I showcase some of the websites I’ve seen on WordPress.com that have made their sites beautiful using one of the default themes as a base and customizing the site with just the Custom CSS upgrade
Writers, the Internet and its images are not your ClipArt gallery. There is a percentage of people who still don’t get words like “copyright” and “Creative Commons,” – here are some tips for correctly finding and utilizing photos in your content.
The presentation I gave at WordCamp NYC about using WordPress Featured Images for users: the evolution of featured images, popular magazine themes to try, and plugins to incorporate featured images in your existing theme!
You’re ready to start creating that website you’ve been dreaming about, and you need to get web hosting: a place where you can store and modify your website’s content and make it accessible. Here’s how to choose your web hosting provider.
A handy guide to get you up and running with WordPress in no time.
Monetization is a formula that’s very specific for every site, and one that needs to be constantly evaluated based on your business’ goals and content.
I explain the basics of how Google Alerts work and give you 5 quick ways to get started on Google Alerts to get news about you and your blog.
If you’ve never used WordPress or even the free / hosted version on WordPress.com, you might have no idea what it really means to “be on WordPress” – how the interface works, what you’ll need to do with your server, and if you’re really going to like it. Luckily, there’s a way you can play with WordPress on your own computer, without having to buy or commit to anything!
The Geek helps a confused website owner evaluate a quote received by first evaluating what their needs are.
Our resident geek helps a reader figure out if she should consolidate her websites and what problems she might have with PageRank and more.