Facebook Ads And Fan Pages: Traffic Decline


After Facebook adjusted its algorithms late November 2013, fan pages have been suffering traffic-wise. In fact, a study by Ignite said that the Facebook fan page traffic decreased by an average of 44%. Their study consisted of over 689 brands. In fact, brand reach is at 3%, and not the former 16% that Facebook boasted. […]

The Art of Blogging: Time Does Equal Money


If any blogger is telling you that it costs no money to start a blog and actually earn money, they need a reality check. In fact, if you’re reading this article and you’ve read articles like it, it’s good that stumbled upon this one. “It takes money to earn money.” I don’t know who originally […]

WordPress 3.8 is Available!


WordPress 3.8 is available! WordPress 3.8 was released on December 12, 2014 and was named after Charlie Parker, a jazz musician who was noted have developed bebop. This version came with a big change to the user interface. In fact, the last major user interface change was in WordPress 2.7 “Coltrane” back in December 2008. […]

Announcing WPBeginner Glossary – Dictionary of WordPress Terms


By WPBeginner WPBeginner announces the opening of the WPBeginner Glossary, which contains common terms in WordPress that people use. This glossary is dedicated to helping new WordPress users learn common terminology in the community. Check out the glossary, and if you have any other terms to suggest, let them know. Source: Announcing WPBeginner Glossary – […]

Graphic: SEO Is Not A Game


I’ve said that SEO is not a same, many times. It really isn’t. If you know how to write unique and quality content, and engage with your readers, you’re definitely heading in the right direction. A lot of people like to whine about why their website has either dropped in traffic or has dropped from […]

Adding Content Between Posts In Genesis


I’ve written a short tutorial in the past about being able to add Adsense or any other content between posts in WordPress. The Genesis theme framework by StudioPress is a bit different. The concept is not all that different, but applying the method requires knowing a little PHP and the hooks to the Genesis theme […]

Interview With An Influential Blogger: Brian D. Hawkins


I’ve met Brian D. Hawkins through the blogosphere by seeing him run in circles containing mutual friends. He runs HotBlogTips.com, which is designed to help bloggers from beginning to advanced levels succeed with their websites. Brian has a wonderful reputation with other bloggers and, I’ve noticed that he has a genuine passion for helping other […]