How To Find Out What WordPress Theme Is Being Used In A Site?


Let’s face it, when you have a website and you see all the other cool websites powered by WordPress, you have to wonder where it came from. Was the theme downloaded for free from the WordPress theme directory? Was it bought from a premium WordPress theme company? Or was it developed by a very talented […]

SEO Is Not Hard


I’ve blogged about advising others to stop over-complicating search engine optimization for years. What we do know is that Google loves organic content. This is achieved by writing naturally, presenting unique information, building relevant and natural links, and achieving good social engagement. Why do people still try to game the system? SEO is not hard! […] Podcast – 2013 Mini Episode 7


This mini episode touches base on the automatic background updates integrated in WordPress 3.7. This has produced some polarity in the community. I am not for this feature, but I’ve made a suggestion to making this option easier to digest, especially to those who are more for web accessibility and giving the user their decision […]

Graphic: Be Prepared For A Long Journey Toward Success


The biggest mistake a business owner can make it believing in getting rich quick. It doesn’t last for long, so its not enough to sustain. The best thing is to think about building a business and mapping it out enough to include room for error, because mistakes and failure will happen along the way. The […] Podcast – 2013 Mini Episode 6


Out of all my regular podcasts, I haven’t done much on covering WordPress topics, so now I’m breaking tradition and including them. This mini podcast episode is on backing up your WordPress site. I cover why it’s important to have a back up plan for your website and include some simple but effective ways to […]

#SharingSundays Recap 2013 Volume 25


One of the benefits of liking my Facebook fan page is being able to participate in weekly events like #SharingSundays. It is the only day of the week that I open the floor to allow bloggers all over the blogosphere the opportunity to share their most recent post. While that is the only requirement of […]

Ask Nile: How To Start Your Own Website?


I get a lot of people asking my on how to start your own website. However, it really depends on whether you are going to do it yourself or if you’re going to hire someone. Once you have decided, the plan is nearly the same, but a few added steps within the general ones are […]

WordPress 3.7 Available


Recently, Matt Mullneweg announced the release of WordPress 3.7, which is nicknamed Basie after Count Basie. Yes, with tradition, this is named after another jazz player. You can read up on Count Basie in Wikipedia. The hugest thing about WordPress 3.7 is true automatic updates, rather than one click installs. Any security updates or in […]