Infographic: WordPress.com versus WordPress.org

WordPress.com versus WordPress.org

WMPU has a great article comparing the two ways to use WordPress: hosted on WordPress.com or self-hosted using WordPress downloaded from WordPress.org on your own server. They have given permission to display the following infographic that condenses all the information into one easy-to-read and understand image. If you currently have a business website on WordPress.com,…

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Then Sings My Soul

Do you like music? What kind? My favorite genre is contemporary Christian music from the likes of Chris Tomlin, Mark Schultz, TobyMac, and the Newsboys. I am quite eclectic within the genre but it is pretty much the only type of music I listen to consistently. I also enjoy classical, especially those that feature flute…

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Is Your Bounce Rate Greater than 60%?

Bounce Rate Percentage

While many people are concerned with the number of inbound links from external websites in their quest for page one of Google’s search results, they often overlook their bounce rate. Bounce rate is the percentage of visitors that enter your site and then leave your website without viewing other pages on your site. Search engines…

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WordPress 3.5 Released

Today, WordPress 3.5 “Elvin” was made available. If you are a WordPress website user, you may have noticed the link at the top of the admin area of your site. There are lots of new features but the biggest change is to the Media Gallery and how you work with it within posts and pages.…

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Posts and Pages in WordPress

WordPress has two general types of ways to display content: posts and pages. Do you know the difference between posts and pages in WordPress? Similarities between Posts and Pages in WordPress Whether you click “Add New” under Posts or Pages, you will get a similar screen showing a place for a title, the editor (the…

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My Favorite WordPress Plugins

With over 20,000 WordPress plugins available on WordPress.org — and who knows how many there are available scattered throughout the Internet — how do you decide which ones deserve your attention? One thing I look at is the ratings and people have given it. I also pay attention to the reputation of the developer. If…

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What’s Next?

From time to time we all struggle with the question, “What’s next?” We get so lost in the busy-ness of life that we look back at recent days, weeks, even months and wonder what we have really accomplished. One thing I have re-learned recently is that you must have goals, even in day-to-day living. Where…

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Types of Web Hosting

If you are going to publish a business website, then you need a place from which it is served. Many large companies host their websites on their own internal servers. You need a strong, reliable connection to the Internet, an experienced staff capable of managing all of the technical aspects and reliable telecommunication services. For…

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New Web Design Trends – 2012

Website designing is a cluster of well organized features such as color, theme, design, accessibility and many related aspects. It is rated as top priority because it is the one that is responsible for pulling traffic towards a site; which in turn increases its sales with brand awareness. The ultimate goal of getting the site…

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