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FREE Course on SitePoint: Getting Started Blogging

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FREE Course on SitePoint: Getting Started Blogging

Do you want to learn how to start blogging, but don’t know where to start? What if you had access to a free course on how to start blogging, would that help you? Have no fear, help is here! Pro bloggers Darren Rowse and Chris Garrett are offering a FREE course on SitePoint called “Getting Started Blogging”. Update: This course is now available on Learnable.com, and it’s still free! SitePoint is an awesome website and community for web developers by web developers, and they’ve recently introduced cost-effective...

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“Everybody Wins” Contest from Maxblogpress – Win the Subscribers Magnet Plugin!

Posted by on 12:17 pm in Blog, Contests, Resources, WordPress plugins | 0 comments

“Everybody Wins” Contest from Maxblogpress – Win the Subscribers Magnet Plugin!

MaxblogPress has made a few very useful free and premium plugins, such as the Maxblogpress Ninja Affiliate that I use and reviewed a while back. I’ve had my eye on Maxblogpress’ newest plugin, Subscribers Magnet, for a while. This WordPress plugin essentially will help you build an email list much faster than using conventional methods, and it’s very easy to work with. It normally costs $147, and since I can’t afford it quite yet, I’ve just kept my eye on the website to see if any sales pop up when I can afford...

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Lake Wales Church of Christ

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Lake Wales Church of Christ

LakeWalesCoC.org Designed by UC Web Creations. This is the website for Lake Wales Church of Christ, which is based out of Lake Wales,...

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SEO, Keywords and Blog Optimization

Posted by on 7:00 pm in Blog, Blog Optimization, Blog Tips, Internet Marketing, Keywords, SEO (Search Engine Optimization) | 0 comments

SEO, Keywords and Blog Optimization

When it comes to blogging, creating blog posts, and having a website in general, search engine optimization is the key to being found. Having some form of keyword strategy for your site/blog/posts so that search engine spiders know what your posts are about are important if you want people to find you online when they do searches, whether it be using Google, Bing, Yahoo, or any other search engine. Using keywords is part of what’s called “on-page SEO”, a very important optimization step with which anyone writing content for...

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CG Plumbing and Heating

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CG Plumbing and Heating

CGPlumbingandHeating.ca Designed by UC Web Creations. CG Plumbing and Heating is a website that was subcontracted to UC Web Creations as the client wanted a CMS that is easy to use (WordPress). It is the website for a plumbing and heating company based in Ottawa, Ontario,...

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New Kid on the Block: WP Startbox – A New WordPress Framework

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New Kid on the Block: WP Startbox – A New WordPress Framework

As a web designer specializing in WordPress blogs and sites, I’m especially excited about the release of a new framework for WordPress. It’s called: WP Startbox. It’s basic layout is relatively simple, and it’s a blog-style layout, however, that’s just the starting point! From there, there are many different things that can be done to spice up the design and make it one’s own. (Click here to view the demo site in a new window.) if you want to see examples of what the framework can do above and beyond its...

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PluginBuddy’s BackupBuddy Saved My WordPress Site!

Posted by on 10:35 am in Blog, Blog Maintenance, Blog Optimization, Blog Tips, BlueHost, Resources, WordPress | 0 comments

PluginBuddy’s BackupBuddy Saved My WordPress Site!

I can’t stress just how important it is to backup your blog or website! I’ve been having an issue with the backend of my WordPress site for a while now, but just hadn’t had time to really look into it as I have some client projects on the go. My site is definitely due for an overhaul and redesign, however, in the meantime, since this is what I currently have and my clients’ projects come first before my own projects, this is the site I presently have to work with. With that being said, I was starting to get frustrated with not being able to...

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SEO Problems When Using BlueHost for Multiple Domains

Posted by on 10:30 am in Blog, Blog Maintenance, Blog Optimization, Blog Tips, BlueHost, SEO (Search Engine Optimization) | 26 comments

SEO Problems When Using BlueHost for Multiple Domains

No matter if you use BlueHost (which I highly recommend) or another hosting provider, SEO (Search Engine Optimization) should be important to everyone with a website because applying certain SEO tactics and strategies will help you to rank better with the Search Engines, which in turn will make it easier for people to find your website as opposed to someone else’s when they search for keywords related to your site’s content. SEO issues and problems can arise, though, when working with one hosting account and multiple domains. You...

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FREE CSS Video Series Crash Course from SitePoint

Posted by on 12:53 pm in Blog, Blog Tips, Resources, WordPress | 0 comments

FREE CSS Video Series Crash Course from SitePoint

If you love free stuff, don’t miss out on this! There’s a free CSS video course available for you to download right now! (No, there is no catch!) Working with WordPress requires a lot of tweaking of CSS (style sheets) to get the right look and design that you want, but if you don’t know what CSS is or how to edit CSS, you’re not going to be able to customize your WordPress blog or site. That’s where SitePoint comes in! They’re celebrating their birthday, and are giving away a free CSS course! If you’d...

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Teach Us Lord

Posted by on 6:21 am in Portfolio | 0 comments

Teach Us Lord

TeachUsLord.com Designed by UC Web Creations. Teach Us Lord is the website for the Eastside Church of Christ based out of Manchester, New York,...

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