Installing WordPress may be a simple task for most users, but it can be helpful to have a step-by-step guide so that your blog is set up correctly, and you can repeat the process over and over. If you have registered a domain name, and you want to go ahead and set up a blog, this guide is for you. Of course, you can use Blogger.com if you wish but I believe WordPress is a superior blogging platform and a much more flexible one.
Now have a look under Appearance – Add New Themes then click “Featured” to get a list of cool themes. When you find the one you like, just click “Install”, and “Install Now”. To see the result, just click your blog’s name at the top of the screen.
The point that Google is the owner of blogger. com is really a good thing. Simply because Google owns them you could possibly end up getting your blog indexed and ranked faster. This means that you’ll start to get visitors to your blog almost instantly. And for this reason you will also be making profits more quickly than if you had set up your own personal blog site on your own domain.
For example you could use computer as a keyword which is very general and you would attract a large audience. But if you use Dell 564 laptop computer you will attract people that are specifically looking for information on that particular computer. If your article is about that Dell 564 laptop computer then you have a targeted audience.
WishList is called a plugin because it is installed as a plugin but it is so much more. It turns your Mer info into a money-making membership site. And there are nearly endless ways you can use it to produce income.
Well at one point I didn’t know either but started to do a little research. It’s funny how that work’s. You get a question that needs answering, then it creates an action, and finally we have a result. So here we are talking about SEO.
This was working fine, as I would simply look at the calendar and remember to social network or email my list with my autoresponder to tell them about my great post. These activities could even be automated using my calendar so the whole system could run with me only working a few days each month.
Did you notice this? Portfolio, magazines and all sorts of other, non-blog types of sites built upon blogging engine. This is exactly the point! Pick right theme and plugins, customize your settings and you’ll get just any type of site you want. This alone makes WordPress my personal favorite CMS.