In 2009, I published a fairly popular blog post featuring 35 reasons why WordPress is better than a traditional website. That blog post is still true today. WordPress is definitely better than a traditional website…BUT. And, that’s a big BUT! We’ve come across a website builder that is actually better than WordPress and I’d
While adding a few additions to the Blogging Steplist in the HereNextYear Club members area, I noticed I didn’t have a good description that differentiated categories versus tags. Realizing it was already 1pm, I figured I’d better get some lunch. So, I hopped in my Jeep and made my way to the grocery store.
If you are starting your first website, you are of the fortunate many who have the opportunity to start at the top by doing things right the first time around by implementing a new WordPress website. Here’s what’s going to happen though.
The Ultimate FREE Guide to Making Blog Posts with WordPress I’m asked several times a month by clients how to make a blog post. Sometimes the question is about where to get the content, how to post the format, what to do about images, and of course SEO.
Why WordPress in 2017? Because WordPress is much different than when this post was originally posted in 2009. Back then, WordPress had a bit of a bad rap by being thought of only as “blog” software. That was soooo limiting to the true power of WordPress back then and such negative verbiage has pretty much
Blogs are fast becoming the single most important component of any Web site. As a matter of fact, a blog can be your ENTIRE Web site. I believe using blog software like WordPress or others has become the new evolution of what I would call a “traditional” or even “old school” method for implementing a