Publishing a sitemap is important for SEO and getting all your website pages indexed rapidly, and particularly when you add new content and you want it to be discovered fast, while it is still fresh and most interesting.
I’ll show you how with a small about of setting up, WordPress will generate, auto-update, and . . . → Read More: How To Submit WordPress Sitemap Updates – Automatically
WordPress has some great built in features to help your SEO, and one is that it can be set-up to create a WordPress sitemap, and automatically update and submit it whenever you add or update a page or blog post. This saves a lot of effort, and ensures that the search engines will . . . → Read More: How To Create A WordPress Sitemap
Marketing your blog, in the first instance, means making sure that people can find your posts easily. The major search engines will help with this once they’ve indexed your content, as sharing links manually on such as Twitter, Facebook, Google+, Diaspora, your newsletter and so on.
But these are not the only things that . . . → Read More: How To Publicise Your Blog: Configure A “Ping List” Of RPC Update Services In WordPress
For some time I’ve been annoyed by a feature of Google’s Chrome web browser. You may have noticed that when you open a new window in Chrome, each window is staggered, a little below and to the right of the last, as shown in the image.
This “cascade” is all very well, but means . . . → Read More: New Window Visible – My First Chrome Browser Extension/Addon