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How To Create A News Page In WordPress

How To Create A News Page In WordPress
05 Feb 2013

WordPress, WordPress Plugins If you are looking for new ways to share content on your blog, using RSS feeds is a helpful tool. The WordPress plugin NewsPage helps you use that tool to aggregate data from a number of sources to a page on your blog. The NewsPage plugin found at WordPress is a simple plugin you can install on your blog to create a custom page of feeds. This is perfect for highlighting related news to your blog’s niche, to share feeds from other sites you own ...

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How To Import Content Into WordPress

How To Import Content Into WordPress
29 Jan 2013

Blogging, WordPress, WordPress Plugins If you are just making the move to using WordPress (self-hosted) and want to know how to import blog content from one blog to a WordPress blog, then this tutorial is for you. This is a common need for existing bloggers who have just anguished over the Blogger vs. WordPress as a blogging platform debate and WordPress won. At some point when you make the switch to the WordPress platform you are going to want to move your content there. Please note ...

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WordPress Plugins to Build RSS Feeds

WordPress Plugins to Build RSS Feeds
26 Jun 2012

WordPress, WordPress Plugins If you are using the WordPress format for blogging, use these plugins to build RSS feeds. RSS feeds (Real Simple Syndication) enables to synchronization the blog content for readers. Here are the plugins: 1) Special Feed Items – If you want to bring your reader’s attention to some specific posts from your blog, you need to use this plugin where a small “heart” sign will be prefixed with the blog title, implying to your readers that it is ...

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Is Blogging Really on the Decline?

Is Blogging Really on the Decline?
16 Dec 2010

Blogging An article on Mashable today discussed a study by Pew Internet that broke down the online activities by age groups, starting with as young as 18 and working up to 74+. Many of the results were not surprising. Email was an almost uniform activity across every age group, as were searching and getting news online. Also, younger individuals were more likely to play games online, IM and use social networks while their slightly older cohorts were more ...

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Dressing Up Google Reader With Feed Squares – Review

Dressing Up Google Reader With Feed Squares – Review
22 Jul 2010

Reviews It’s no secret that I’m a Feedly fan and have been for a long time. All the same, when I found out that there was a new Google Reader interface called FeedSquares (available for Android and Chrome), I decided to give it a spin. I installed the Chrome version. First Impressions Once I installed the extension and clicked on the icon, I got a nice bunch of colored squares representing my feeds from Google Reader.  I assumed that the ...

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View Your Social World on One Page with Spindex

View Your Social World on One Page with Spindex
12 Jun 2010

Social Media When I first visited the Spindex homepage, there was no explanation of the service, so I had no idea was it was about. As a matter of fact, besides the words “Spindex” and “Sign In”, there’s no other text on the page. So I was a bit leery about requesting an invite but it didn’t take long for me to see what was behind the mysterious homepage. Spindex is “your one stop shop for searchable access to your ...

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How do You “Subscribe” to a Site?

How do You “Subscribe” to a Site?
20 May 2010

Blogging Before we begin, a very quick thought exercise: What do you think of when I say “Subscribe To This Blog”? The reason I ask is simple. When I first started blogging heavily, “subscribing” to a site meant simply one thing, taking the RSS feed of a site and reading it in an RSS reader. It might have been a software RSS reader or a Web-based one, such as Google Reader, but the process was the same. The only exception was a ...

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