This is the second post describing my journey throughout the Partnership to Success training modules. Let’s move on to weeks 5 to 8 of training. We are now focusing more on monetizing our beloved blogs! 🙂 When I finished the tasks of the 4th week in one single day I tried to access week 5, but I wasn’t […]
Before joining Partnership To Success coaching program, I was kinda undecided about which route is more likely to bring me more customers: the blogging way or the product creation way. It looks like in P2S you are taught about both of them, and in great details. It’s a great way to use your domain and […]
During my early weeks’ training within P2S coaching program, I was taught to make a fresh WordPress installation in /blog directory, rather than the website’s root directory, and have it served from the mentioned directory. The reason for this is to be able to install more than one WP instances in the same domain, each […]
Recently I joined John Thornhill’s Partnership To Success coaching program. It was a tough decision considering my tight budget. I did this because I’ve been struggling for almost an year to earn some extra money from internet marketing, but without any significant success. During the last 10 months or so, I’ve been buying almost every “shiny object” under the […]
In this post I will show the best free WordPress plugins that I came within my short blogging career. I wanted to limit their number to a minimum, so I only kept the ones I consider to be a must. Here is the list ordered from the most to the least important. [Update – April 2, 2015] I […]
In the previous post, I was talking about testing and adding ping or update services to WordPress. In this article I will talk about another XML-RPC functionality, pingbacks, and ways to disable them in WordPress. Pingbacks are evil. Why? Only two words: SPAM and DDoS. What Are Pingbacks XML-RPC protocol is used by WordPress as […]
In today’s internet universe, if you want to stand out from the crowd you have to publish really quality and relevant content. It attracts not only real people eager to read what you have to say, but also search engines. Speaking of which, Google is very clever these days due to the latest updates of Panda algorithm. […]
Google’s Webmaster Tools is very useful when you must assess how Google sees your sites. In order to use rich snippets and other features in search results it tries to understand the markup on your pages. However it’s possible that some of that markup to be incomplete or malformed. In this case the Structured Data […]
I’ve been testing SocialMonkee for a couple of days and this is my conclusion: DON’T use it. If you are currently using it, then STOP!
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