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So You Want to Start a Technical Blog
By Thursday Bram
Feb 20, 2015
Everybody’s doing it. And by “it,” we mean blogging. You know you want to. You’ve got something to say and people need to hear it. Follow these down-to-earth tips and tricks about getting your feet wet in the world of technology blogs.
A Strategic SEO Upfront Content Approach for WordPress SEO Success
By Jacob Aull
Jun 26, 2014
This chapter discusses starting SEO and developing a content strategy; outlines the best SEO content objectives, plans, and guides; explains how to pick the best keywords; and shows how to manage the WordPress SEO tools.
Using WordPress: Content
By Tris Hussey
May 13, 2014
This chapter is all about content - putting words in your WordPress blog: different types of content, how to create content, and specific things about each content type.
WordPress E-commerce: 7 Free Plugins for Creating an Online Store
By Patrice-Anne Rutledge
Sep 24, 2013
Patrice-Anne Rutledge introduces you to seven free WordPress e-commerce plugins, and offers solid advice for choosing the best one for your business needs - both now and as your business grows.
WordPress Mobile: Make Your WordPress Website Mobile-Ready
By Patrice-Anne Rutledge
Sep 10, 2013
Patrice-Anne Rutledge shows you how to make your WordPress website mobile-ready - and easy to read on smartphones and tablets - with the latest WordPress responsive themes, mobile plugins, and preview tools.
Working with WordPress Themes
By Patrice-Anne Rutledge
Jul 16, 2013
This chapter describes how to work with themes, which control the appearance of your site and are a framework for your own content.
Creating a Blogging Strategy to Drive Your Business
By Eric Butow, Rebecca Bollwitt
Nov 9, 2012
This chapter shows how to find the right blogging tool for your business needs and how to most effectively use it to meet your online marketing goals.
Creating a Personal Blog with WordPress.com
By Tris Hussey
Jun 14, 2012
This chapter serves as a quick start for how to create a blog using WordPress.com. You'll learn how to create an account, customize your theme, decide what content to use, and integrate multimedia into your blog.
Revisiting the Evernote/Microsoft OneNote Competitive Landscape
By Peter O'Kelly
Mar 9, 2012
Peter O'Kelly highlights some of the differences between Evernote and Microsoft OneNote.
OneNote for iPad: Ample Room for Improvement
By Peter O'Kelly
Mar 8, 2012
Peter O'Kelly explains how the limitations in the initial release of OneNote for iPad might frustrate people who have more elaborate information-management needs.
OneNote for iPad: A Hopeful Leading Indicator
By Peter O'Kelly
Mar 7, 2012
Peter O'Kelly provides an overview of OneNote for iPad, along with some analysis of what Microsoft may do next with OneNote for Windows, iPad, and other platforms.
Tweeting To and From Your Evernote Account
By Katherine Murray
Mar 5, 2012
Katherine Murray shows how you can follow people and subjects on Twitter that bring the information you're looking for right to your browser window. And, thanks to Evernote, you can send the tweets you want to keep directly to your Evernote notebook, too.
Capturing Audio Notes in Evernote
By Katherine Murray
Mar 2, 2012
Katherine Murray shows you how to record, save, and manage audio notes in Evernote, whether you’re using a desktop computer or a mobile device.
Whose Job Is Content?
By Rebecca Lieb
Dec 5, 2011
Strategizing, creating, assessing, disseminating, evaluating, and monetizing content doesn’t just happen by itself. Someone’s got to actually do it. This chapter explores an organization's options for content creation.
Targeting Bloggers for Online PR
By Michael Miller
Oct 28, 2011
Michael Miller shows you how to target bloggers as part of your online public relations efforts.
Installing and Upgrading WordPress Software
By Bud E. Smith, Michael McCallister
Oct 24, 2011
This chapter will help you make the most of WordPress entirely outside the cozy environment of WordPress.com by covering the two ways of setting up WordPress on your own: through an external provider, such as your Internet service provider (ISP) or a web hosting company, or on your own computer.
Content is Cash: SONAR in Action
By Wendy Montes de Oca
Oct 22, 2011
This chapter includes case studies to illustrate the effectiveness of SONAR, a content distribution model designed to improve ROI on existing web content.
Top 10 Tips for Designing a Mobile-Friendly Website
By Michael Miller
Aug 29, 2011
Michael Miller gives you 10 useful tips for creating a version of your website that works with smartphones and other mobile devices.
Increase Your Blog's Visibility with These 10 WordPress Plugins
By Patrice-Anne Rutledge
Jun 2, 2011
Want to develop a larger audience for your blog? Installing a few powerful plugins can make a big difference in your blog's traffic and popularity. In this article, business technology author Patrice-Anne Rutledge shows you 10 great plugins that increase your blog's visibility.
Managing Contributors to Your Company Blog
By Michael Miller
Apr 7, 2011
A company or product blog is essential to your online marketing plan — but how do you manage all the contributors to your blog? Michael Miller tells you how in this informative article.

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