Archive for June, 2012

What is a Title Tag – How Do You Use Them?

POSTED BY   /  30 June, 2012  

Title tags are the most significant element of SEO and represent the first opportunity to make a positive impression on your visitor. For this reason, title tags are nothing to play around with. What are title tags? Each and every single one of them represents your blog's potential success, not only from the search engines, but through visitor click-through rates...
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Configuring Contact Form 7 Settings in WordPress

POSTED BY   /  29 June, 2012  

If your theme does not already come loaded with a contact form, creating a contact page using the Contact Form 7 plugin is fast and easy. We have put together is short and effective tutorial to walk you through the steps of configuring your Contact Form 7 settings in WordPress. Let's get a contact form working on your blog in minutes...
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Configuring the Akismet Plugin Settings in WordPress

POSTED BY   /  28 June, 2012  

Akismet is a WordPress Plugin that helps to remedy the issue of unending spam comments on a WordPress blog. Setting up Akismet is fast and simple, and we have provided a short and sweet tutorial to walk you through steps of setting up the plugin and obtaining an API Key to make it work...
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Duplicate Title Tags Caused from WordPress SEO by Yoast

POSTED BY   /  27 June, 2012  

Are you using the WordPress SEO by Yoast plugin on your blog? If so, you need to ensure that the plugin is not conflicting with your theme and causing duplicate title tags within your page source code, and dooming your blog for search engine success. We experienced this issue, and we have found an easy solution that does not include modifying the code within your theme files. ..
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Setting up Navigation Menus in WordPress

POSTED BY   /  26 June, 2012  

The first time setting up and installing your navigation menus in WordPress can be quite daunting and confusing for new bloggers. But once you go through the process at least once, it becomes much easier than it looks. We have provided a short and sweet tutorial to walk you through the process of setting up your Navigation Menus within just a few minutes. ..
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Configuring Limit Login Attempts Settings in WordPress

POSTED BY   /  25 June, 2012  

Limit Login Attempts is a WordPress plugin that limits the number of attempts that hackers are given to gain access to your blog. The WordPress installation by itself will give unwanted visitors unlimited attempts to hack into your site. We have put together this short and effective tutorial to walk you through the Limit Login Attempts settings in WordPress to further limit the capabilities of a malicious hacker trying to do you and..
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Configuring Google XML Sitemaps Settings in WordPress

POSTED BY   /  24 June, 2012  

Google XML Sitemaps is a plugin that generates a search engine friendly sitemap of your blog to assist crawlers in finding, following, and indexing your blog's content. There is a ton of options on the Google XML Sitemaps settings page, and we have prepared this short tutorial to help walk you through the process of setting up your sitemap step-by-step...
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Configuring Broken Link Checker Plugin Settings in WordPress

POSTED BY   /  23 June, 2012  

We have provided a short and sweet tutorial on how to configure the Broken Link Checker plugin settings in WordPress. Broken Link Checker is a fantastic, must-have plugin that constantly runs behind the scenes to ensure that all internal, external, and image links are working properly. If broken links are found, this plugin will provide an alert...
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Configuring All in One SEO Pack Settings in WordPress

POSTED BY   /  22 June, 2012  

All in One SEO Pack is one of the most popular SEO plugins provided in WordPress. Although, setting up this plugin and choosing the correct options does require some SEO expertise. We have provided a short and sweet tutorial to walk you through the All in One SEO Pack settings page step-by-step...
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Placing Too Many Adsense Ads Above the Fold Will Hurt

POSTED BY   /  22 June, 2012  

Too Many Ads Above The Fold image Ever since Google's page layout algorithm update that rolled out in January 2012, bloggers and webmasters everywhere have been trying to determine how many ads is too many above the fold. Google has not come out with the exact answer, but common sense is the best judge. Plus I have found a terrific example. Check this out; it makes for a good laugh and also a good lesson...
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