If you find the perfect dot-com URL for your new projects or business, do you have to buy the dot-org, dot-net and dot-whatever? What about spelling variations? Before you plunk down hundreds of dollars, check out the pros and cons.
Help for all kinds of software and online challenges: email, website, hosting, domains, WordPress, etc. If you can’t find it, try the search button.
It’s the same way to protect your business, improve your health, and invest: diversify.
WordPress 3.5 just came out. Yippee! Oh, if I upgrade, will it break things?
Google has announced a change to Google Apps that ends the option to create free accounts for groups of 10 or fewer users. Ow, that hurt.
Here’s a VERY quick run through of the basics of WordPress. In case you’re rusty.
Did you know WordPress’s own Site Stats (through Jetpack) has years of stats right there in the dashboard? Either did I.
Should you buy the domain “luxuryleathergoods.com” or “luxeleather.com”? If you’re just going for Google rankings, the latter might be better.
Whaddyaknow, there’s a plugin called “List Pages Shortcode.” Who knew? Obviously not me. Works like a charm.
GD Press Tools Pro is a powerful plugin that can protect, back up, and optimize your site–all from within one plugin.
The limit login attempts plugin blocks IP addresses after they’ve tried to get into your WordPress install. You can change the settings to keep them out for a long time.
What you want to do about your “Google Personal Account” and your “Google Organizational Account.” It’s not that straightforward.
All content mysteriously gone from your WordPress site? Try this simple trick.
WordPress’s Featured Image function can be a powerful styling tool for your site that allows you to upload a single image, just one time, and have it used on your site in several places.
Pingbacks and trackbacks. What are these things? Are these comments? Are they spam? Do I want them? Do I care?
A widget up in the right side of the header in WOO Canvas would be nice. Here’s how to set that up.