Monthly Archives: April 2009

5 Reasons They May Not Follow on Twitter

When you follow people on Twitter, you are doing more than just getting their tweets, you’re also sending them a note letting them know that you are interested in what they have to say. Ideally, a good percentage of them, after looking at your profile should feel the same way and return the follow. Personally, […]

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Creating Theme Options

If you create WordPress themes then a useful addition to a standard theme is to give the user a simple way to change the logo or header in use, perhaps allow them to change the colour of the background, the width of the site too. These options are designed to save people time but more […]

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A Visit with Descriptive Writing

Do you feel like your writing is dull and boring sometimes?  In writing for the web have you forgotten how it feels to create a paragraph that gives your reader a vivid mental image and invokes emotion? Today I’m going a bit off track and look at writing a little different.  Web writing requires more […]

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Dora Can Help You Blog on Twitter

Dora is a new service that combines music streaming site Pandora with Twitter. The idea is to tweet about your music preferences. If you’ve ever seen the way works, then using Dora will be a walk in the park for you. If you’re a Pandora user, you can easily get your Dora account up, […]

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7 Twitter plugins for WordPress

Every blogger and their mother has a Twitter profile these days. Twitter has almost gotten bigger than The Beatles. Twitter is one of the only social networking sites that has broken major news stories, and this has caused even the mainstream media to pay attention. There is no better time to latch on and take […]

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Tumblr from a WordPress Perspective

Over the past four years, I’ve probably set up over a dozen WordPress sites including those for myself, my friends and my family. I use WordPress on every single site I guest blog on and have read several books on the application. I’m not an expert by any stretch, but WordPress is definitely what I […]

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