WordPress Attack - Blogging Tips from eMarketingVids
Summary: It's the attack of WordPress every Wednesday! WordPress Attack brings you the most useful and up to date insight regarding the popular blogging site WordPress. Tune in to get tips and tricks from the all-stars of the blogging world every Wednesday.
Learn how to make money from your WordPress blog or website. Christina Hills shares her tips about using shopping carts on conjunction with WordPress so that you can make money online!
In WordPress you can add video and audio to your website. In today's WordPress Attack, Christina Hills reminds you how to make sure your videos and audio are HTML 5 compliant, so that they can be viewed on mobile devices.
Learn how to build your email list from your WordPress blog. Christina Hills shares tactics and strategies to help you grow your email list using an opt-in form on your WordPress website.
Find out how you can add polls to your WordPress website. Christina Hills discusses you can use various poll plugins on your WordPress blog to get interaction and feedback from your viewers.
In WordPress, learn how to schedule your blog posts. Christina Hills shares how you can schedule posts ahead of time on your WordPress website.
WordPress installation - where do you do it? Christina Hills shares how you can install WordPress at the root of your domain or in a folder.
WordPress pages and posts can be easily mixed up. Christina Hills explains the difference between pages and posts on your WordPress blog.
With WordPress you can create what's called a favicon. Join Christina Hills as she explains how to get a graphic next to the URL of your WordPress website in the browser. Get extra branding for your WordPress blog!
WordPress updates are an important thing to do for your WordPress website. Christina Hills shares her 3-step WordPress update checklist on today's WordPress Attack. She discusses the three things you must do when updating your WordPress blog.
The WordPress plugin Backup Buddy, is a must-have plugin for any WordPress blog. Brian Williams talks about this essential WordPress plugin and how you can use it to backup all of your content on your blog.
Choosing a WordPress theme can sometimes be tricky. In this WordPress tutorial, Christina Hills gives her tips to help find the right WordPress theme for your WordPress website. Anytime you decide to use a premium or free WordPress theme, you need to take a look at the demo.
WordPress websites have the ability to password protect pages. In this WordPress tutorial, Christina Hills explains the benefit of using this password protection feature as well as how to easily implement it on your own WordPress website.
The Google +1 Button and your WordPress blog go together quite nicely. Don Crowther explains what the new Google +1 button is and how to use it on your WordPress website on today's WordPress Attack. Don will explain how this button can increase the amount of natural search engine traffic in Google if you get a lot of +1 clicks.
Get SEO results for your blog with the ScribeSEO plugin. Rich Brooks (http://www.Flyte.biz) shares his insight on today's WordPress Attack.
WordPress.com and WordPress.org have many differences. Lisa Sabin-Wilson, author of WordPress All-In-One for Dummies, explains the difference between these WordPress websites on today's WordPress Attack.