Author: Joe Fylan
Guide to Understanding Keywords for SEO When Creating Content
If you are aren’t exactly sure of what keywords are and how to use them when writing content for your website, or how they are used in 2014, then this post over at WP Business Tips should be able to shed some light on the topic.
Win Big with WPSessions and Get Your Travel Expenses to WCSF Paid
WPSessions, the premium WordPress training service is giving their VIP Members a chance to win a $2000 cash prize to cover their WordCamp San Francisco travel expenses.
Group Content Together to Create a Series or Course of Posts
If you ever publish content on your website that is written as part of a series or course, then the free Simple Course Creator plugin is a great way to group that content together into an easy to navigate series.
VPS.Net: Thanks for Being Our Content Partner This Week
We’d like to take this opportunity to thank our content partner for this week who has been VPS.Net
What Results Should You Expect from SEO?
Continuing the series of posts on SEO at WP Business Tips, the latest instalment takes a look at what kind of results you should expect from your SEO efforts.
Do We Need Any More WordPress Blogs About WordPress?
Over at WPLift Oli takes a look at the WordPress blogs about WordPress landscape to see how he would do things differently if starting a WP news blog now, four years after launching WPLift.
How Much Should a Custom WordPress Website Cost?
If you didn’t catch this post from Brian Krogsgard over at Post Status on how much should a custom WordPress website cost then you should take a look now.
Thanks to Our Content Partner for This Week: VPS.Net
We’d like to thank our content partner for this week who has been the web host VPS.Net.
An Overview on Improving the Visibility of Your Website with SEO
Over at the WP Business Tips blog we have just started a series of posts on SEO and how you can optimize your WordPress site to improve its visibility in the search engines and get more visitors.
WPcast.fm: The Professional WordPress Podcast
Billed as the Professional WordPress Podcast, WPcast.fm is the latest podcast for WordPress users. The show is only on episode five, but despite having just launched, the two hosts have already covered some interesting topics, such as how to be a better WordPress consultant, and how to get the most out of WordCamps.