Join me this April 12 at 5PM Pacific Standard Time for Savvy Blogging Techniques, by Sharyn Abbott, the Founder of UBU (Ultimate Business University) spent 9 months testing and retesting blog formats, Widgets, Plugins and platforms before she discovered, “there is a formula to get your blog to the top ranking”. Sharyn has 28 blogs, all are in the top 1% of all websites in the world, and in 4 weeks, yours can be too!
With Sharyn; walk through every step it takes to make your blog live, effective and generate high volumes of traffic. Imagine having your website in the top 5% of all websites in the world! Can you understand how getting in the top page results of search engines will gain you more clients to your site?
Some of the areas covered include:
For more information about this even, please see my original post at The Ultimate Info site:
http://theultimateinfo.com/2011/opportunity/april12-savvy-blogging-techniques/ where you can collect your free VIP pass to attend this valuable webinar event!
Or, you can take a look at some of the useful reviews and tutorials my friend Lynette shares on her TechBasedMarketing.com/blog. She shares informative reviews, time saving computer tips and really helpful video tutorials.
Now, I’m a big fan of the WordPress platform and use it on several of my sites (including this one) and I appreciate useful, quality plugins – like the one Lynette explains in this tutorial below. It’s the Grab & Save plugin and I think you’ll agree that it really helps to expedite the whole blogging with photos process.
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no images were foundI’ve started designing my own custom themes for WordPress. Though I know HTML like the back of my hand, it’s only recently I’ve been feeling more comfortable with CSS, which is the design structure of WordPress. So creating these themes is new (for me!), fun and I plan to continue doing it, so I thought I’d make a formal post about it.
I like that I can control so many design elements through CSS and then include my own graphic design choices in the background and header, as in the example above which I created for my FromKarlyn.com website. It’s about time really. I’ve been using WordPress software for most of my sites for years now. I have enjoyed using many wonderful themes offered by other talented designers and always thought: “Someday…” Well someday is now, and over the last few weeks, I jumped in and started creating.
I plan to overhaul the look of all my own domains over time, but for now, I have most of them converted to some of my first custom designs. I created a Themes page so that I would have a designated area for sharing new theme designs and then, after a while.. offer them to others for use on their own websites and blogs.
That’s the plan anyway. If you have a chance, let me know what you think. Thanks!
I was just viewing Matt’s video about the latest (greatest) WordPress 2.9 upgrades. It’s wonderful! Well, yes, Matt’s video is very nice, but it’s the newest WordPress upgrade that really takes the cake. I had to share it with you, because, if you’re like me, you want to keep your software and it’s plugins updated. I do this diligently, but I don’t always know what it is I’m getting with the upgrades.. I figure there’s some typical bug fixes and small improvements with each new version. However, with 2.9 comes an impressive ensemble including mass plugin updating, restore features, basic image editing and more. You can see the full page of improvements here.
Just take a look!