It takes a little bit more finesse to search engine optimize (SEO) your WordPress blog compared to a regular website. But fortunately, the web being a particularly wonderful place, there are answers out there to make it a less painful and inexpensive experience.
February 19th, 2008 · 1 Comment
February 4th, 2008 · No Comments
The following are some cool websites with some cool website and blog tools for you to check out and make use of:
Nexodyne Email Image Generator: I love the web! Have I said that before? It’s good to have recognizable icons to lead your site visitors by the hand around your website or blog. This nifty tool by Nexodyne lets you create personalize email buttons that you can place on your website or blog.
January 25th, 2008 · No Comments
I decided to start a new post series called “Cool Tools for Your Blog”. Here’s the first out of many posts of cool tools for your blog:
Buttonmaker : With this buttonmaker, you can create your own antipixel buttons.
Local Biz Blogs : LocalBizBlogs is an easy way to connect with customers and build your business’s reputation on the web, even if you already have a website.
OneSite : OneSite is the leading provider of online community and social media solutions.
BlogHoster : BlogHoster is a PHP-based software product which allows you to provide a blog hosting service on your website. The blog hosting that you give your users with BlogHoster is comparable to popular third-party blog hosting services blogger and wordpress.com.
20 Analytics Tools For Blogs : A list of great analytics tools mostly blog specific.
October 30th, 2007 · No Comments
Another installment of cool sites to visit:
Tubetorial: Tubetorial is a great new website that shows video tutorials on web development tips and ticks of all kinds and how to do this and that on WordPress. It’s a great site for us visual learners. It’s quite easy to navigate and find videos. Tubetorial is also a new site so they’re building their inventory. You can also sign up for an rss feed or get the latest tips and tricks via email. Damn I love the web!
October 10th, 2007 · No Comments
I found a couple of cool websites sites recently that I’d love to share with y’all. <—-Yes, I know that’s not a word.
Happy Webbies: I love all things contrary. I especially love things that are both adorable and sarcastic, like Jim Benton’s It’s Happy Bunny books and merchandise. So, I was pleasd to discover this morning, a British take on the Bunny series called Happy Webbies. You can download 4 posters of cartoonized web design gurus Andy Budd, Andy Clarke, John Hicks and Jeremy Keith, all Brits, with funny webbie puns. Why, would I want to, you ask. Well, perhaps it’s time to give that desktop wallpaper of a topless Jake Gyllenhaal (scuse me while I catch my breath) or a scantily clad Jessica Alba, a rest. Just a thought.