5 WordPress Plugins That Will Get You More Comments With Less Commenters

It is always a little depressing when you check in on your WordPress blog, only to find out that no one seems to commenting. There could even be times that you don’t think that you could buy a comment (although you definitely could). The biggest reason that many blogs end up with few comments is […]

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3 Things to Look For In an Autoblogging Plugin

Autoblogging isn’t for everyone, but it has garnered a much larger following over the last year or so. In many ways, an autoblog is very similar to creating a website that uses multiple RSS feeds to aggregate stories. With this rise in popularity, not only has the number of autoblogging plugins grown, but they have […]

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5 SEO Areas Your WordPress Plugins Must Address

Some people have 10+ plugins on their WordPress site, solely dedicated to improving their search engine optimization. On the other hand, there are people who rely on one or two comprehensive plugins. Regardless of which approach you prefer, it is essential that your plugins cover 5 basic aspects of search engine optimization. Here is a […]

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The WordPress Plugin Directory – Following the Mob

If you aren’t sure which plugins to add to your WordPress site, then maybe a quick stroll through the WordPress Plugin Directory could help. It is always interesting to see what everyone else is using and how their tastes fall in line with you own. More importantly, it also shows you where the perceived “needs” […]

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Managing WordPress Plugins on a Multi-Site Network

One of the biggest changes when WordPress 3.0 was first released was the new ability to manage multiple websites from a single installation.  This was the result of combining the traditional WordPress core with a similar installation known as WordPress MU (Multi User).  There are a number of unique benefits that this combination has created […]

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