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17 tips for law student blogs

I have been asked by law school professors, placement offices and students on best practices for blogging. I am reluctant to share “X Tips” on this or that for fear that my post will look as if I am I trying to garner SEO — and that the minute I publish the post I’l think of something else to add. Expect to see the number of tips change, No question law students and law schools need guidance on blogging though. Here’s  a few tips to get us started. Establish a goal you want to accompl...
Tags: Twitter, Law, Blogging, Twitter LinkedIn Facebook, WordPress WordPress, Law School Blogs


WordPress partners with Google on Newspack for news publishers

WordPress.com announced last week its partnership with Google on the launch of Newspack by WordPress.com, a new publishing solution for small and medium sized news organizations.  With many local news organizations struggling to find sustainable models for journalism, we’re seeing a need for an inexpensive platform that provides the technology and support that lets news organizations build their businesses and focus on what they do best — providing critical reporting for their communities. O...
Tags: Google, Publishing, Technology, Law, Wordpress, Cnn, James L Knight Foundation, CMS WordPress, WordPress WordPress, Lenfest Institute for Journalism, Google News Initiative, Civil Media, Newspack


75 MILLIONS of WEBSITES ARE POWERED by WORDPRESS, WHAT ARE YOU WAITING For?

Looking for a platform to host your blog? Here I will explain to you why WordPress has been the best choice out there for experienced and new bloggers alike. Which platform are you using to for your blog? If you have been blogging for sometimes, it is not hard to realize that it seems like everyone is using WordPress these days. In fact, WordPress powers about 20% of the websites on the Internet. So if you are not in this platform’s community, it can be a bit lonely. Why there are so many peopl...
Tags: Technology, Wordpress, Sales, Wordpress Plugins, Namecheap, WordPress WordPress, WordPress org WordPress


75 MILLIONS of WEBSITES ARE POWERED by WORDPRESS, WHAT ARE YOU WAITING For?

Looking for a platform to host your blog? Here I will explain to you why WordPress has been the best choice out there for experienced and new bloggers alike. Which platform are you using to for your blog? If you have been blogging for sometimes, it is not hard to realize that it seems like everyone is using WordPress these days. In fact, WordPress powers about 20% of the websites on the Internet. So if you are not in this platform’s community, it can be a bit lonely. Why there are so many peopl...
Tags: Technology, Wordpress, Sales, Wordpress Plugins, Namecheap, WordPress WordPress, WordPress org WordPress


The 4 Cheapest Ways to Build a Website for Your Business

By Meredith Wood Today, it’s almost impossible to run a small business successfully without a website. If your company doesn’t have a presence online, you may as well be invisible to most would-be clients. Creating a knock-out website can seem pretty intimidating, especially for entrepreneurs who are long on to-dos and short on time. Thankfully, there hasn’t been a better time to get your business website off the ground. Gone are the days when you needed to code your own page, dive into the n...
Tags: Amazon, Business, Wordpress, Sales & Marketing, Meredith, Shopify, Squarespace, Right Now, CCO, Squarespace Squarespace, WordPress WordPress, Meredith Wood, American Express OPEN Forum, Shopify Shopify, Fundera Meredith, Wix Wix


WordCamp US 2018, WordPress 5.0.1 and what’s next?

In case you missed it, WordPress 5.0 was released almost two weeks ago, one day prior to WordCamp US 2018 (December 7-9). At WordCamp US, Matt Mullenweg gave his yearly ‘State of the Word’, outlining what’s been going on with the WordPress Project. A reflection, but, most certainly also a look at the future. Let’s dive in! WordPress 5.0.1 and what’s next? As discussed before, WordPress 5.0 is the biggest change in WordPress in years. The introduction of the brand new Gutenberg editor into core...
Tags: Google, Microsoft, Wordpress, US, Seo, Php, United States, Google Docs, Nashville, Matt Mullenweg, YOAST, Gutenberg, Marieke, Gary Pendergast, Joost, WordCamp


How to Start a Travel Blog

Updated: 8/31/2018 | August 31st, 2018 Whether as a hobby or profession, starting a travel blog is pretty easy. You can set it up in under 30 minutes. It’s gotten a lot easier than when I started my blog in 2008 when I didn’t know the first thing about making a website. Luckily, on my adventures around the world, I met Matt and Kat, a British couple who also happened to be web designers. When I came home and decided I wanted to start this travel blog, they agreed to help me set it up and teach ...
Tags: Travel, Asia, Wordpress, Seo, Blogging, Cms, Google Analytics, Travel Gear, Travel Blogging, Ramit Sethi, Woocommerce, Hostgator, Don, YOAST, Matt, Akismet


4 Drag-and-Drop Website Builders that Make Web Development Easy

Deciding on a website builder can be one of the hardest parts of starting your journey online. Should you go full scale building and hosting, or do you need to tackle this on your own? No matter what side of the fence you fall on, having an robust website builder is a must. That’s why we put together 4 Drag-and-Drop website builders that make web development easy. 1 – Wix By now, I’m sure you’ve seen a few commercials for Wix . They always have people talking about how easy it is to build a w...
Tags: Ebay, Wordpress, Marketing, Paypal, Shopify, Wix, WordPress WordPress, Shopify Shopify, WordPress Shopify, About Blogging, SquareShip


7 Business Services that Let Your Business Get Back to What’s Important

When you start your business, you are thinking about growth and moving forward. When you get started with your business, sometimes it doesn’t happen that way. Something always comes up and seems to hold us back. How do we get out of the constant flow of things that stop us from moving forward? While the following business services might not solve every problem, they are a great step in the right direction. You will be able to propel your business toward more growth since you are spending less ti...
Tags: Business, Sales, LegalZoom, FMLA, WordPress WordPress, QuickBooks Online QuickBooks


How to Start A Blog in 7 Simple Steps

Affiliate Links You’ve wanted to start a blog for some time now, but you just weren’t sure where to start. Don’t worry; you’ve got this! It isn’t as scary as you may think, especially when you wonder what hosting is and what’s a domain? Not to mention how do you code?I’ve been blogging for about 18 years now, and I’ve been through all the changes. Back when I started my first blog, I had to do all the coding myself. I’m not even sure if WordPress was around back then. If it was, it wasn’t ...
Tags: Wordpress, Social Media, Godaddy, Blogging, Mom Tech, Don, WordPress WordPress, Time for Hosting You


How to Build a Business Website Seamlessly With Minimal Skills

Starting your own website or blog isn’t as difficult as it once used to be. Thanks to the presence of platforms like WordPress and web building tools, anyone with little to no programming knowledge can start a website or a blog. In fact, even an ecommerce site can be started with just one click. If you are thinking about starting a website for your business, you will need to do a basic ground work to get your first project off the ground. Let’s walk you through the procedure: 1. Think of a nam...
Tags: Business, Cms, Harvard, Shopify, Joomla, WordPress WordPress, CNN Forbes, Sony Joomla Joomla


Six of top ten bar associations lack RSS feeds on their publications

I shared on Twitter last month that six of the top ten largest bar associations lack RSS feeds on their publications. 6 of top 10 state bar assoc websites/magazines lack RSS feed (@StateBarCA, @pabarassn, @OSBA, @StateBarofGA, @NCBAorg, @MIStateBar). The @statebaroftexas, @NYSBA, @ISBAlawyer, @theflabar have news/updates available via RSS, making their content available in multiple ways. pic.twitter.com/zK1haSZnkm — Kevin O'Keefe (@kevinokeefe) April 1, 2018 I get it. These bar associat...
Tags: Law, Washington Post, Linkedin, Cms, The New York Times, Legal Marketing, Twitter Facebook, Kevin O Keefe, Bryan Cave, WordPress WordPress


How to Limit Dashboard Access in WordPress

In today’s tutorial, we’ll show you, How to Limit Dashboard Access in WordPress. WordPress is the most popular CMS in the world and is used to power over 60% of all websites using a CMS. With WordPress being so popular, WordPress sites are the most popular target for hackers who want to exploit the WordPress security vulnerabilities.
Tags: Cms, Linux, WordPress WordPress


What WordPress 4.9 Means for Churches

There’s a good chance your church website is using WordPress. After all, WordPress powers 29% of internet sites thanks to its free price for the actual software, the wide supply of themes and plugins to customize the look and add powerful functionality. Well, the latest update to WordPress, WordPress 4.9, adds some very useful functionality for churches that you should check out. Changes to Customizer A while back WordPress introduced the customizer, it’s a feature which allows you to see c...
Tags: Wordpress, Seo, Cms, Css, ChurchMag, ChMS, WordPress WordPress


Want More Traffic and Leads? Follow These WordPress Tips – Part 3

Welcome to part 3 of our Traffic and Leads series through WordPress. If you haven’t read Part 1 & 2, I suggest you go back and read those before continuing because they will help shed a lot of light on the setup process of WordPress. WordPress is an awesome platform because it gives you complete control of your blogging. A website that used to take several weeks to setup can now be done within minutes. I personally created several websites for my clients in under 4 minutes simply using WordPress...
Tags: Google, Blogging, The Net, John Chow, WordPress WordPress, WordPress Installation


Four Great Tools For A Productive Home-Based Business

Anyone running a home-based business knows that setting your own hours and eliminating commute times are two benefits that make it all worthwhile. In addition, in order to make home-based business run effectively, you must be: Self-disciplined Well-organized Eager to learn. Productive workers are always on the lookout for ways to streamline their workload and make every minute count. Below we’ve identified four tools you can use to help you operate a more productive home-based business. If you...
Tags: Evernote, Linkedin, Canva, QuickBooks, GTD, Twitter Google Facebook, WordPress WordPress, Business + Technology, 7doho


How to Optimize for Google's Featured Snippets to Build More Traffic

Posted by AnnSmartyHave you noticed it's getting harder and harder to build referral traffic from Google?And it's not just that the competition has got tougher (which it certainly has!).It's also that Google has moved past its ten blue links and its organic search results are no longer generating as much traffic they used to.How do you adapt? This article teaches you to optimize your content to one of Google's more recent changes: featured snippets. What are featured snippets? Featured snippets ...
Tags: Google, Wikipedia, Wordpress, Seo, Google Search Console, Moz, Ahrefs, Eric Enge, AJ Ghergich, Randy Milanovic, Cyfe, Ben Goodsell, WordPress WordPress, Coschedule, Eric Brantner, Serpstat


5 Essential Blog Foundations for Strong SEO

This is a post by ProBlogger's SEO expert, Jim Stewart. Many bloggers start a blog with gusto, rushing to establish a blogging website and share their opinions and knowledge with the world. They choose a popular platform to build on, select an attractive theme with all the bells and whistles, sign up for hosting that appears value for money, before finally writing awesome content and waiting for the audience to explode and their rankings to rocket. Then reality often sets in. They slave away ...
Tags: Google, Twitter, Blogging, Cms, Helvetica, Problogger, Blog Design, YOAST, Yoast SEO, WordPress WordPress, Jim Stewart, Facebook Instagram YouTube, SEO Yoast SEO


Things to Consider When Choosing a Website Site Builder Platform

Designing websites have become so easy, and many platforms are making huge money from sites like Wix and WordPress. WordPress is the more popular choice because it’s an open-source platform so developers can make money from creative plugins. However, even with cool platforms making things easier, you still want to make sure you have made the right choice. For example, how cool would it be to use a platform where you can tweak the font, theme, layout, and menu within seconds. Today, I’ll be going...
Tags: Blogging, WordPress WordPress


What’s coming in WordPress 4.8? And what does it mean for the future of WordPress?

WordPress 4.8 is the first major release (or, “update to WordPress”) of 2017 and the first since WordPress co-founder and Automattic CEO Matt Mullenweg announced a new direction for releases: the previous directive of three major releases per year is out, and a new feature-focussed release schedule is in, with no goal for the number of releases per year and instead releases going out whenever they’re ready. Yet, WordPress 4.8 isn’t a big feature-focussed release. Instead, it’s comparatively min...
Tags: Photography, News, Wordpress, Detroit, Squarespace, Wix, Matt Mullenweg, Matt, Gutenberg, WordPress WordPress, Mullenweg, WordPress Gutenberg, WordPress As Karol, Squarespace Locking, WordPress Dashboard


How to Start Your Own Ecommerce Company At a Low Cost

So, got a product that you think solves a user problem? I think you should sell it, just that it’s not as easy as it sounds. Sure, eCommerce makes a lot of things easier. But then, getting your store alive and thriving without breaking the bank, getting your first order, breaking even quickly, and then managing operations in a cost effective manner, while budgeting for marketing and customer relationship management – it all can add up into a massive financial headache if you’re not prepared. Thi...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Ecommerce, Usa, Ebay, Wordpress, Sales, E-commerce, Start, Hootsuite, Facebook Twitter, Amazon Amazon, WordPress WordPress, Start Ecommerce Business, Start Your Own Ecommerce Company, Obox


27 Things Before Starting A WordPress Blog

Image Credit: Flickr So you want to be a blogger? That’s great! Blogging is simple and fun but not easy. Definitely not easy. Even though you can set up a WordPress blog in less than 10 minutes, it takes countless hours of focus and patience to make things look the way you want. When I wrote the blog post You Can’t START A Blog In 10 Minutes. Period., I not only wanted to highlight that it’s not easy to start a blog but also wished to create a series of posts to list everything you need to ta...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Writing, Wordpress, Content Marketing, Blogging, Internet Marketing, Php, Content Creation, Automattic, Blogging Tips, Don, Darren Rowse, DON T, StudioPress, John Hempton


10 Best WordPress Ecommerce Themes

A lot of already established offline businesses have moved their presence online while many have established online businesses solely as their main source of income. This holds particularly true for online eCommerce websites that offer services and products that are sometimes tangible like apparels and accessories and sometimes even intangible like audios, videos, and eBooks. Regardless of what you want to do online, having a well-balanced website is a must, and when it comes down to that, not...
Tags: Ecommerce, Wordpress, Blogging, WordPress WordPress


The History and Future of WordPress

You can’t even begin to make a website without hearing about WordPress. In today’s world, this single platform is responsible for powering over a quarter of the world’s websites. This is only the beginning for this massive company. They have huge plans for the future. So, where did all of this come from and more importantly, where is WordPress going? Today, we’re going to find out! The Past and Present of WordPress WordPress began as a PHP blogging platform called B2 Cafelog. This original platf...
Tags: Blogging, Php, Others, WordPress WordPress


How to Start a Travel Blog

This is a post for people who are looking to build a travel blog and don’t know where to start. I blogged a few months ago on how to grow your travel blog but realized I put the cart before the horse so, after many emails, I wanted to share the simple steps for getting your blog up and running. For regular travel content and tips, go here! Whether as a hobby or profession, travel blogging requires some technical skill. Not a lot but a little. When I started my blog, I knew nothing about making ...
Tags: Travel, Asia, Blogging, Php, Google Analytics, Travel Gear, Upwork, Travel Blogging, Ramit Sethi, Hostgator, YOAST, Matt, Akismet, Superstar Blogging, KAT, Dropbox Google Drive


Hidden features: 10 Jetpack modules you missed to start using today

Jetpack is one of the most popular WordPress plugins, with over one million installs. Built by Automattic, the quasi-parent-company of WordPress, the plugin is open source with lots of contributors, but also significant commercial resources behind it. Jetpack is important for the future of WordPress. WordPress co-founder Matt Mullenweg claims sites with Jetpack experience major benefits: It’s one of the most popular plugins in WP history, and sites that include it as part of their WordPress i...
Tags: Google, Photography, Wordpress, Google Analytics, Plugins, Matt Mullenweg, Matt, Jetpack, WordPress WordPress


Everything in one plugin: 10 Jetpack features you missed to start using today

Jetpack is one of the most popular WordPress plugins, with over one million installs. Built by Automattic, the quasi-parent-company of WordPress, the plugin is open source with lots of contributors, but also significant commercial resources behind it. Jetpack is important for the future of WordPress. WordPress co-founder Matt Mullenweg claims sites with Jetpack experience major benefits: It’s one of the most popular plugins in WP history, and sites that include it as part of their WordPress i...
Tags: Google, Photography, Wordpress, Google Analytics, Plugins, Matt Mullenweg, Matt, Jetpack, WordPress WordPress


Is Your WordPress Site the Next Victim of a Cyber Attack?

Unfortunate as it is for webmasters, there will never be a time when black hat SEO schemes cease to exist. Hacker culture only continues to advance and evolve right alongside online development, so the best thing you can do is ensure that your website is protected. Sucuri, an authority in cyber security, monitors hacker trends and threats across the major CMS platforms and leans over 500 hacked sites daily. Just recently, they identified new occurrences of hacked subdirectories on WordPress. W...
Tags: Google, Sales, Cms, Sucuri, Small Business Operations, WordPress WordPress


Five things you can do for free to improve your rankings

Internet is one of the most tremendous business platforms now days and a big source of income if everything goes in your way. One of the simplest ways towards genuine income is building your own website. It makes a home for you in internet. The only place where customers and clients will be referred and their visit will improve your domain authority. But building a website is not the end of everything but it’s just an initial stage. The later stage is more time consuming and needs lots of effort...
Tags: Google, Digital, Sales, Steven, WordPress WordPress


9 Low-Cost Tools for Millennials Starting a Business in 2017

Past generations might have been able to rely on the government and lifelong employers for job security and reasonable pension plans, but many millennials recognize that the way the world economy currently works doesn't make that a viable option--let alone an attractive one. Instead, millennials are striking out on their own, taking risks and starting new businesses to pursue their own dreams instead of working for someone else's. And the barriers to entry for new entrepreneurs are lower than e...
Tags: News, Google Analytics, Huffington Post, WordPress WordPress, Charmaine Belonio