In this week’s links, learn about how to find a WordPress theme that works, how to set up custom post types, what Google’s algorithm changes mean, how to optimize video, and some best practices for presentations.
It’s time for another roundup of links, which include several posts written by Copyblogger team members, notice of an exciting free webcast, and sage advice on what to do before sending an angry email. Plus, we provide pertinent information about yesterday’s WordPress update.
This post outlines a few critical strategies and habits developers can utilize that will reduce distractions, save time, and have a positive impact on their bottom line.
Today, WordPress rolled out its latest update, WordPress 3.4 Green.
As we do with any WordPress update, we immediately tested it on a number of our own internal sites and compared notes with everyone else in the Copyblogger family.
The official verdict: upgrade!
However, that does not mean everything is guaranteed to go smoothly.
Here are this week’s links, which you can look at as soon as you change your LinkedIn password. (Seriously, make sure you do.)
This morning we discuss four factors that separate good websites from bad. Having a winning strategy for each factor will lead to you conducting winning business online over time.
And Synthesis customers have a leg up on their competition for each factor.
Here is this week’s buffet of useful links that will help you improve your WordPress website or blog.
Before we delve into our inaugural link list below, I want to make sure you’re following @CopyBlogger on Twitter (if you’re not already). I find insightful, thought-provoking, and inspiring links there every day. You will too. I’ve also created a Twitter list with a wealth of WordPress and online marketing experts that will provide insight, […]
If you follow Copyblogger, you already have a theoretical understanding of how the combination of content marketing and great design can make all the difference in your success online. The next step is putting those principles into production.
That is what we will be doing here at the Synthesis blog.