Now you will have to start building inbound links for each post you make. One of the better and fastest ways to achieve this is through the use of social networks. Subscribe to as many of these websites as you can and each and every time you make a new post place a link on each one of these sites. Doing this will help you in a couple of ways, first the major search engines love pages that have backlinks so you’re going to get traffic from the search engine, but you will also be generating traffic from the social bookmarking sites.
The visual aspect of the website must allow sufficient space to suit the necessary widgets and banners that help out with income earning. A spot for your company logo and various customizable material is vital. The toolbar and the menu space must be catered for by your theme. You’ll find numerous developers that provide themes of various kinds suitable for the wordpress platform. You can install any theme directly from your dashboard and change your site as required. With so many designers providing solutions that are of great quality and fulfill the requirements from the web site master or blogger you can choose a theme that suits your specific preferences.
You can just specify certain pages for ‘noindex’ and you’ll be fine. Every internet marketer knows how important search engine optimization is in keeping your business successful!
If you have a talent for graphics, and intend to build your own custom blog template, the free platforms generally won’t suffice. You will need standalone blogging software and a real host. It’s silly to cut corners if you are an advanced designer.
When you click on plugins in the ‘appearance’ tab of your WordPress dashboard you will find ‘akismet’ and ‘hello dolly’ as two defaults already present and waiting. They have specific jobs to do when activated. Akismet is a spam filter and by having it on you ensure spammers don’t pollute your site with comments. Hello Dolly is a harmless piece of software that sticks interesting one-liners into the top right corner of your blogging back-office. just so you don’t get bored working.
Today’s blogs are still being used for online diaries but even more are being created every day for a myriad of purposes. Politicians use blogs to tell their constituents what they stand for. Journalists are blogging the news as it happens. Celebrities, like actors and authors, are keeping in touch with their fanbase. Businesses use blogs to inform their customers of new products and developments.
The downside for this option is the need to upgrade your installation as and when WordPress issues a new version – which can be all too frequently. I set up a new blog last week using Fantastico, but that was the last but one version. I then had to upgrade it to the latest which has today been superseded by yet another version.