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T he number of WordPress blogs has passed the 50 million mark! It’s an amazing achievement and shows the power of the blogging world and the power of the most popular blogging software. WordPress is my favourite blogging platform and my blog runs on it. Plugins are a big part of the community. Over the years I have tested and used many of the plugins created by the community.
As far as CMSs go, WordPress is a phenomenon.
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There has been a lot of talk lately about the changing face of the blogging landscape . Darren Rowse of ProBlogger asked if blogging has lost its relational focus; Scoble explained why tech blogging has failed you ; and even though not everyone agreed with his every statement, there was a renewed commitment in the blogosphere to return to blogging about what excites instead of just writing about " Apple's newest gizmo or the peccadillos of tech personalities ." However, we're wondering if people even need to blog anymore...at least in the traditional sense. Once the main way to publish your own personal thoughts and opinions for the rest of the web to read, blogging started a movement that democratized the web.
Steve Outing wrote a very good article at Editor and Publisher on Friday about the need for cultural change inside the newpapers around the US (found via the wonderful CyberJournalist.net ). That article got me thinking that people in many different industries probably hear many of the same objections to new, social media and online tools. ("It takes too much time, conversations online are insipid" etc.) I decided to make a list of the Top 10 Objections to New Online Tools and What You Can Say in Response. I surveyed my nearly 1300 friends on Twitter and got all kinds of thoughtful replies.
Lois Kelly is the author of Beyond Buzz: The Next Generation of Word-of-Mouth Marketing. This is her explanation of the top nine types of stories that people like to talk about. If you’re pitching your company to investors, customers, partners, journalists, vendors, or employees and you don’t use at least one of these story lines, you probably have a problem.
WordPress is my favorite blogging platform and has been for a long time. It gets the basics right and never overwhelmed me as I grew up in my blogging experience. However, like Firefox, WordPress is also eminently extensible and makes it easy to both get more out of the platform the longer you’re on it and the more plugins you add to customize your experience.
In Software you will find the specific details of individual plugins/widgets for the Wordpress theme and how to use them.
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This newest web phenomenon can rank your site #1 in search engines, boost traffic and sales, and establish you as an expert in your industry. I'm sure you've heard about one of the biggest things to hit the web in the last few years: blogging. A "blog" (derived from the term "web log") is basically just a website with two key differences: First, it's extremely easy to add information to it.
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