My main blogging resource for blogging is Google’s Blogger, or Blogspot product. I also maintain a free WordPress blog, Marking Mar . WordPress has an Import tool that pulls up posts from my Blogger blogs to my WordPress blog. Here’s how to Import with WordPress.
Follow me: It is a simple plugin which makes having all the countless social media profiles on your site unnecessary. It shows a small tab when clicked lists all your social media profiles for the user to follow if he/she wishes so. It keeps the site clean and uncluttered.
That’s not to say you won’t become familiar with a free templates. Instead, most free themes are a one-off or a few by that developer. If you go with a different free theme for another project or a website re-design, chances are you’ll choose a free theme from another developer. This requires learning a different backend.
I stumbled across a tech tutorial site recently by accident. I figured it would be a good spot to throw up a few of the Joomla and WordPress baserad sida tutorials I had. Took about 10 minutes to create a profile and submit my entries. It is still really early yet, but this one looks great for actually driving traffic to your site. Within 2 days I had already gotten more site visits from this one aggregator than all of the article submission sites combined.
What’s cool about WordPress blogs this site is that it points directly to your website not theirs. The summary is posted on their site, but then goes to your website for the actual article.
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You’ll also want to install some WordPress plugins. These are scripts which perform functions on your blog. Your blog already has a plugin which will guard it against spam, so activate that plugin.