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Convince Your Client They Should Be Using WordPress Over Another CMS

WordPress CMS Do you ever work with clients that are running Joomla or their own custom Content Management System? (CMS) Do you wish you could convince them to migrate to WordPress, or maybe they just need a good reason? Below is a list I have compiled to use as a selling point for WordPress to hopefully convince your client that they should at least be conside...

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Mask Affiliate Links in WordPress with Pretty Link Plugin

If you are running an affiliate blog then it makes sense to mask your affiliate links. Partially because people are sometimes hesitant to click on them when they see the affiliate data in the URL and another reason is because affiliate links are hideous! In this tutorial I will show you how to install the free WordPress plugin "Pretty Link Lite." This is a great ...

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Fix your Broken Links with Broken Link Checker

Broken Link Checker For your website to be successful, you must keep it tuned like a well oiled machine. This means fixing links when they break. The last thing a visitor wants to see on your website is a big 404 error. For WordPress I highly recommend the "Broken Link Checker" plugin.  This plugin will check your posts, comments and other content for broken links ...

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Make Sure To Change Your Permalinks For SEO Friendly URLs

WordPress Permalinks If you are running WordPress, the default permalink setting for URLs is not very SEO friendly. I highly recommend changing them from the default to ensure easier rankings. Don't make life harder on yourself. By default when you install WordPress, the permalinks are set http://yourdomain.com/?p=123. Step 1 This is assuming you have just ...

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How to Create a Sitemap File for Your WordPress Site

Creating a Sitemap File In this tutorial I will be showing you how to create a sitemap file (ex. sitemap.xml) for your WordPress site. Sitemaps are used by Google and Bing as a hierarchy for your website. I highly recommend taking the time to create them and submit them properly to Google and Bing. If you aren't running WordPress, see my other tutorial on "How to ...

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Migrate WordPress Blog from Flippa

So, did you just buy a WordPress blog on Flippa and now need to get it up and going on your own Webhost? Most likely they gave you the files and the SQL backup for the WordPress database. I’m going to show you what you do with those to get your site up and running. This is assuming you have already transferred the DNS/domain over. If not, you can always edit ...

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Add a line break into WordPress Post or Page

I don't know why WordPress can't seem to get line breaks to work correctly. Anyways, if you are searching for this you have probably tried adding a and it doesn't work. What you have to do is add the line break plus a space for WordPress to add the line break. Example, use this:   Hope that helps!

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