I just got a note that said this blog has reached 200 followers! I know that’s not huge, but it means a lot to me! 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. Thanks again! 🙂 Advertisements … [Read more...] about 200 Followers — Thank You!
Thank you 200 followers
WordPress is the most popular CMS for many reasons, but the most important one is that it’s free and open source. This has fostered a huge developer community around the platform that continuously builds beautiful themes, premium plugins, and even contributes to the core code. As the user, you have the freedom to stick to the basics or really get hands-on with HTML, CSS, and PHP to customize your website in any way you like. Obviously, there is a lot of be learnt and you need to stay updated if you want to make the best of what WordPress has to offer. Thankfully, there are many amazing publications online dedicated to covering all things WordPress starting with those that cover the very basics for beginners to more advanced ones that delve into plugin reviews, advanced in-depth guides, and how-to tutorials with code snippets. In this post, we list the best WordPress blogs you need to follow to stay ahead of the curve. Hands down the best resource for users who are … [Read more...] about 7 WordPress Blogs to Follow for the Best Tips, Tutorials, Guides, and More
Hey Shouter, Earlier I have reviewed LinkPatrol WordPress plugin here, and apart from fixing link issues on your blog, this plugin can make huge money for you. For me, I made more than $1200 using LinkPatrol plugin within two weeks and in below video I will show you exactly what I did. Audio transcript: Hey, guys, this is harsh from ShoutMeLoud. Today I have something interesting to show you, something that made a good amount of money for me. And if you are one of those bloggers who are blogging from last couple of years, this is something which is going to work out a lot for you. Now I will share exactly what I did to make so much money . Without adding something new, I just worked on my old blog posts and that started making more money than I ever imagined. Let me show you how it all started. Few days back, I talked about Linkpatrol plugin and what this plugin do is – it scans all of your links on the blog and it shows which website you are linking to. I started blogging in … [Read more...] about How I Earned $1246 By Growth Hacking One WordPress Plugin
You want to make money blogging? You do? I can help you. But don’t think I am going to give you yet another 101 ways to make money online. Because it doesn’t work that way at all. Seriously. If you already have a blog and is exploring ways to monetize your blog then here’s a list of over 40 Google AdSense alternatives to make money blogging. Over the past several months, I have been trying to scale-up my content creation process — to create more blog posts per month in a consistent way. However, I was not able to do it and is yet to find a way that works for me. But the good thing is, I ended up doing a lot of maths. I love maths. No, not the stuff that you and me learned at school — differentiation, integration, algebra, matrices, etc. — but the one applied in real life. In fact, that’s how I ended up writing a fun blog post about How Much Traffic Do You Need To Make $100,000 a few years back. It was all about traffic and income and … [Read more...] about What Does It Take To Generate 1,000,000 Pageviews & $3,000 Per Month
Yes? Well, then why don’t you do the same for your content management system? If you think this analogy is strange, think again, WordPress, like any other content management system, is majorly engaged in the work of saving, managing and retrieving media, querying databases for files, and serving them on web pages. And so, WordPress optimization is an essential task for any publisher. Why clean up? As such, redundancy can and does creep into the system once you’ve changed a few themes, installed and deleted multiple plugins, and uploaded hundreds of media files. Your site will still work, obviously, but it is bogged down by the deadweight of extra files. Here’s how you can refresh your system and make life easier for your content management system, reducing server load and possibly increasing page load times in the process. First, take a backup I’m guessing if you’re considering cleaning your WordPress installation, you probably have a lot of posts and … [Read more...] about Guide to WordPress Optimization & Cleanup