Although WordPress is rightfully popular as a blogging platform, many bloggers are wary of installing it because it seems complex. It’s not. Discover how you can create your own perfect WordPress blog in five simple steps.
Also, read the AdSense program policies in full. Be sure you are aware of the terms and conditions. Only after reading and agreeing to the terms and conditions should you click “I certify that I have read the AdSense program policies”.
Since wordpress is so popular, most hosts offer scripts which install WordPress. If your host uses CPanel, click the Fantastico icon to install the wordpress script.
Cashlinks Lite is a plugin that will dynamically hyperlink any keyword or phrase to any url that you specify. All you have to do is write the article, do a review, or even use syndicated articles in your blog for content. Then Cashlinks Lite will insert the code to hyperlink keywords in the article automatically.
Ok, so first, if you don’t know a lot about web design and SEO in general, creating a WordPpress site is going to make your life a LOT easier… and additionally, Google likes wordpress tutorial sites for SEO. Once you’ve installed WordPress, I would simply recommend installing the All in One SEO pack plugin (ensure you configure it correctly), as well as the Google Site map plugin.
In 2007 there were 1090 commits made and so far in 2008 there are already 2840. WordPress has made 11 releases in the last year alone which is much higher than normal. The WordPress team also just added 3 new core developers increasing the development team back to five full time members. The upcoming WordPress 2.7 release is currently scheduled for November 2008.
You can cut the ties with your website designer! Don’t get me wrong here. There is a place for website designers as they serve a valuable purpose. They can definitely help some organizations do better things with design, search engine optimization and other aspects of a great church website. Conversely, there is nothing more frustrating than not being able to get a change made on a timely basis because your website designer/firm wasn’t available.