How To Use WordPress Themes For Your E-Commerce Site

On May 21st, 2013, wrote:

Once you’ve got a new web hosting plan along with a domain name for your site, the only thing left to do is to setup your website. And when you choose to work with WordPress themes, it’s also possible to to do it quickly and with less difficulty. WordPress is actually one of the most widely used methods for spreading your online presence on the internet. Maybe you have your personal web host readily available, which means you select the name of the site, or it’s possible to have WordPress actually host every little thing for you, free of charge. WordPress is one of the pioneering platforms exclusive to blogging and web design and is basically ideal for smaller sized websites. Since it has been around quite a while, there are plenty of webmasters using the platform which makes it easier to implement or troubleshoot if ever the need arises. Easy methods to Set up an E-Commerce Site Using WordPress – Read the full article

The 5 Best Alternatives To WordPress

On March 27th, 2013, wrote:

WordPress is the most preferred blogging and Content Management System (CMS) platform for any kind of blogging site as it has lots of plug-ins, is flexible, and user and SEO friendly. While there are numerous blogging and CMS platforms available, the best alternatives to WordPress are the following: Habari Designed, keeping in mind the present and upcoming requirements of the blogging community, it is a secure and free CMS that uses the latest software development techniques.It is very similar to WordPress as it has plug-ins and tagging.It also allows import of WordPress. It supports databases like MySQL, PostgreSQL and SQ Lite and several users and sites with one installation. A full featured control panel makes it easy to monitor and control one’s website. This platform is absolutely free and the users can get a demonstration even without downloading the software. Google group and FAQs on Wiki offers support for the installation and running of Habari. It supports for a wide – Read the full article

Must-Have SEO Tools For Small Businesses

On January 4th, 2013, wrote:

Running a small business is no easy task and you need to ensure that you stay relevant in such competitive times. The idea of attracting people to your online presence needs to be given top priority. The right SEO tools can keep you far ahead of your local competition and ensure that you build up a strong base of loyal customers. Optimizing your site and keeping track of various aspects is a must for small businesses or startups. Here are a few tools that can help you out. A WordPress site: There is nothing better than having a dynamic site that gives customers a common place to find your products and services. WordPress is your best option if you’re running a small business. The site you create can be the center of all your social media needs. Setting up is easy and the best part being WordPress takes care of nearly 80% of all your SEO needs. Moreover, there are – Read the full article

Hootsuite Adds New Social Media Platforms For Easy Management

On December 12th, 2012, wrote:

HootSuite is a system developed in the year 2008 by Ryan Holmes. It is one of the best tools for brand management. When you are marketing through social media websites, you’ll have to login with your credentials on every website. This is where HootSuite comes in. When you link all your social media sites to HootSuite, you’ll only have to login once to manage and analyze all your data. HootSuite initially supported Google+, LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, Foursquare, MySpace and Mix. HootSuite has over 3 million users and recently, the company has extended support to more social media platforms. Let’s have a look at it. Photo courtesy of: freedigitalphotos.net WordPress.org WordPress.com one of the most popular blogging platforms and WordPress.org offers self hosting blogs. WordPress is a very efficient content management system and has a very large user base. With HootSuite extending support to the self hosting platform, posting and editing content is even easier. The developers have put a lot of – Read the full article

How To Get Noticed In Your Blogging Niche

On December 6th, 2012, wrote:

It is estimated that 300 million websites launched in the U.S. in 2011, and more than 70 million were blogs on WordPress alone. From a global perspective, WordPress currently boasts nearly 60 billion blogs, with an estimated 100,000 being added daily. And that’s just one blogging site. For the blogger looking to infiltrate a niche, build up a following, and eventually monetize an online operation, these numbers can be a little daunting. And yet, it’s important to remember that the vast majority of bloggers are not going to impede your rise to the top. Only a small percentage could be considered competition largely because most do not have the same aspirations as you. For many people, starting a blog doesn’t entail dreams of grandeur – most just want to write on a topic that they are passionate about in order to share with family and friends or connect with like-minded individuals. As a result, they won’t take the steps necessary – Read the full article

Professional Themes For WordPress And SEO Benefits

On November 28th, 2012, wrote:

Search engine optimization can be an extremely difficult endeavor. If you’re using the WordPress platform, you’ll find that many of the free themes out there don’t really have the search engine optimization features built into them that you’ll need. Professional premium WordPress themes usually include enhancements that are designed for users who need to make certain that the content is as search engine friendly as possible. Here are some of the things they generally include and why you should consider utilizing one of them for any sort of a business site. Tagging Whether you’re talking about meta-tags or the tags that you add to your blog posts on your own, tagging is a very important part of search engine optimization. Meta-tags provide information that the search engines sometimes use to properly categorize content. The tags that you add to your own content make it easier for users to find related articles. Remember that user-friendliness is a major part of search – Read the full article

Can WordPress Compete With Enterprise Grade CMS?

On October 26th, 2012, wrote:

Media houses need CMSes for online operations. The management of team, proper delegation of work, best efficiency of the resources, and most importantly, proper publishing of the content; an Enterprise CMS is needed to get this done as smoothly as possible. That is the reason Enterprises CMSes are so much in demand and are used from small to big enterprises. These publishers are ready to spend any sum of money on these CMSes to keep their business running. Content management systems undoubtedly provide you with the most advanced functionalities and features which are not otherwise possible without the use of these CMS. The Enterprise CMSes though are made to look as the only option by vendors due to their high commissions, but today there are open source solutions available where you don’t need to burn a hole in your budget and can still get the features which “Enterprise Grade CMS” vendors provide. Today the most affordable one stop solution for – Read the full article

Using Print Plugins For WordPress

On October 19th, 2012, wrote:

The WordPress platform is one of the most popular options for bloggers, and with good reason. There are a variety of themes available on WordPress that are suited to different types of blogs, from fashion blogs to political opinion. WordPress bloggers even have the option to upload custom built themes. Print plugins add functionality to WordPress blogs by allowing readers to print or save individual entries. Many print plugins are easy to install and they are simple enough for readers to use. However, most plugins only work with WordPress.org blogs rather than WordPress.com blogs. WordPress.com versus WordPress.org WordPress.org allows bloggers to have complete control over the code for their blogs, including the installation of custom plugins. However, WordPress.org requires bloggers to provide their own hosting for their blogs. WordPress.org bloggers are also responsible for maintaining updated versions of the WordPress software. WordPress.com provides a turnkey operation for bloggers, with ready-made themes and hosting provided. WordPress automatically updates the software for – Read the full article