Back when I moved this blog from my self-hosted to WordPress hosted, I lost all my followers. So I’ve had to build them back up again from scratch. While I don’t focus on my stats as much as I do just putting up posts, it’s still nice to be reminded of milestones. … [Read more...] about 200 Followers — Thank You!
Thank you 200 followers
But wait, that’s not all, there’s also a podcast called Do the Woo which focuses on WooCommerce users, shop owners, designers and developers. They also chat about tech stuff, marketing, social and anything else you can think that relates to eCommerce. I told you Bob is prolific. … [Read more...] about 7 WordPress Blogs to Follow for the Best Tips, Tutorials, Guides, and More
When you’re looking to make connections and role play, going where the community is makes all the difference. RP folks choose Tumblr as a platform because it is super easy to post something – click a button and toss up text, image, video, whatever you want. And, the whole ecosystem of Like, Reblog, Follow makes it super interactive. … [Read more...] about Automattic (WordPress) Acquires Tumblr, I’m Late to the Party
Tags are a great way to create an extra layer of taxonomy in your website, which you can use to create navigation links and tag clouds; besides, many themes and widgets utilize tags in order to create custom display options (“most popular post” widget for instance). Most users don’t understand the power of tags and add them indiscriminately, if you’ve never thought about tags as a taxonomical element, you may just want to delete them all and start afresh. … [Read more...] about Guide to WordPress Optimization & Cleanup
Day One is not exactly a productivity app but a journaling app for iOS and Mac OS X. And I have decided to include it as it’s one of my favorite productivity app now. You know why? Well, I use it to convert my thoughts or anything what’s in my mind to words and that way it helps me to refine ideas. … [Read more...] about The Fantastic Ten Productivity Tools (Free) To Get Things Done