Blogs and Blogging

In this section, you'll find the posts that are relevant to you if you are a blogger, such as: information on guest blogging, how to set up Wordpress, how to configure the Thesis framework, how to secure your WP admin folder, some useful plugins you may want to put on your blog, and lots more to come...

New guest post from Kathy of CPA Site Solutions, providers of websites for accountants in the U.S.A. Are you wondering about the REAL benefits of guest blogging? Then read on.If you’ve been blogging on your accounting website, there’s something you should know: For every post you write for your own blog, you should be writing […]


Easily show the latest comments left by your visitors on your blog Displaying the latest comment(s) published on your worpdress blog is the easiest way to get visitors interested in what other people are talking about on your site.It is such a common feature that there are countless plugins (get recent comments being one of […]


Thesis: how to remove multiple categories from your homepage

published on May 27, 2010 in Blogging

May 27, 2010

Here is a quick tutorial on how to modify your Thesis theme (WordPress framework) in order to remove one or more categories from appearing on your blog homepage.For those who don’t know much about the Thesis custom_functions.php file, WordPress hooks, and how to retrieve category ids from the database, here is a quick summary.custom_functions.phpPHP file […]

Read the full article →

How to secure your WordPress wp-admin folder

published on April 19, 2010 in Blogging

April 19, 2010

Simple step to secure the wp-admin directory Security should be high in everybody’s mind when running WordPress as blog software. Although vulnerabilities are usually quickly fixed, the open-source nature of the code makes it easier for would-be hackers to find flaws.The risk of having to re-install a breached installation should encourage anyone to take the […]

Read the full article →

How to make your website or blog faster and keep visitors – and Google – happy

published on April 16, 2010 in Blogging,SEO & PPC

April 16, 2010

Learn how to speed up your website Last friday saw the announcement that speed was now officially a raking factor in Google’s algorithm. For most websites, improving their loading time is straightforward: they can start by compressing images and pages, caching static elements and combining and minifying CSS and Javascript. This is what I will […]

Read the full article →

No email subscription on your blog could cost you dozens of regular readers!

published on February 19, 2010 in Blogging

February 19, 2010

Can you disregard up to 40% of readers who could be potential clients? RSS has been around for over 2 decades but it is still perceived as a new and “geek-only” technology. A vast majority of people don’t use a feed aggregator, and simply don’t want to know about RSS. If you are not taking […]

Read the full article →

Get more people talking with the WordPress plugin “subscribe to comments”

published on January 8, 2010 in Blogging

January 8, 2010

Comments make blogs come alive. Encourage them on yours! Allowing visitors to leave comments on your blog is a great way to build a community around your site. The same way that participating in discussions on other blogs will have positive repercussions on your own. Participating, not spamming! However, on certain blogs it is not […]

Read the full article →

Happy New Year, happy new blog (for Accountants)

published on January 1, 2010 in Blogging

January 1, 2010

New Year Resolution 2010: start a blog for accountants and post useful articles every week. The New Year always brings new resolutions, some that will last a lifetime and others that will have to be taken again next year. One of my resolutions for this year, one that I hope will last for a while, […]

Read the full article →

©2017 - All rights reserved
Site Map | Legal Stuff