Monthly Archives: July 2011

The Low-Down on SEO

The Low-Down on SEO

You may have heard of search engine optimization (SEO), but do you really understand what it means?

SEO is the art of adapting a website so it is perceived more favorably by search engines. Search engines scour the internet for websites to include in their results pages, or SERPs, and if a website isn’t optimized effectively, its chances of being indexed by the search engine are slim.… click to continue

Writing Great Guest Posts More Efficiently

Writing Great Guest Posts More Efficiently

Most bloggers do something other than blog.  Therefore, when we sit down to blog we want to be as efficient as possible.  I hate when I sit down to put effort into writing a blog post and end up taking 20 minutes to think about what I want to write and then end up getting sidetracked, looking up other various things on the Internet. … click to continue

5 Ways for Computer Geeks to Avoid Becoming Apes

5 Ways for Computer Geeks to Avoid Becoming Apes

You’ve surely seen the the comic strip that has flooded the Internet and fronts of t-shirts depicting the evolution of man—first we’re apes, then upright man, then apes again as we spend more and more time hunched in front of a computer screen. With the overwhelming speed in which technology is being developed, most middle-class Americans now have desk jobs. And what’s more, many schools from grade schools to colleges and universities offer online courses or online degrees.… click to continue

WordPress Tips: How to Move your Blog Files Easily

WordPress Tips: How to Move your Blog Files Easily

If you are a blogger, you need to transfer your sites file from time to time within your server. But you need not to re-install your wordpress if you’re going to re-locate files. Here are the basic instructions how you can move your wordpress from one location to another no sweat.

Tip No. 1

If you are working on moving your wordpress files from one address to another and changing its URL, what you need to do is to follow either one of the following:

  • Create a new directory if you are going to move your core files to a new one.
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