful than ever before.
End marks are a feature used in magazines to beautify an article and tell the reader when it ends. Here’s how you can add it to your WordPress blog or site!
A look at where Genesis might be falling short of being the perfect WordPress framework and why Genesis, in its current state, is not for me, or possibly any code-loving, code-digging blogger with a lot of time on hand.
Today we introduce you to one of WordPress’ best TinyMCE plugins, ‘Ultimate TinyMCE’ created by developer Josh Lobe. Take a look at its many features, join us as we beautify our articles with his codework and give him appreciation over at his blog. Then download two free addons to start adding spice to your posts! [M]ake […]
The keynote article on the re-opening of VHBelvadi.com v2.0 in association with StudioPress. Now based on Genesis, the improved website has functionality rarely ever seen before, from subtle tweaks to open additions coded to craft a website readers would love to engage themselves with, contributors would dream of writing for! ❧
Blogging, to me, is two things: content and appearance. To most other bloggers, it means more. For instance, it means connection, discussion and perhaps even establishing a trade name or brand. And to bloggers with idealistic ideas, blogging is simply content. Personally, I think that the latter is a extreme. Blogging is not all about […]
Our once user-friendly websites are going from good to bad to worse. While there has always existed the league of the Pro or Premium customers who paid to satisfy their wants while those with free accounts survived just as well, satisfying their needs, the distinction between then and now, in my opinion, is that this bug has […]
The 51st idea that the people at WordPress gave us this year actually came, not from WordPress, but from Plinky. It asked us to detail which music cheers us up and why. Really, that was something meant to give people with writers’ block a boost, and writing so many things, from novels to screenplays to […]