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WordPress websites are relatively easy to set up, but can pose problems if they are neglected or don't get regular updates. A website that's too slow, is peppered with broken links, or doesn't load …
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Updated July 2021. Back in 2013 I talked about a client's success in moving a Ning community to WordPress and, inevitably, BuddyPress. It seems like BuddyPress never had its moment of glory with all social …
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Updated June 2021. Protecting one's images and text online is an important topic, and one I tackled at my Chicago Creative Expo WordPress talk. There are a few options to protect your content copyright …
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Updated May 2021. We're already lucky to have 39.5% of the world's websites powered by WordPress. And WordPress themes are big business, with many developers and companies launching new themes every day. But what …
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Updated June 2021. It seems ubiquitous that so many websites are on WordPress — 40% of the web, by last count. WordPress powers the UPS site, CNN, the NFL site, the Dow Jones site, …
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If you've not had a chance to learn about site structure or information architecture for your website, you've got no excuse now! My 2014 Chicago WordCamp talk on it, A House with No Walls: …
I adore Tweet Old Posts for WordPress and share it with all of my clients who publish blog content. Lately, however, I’ve found that some accounts aren’t tweeting out posts, or it’s tweeting out a dozen at once. …
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Definitely watch this space: One of my favorite clients, Chicago acupuncturist Mitch Harris, already runs a WordPress site and knows its ins and outs. But, he also had a Ning site with 300+ members for a growing Eastern …

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