By Lisa Shoreland

Social media has certainly become a very important part of a solid website marketing strategy. It is also quite handy just for keeping your friends informed of what’s going on with your blog. WordPress has plug-ins available that make the process a bit easier for those that don’t have a computer programming background. This article will go over some of the most popular plug-ins available for WordPress. All of these plug-ins are available by searching for them in the WordPress plug-in directory.

By Nick Stamoulis

The blogosphere is swarming with blogs. Blogs about pets, blogs about cooking, blogs about video games, blogs about construction equipment, blogs about public health and safety. If you can think of it, chances are there is a blog (or a few or a few thousand) dedicated to it. Even hyper-niche industries have a blog or two, usually run by the few companies that work in that field. Most companies have decided to create and update a business blog (sometimes only because the SEO expert in the marketing department recommended it). So the question is no longer “should we start a blog?” Now, it’s “how do we get people to read it?” (more…)

That is a very good question and today’s guest poster Kathy Partak is going to tell us why.

Why use Twitter?
By Kathy Partak

Social Media is the new frontier and if you aren’t making your way to learn how to get involved, you’re being left behind. It doesn’t matter if you have a home-based business or a Fortune 500 corporation, you need to be using these resources, Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, LinkedIn and more! (more…)

How I got called a spammer

by Rose DesRochers

Contact Commenter is a WordPress plugin developed by Ajith Edassery. Contact Commenter allows you to send a mass email to your commenters instantly. I don’t recommend using the plugin. Actually, I am removing it from my personal blog. Here is why: (more…)

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