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A Beginner’s Guide to Google AdSense

A Beginner's Guide to Google AdSense

Sure, affiliate marketing is an excellent way to monetize a web site or blog. It has the amazing benefit of not requiring stock, and in many cases it's a set and forget strategy. Often though, many affiliates, including myself, will also run Google AdSense on their web sites. Adsense is a nice … [Read More]

How to Show File Downloads in a Nice Grid Display

How to Show File Downloads in a Nice Grid Display

In this tutorial I will show you how you can easily create a nice grid display and showcase your digital file downloads. This grid display will be responsive and you will also be able to track and monitor the download count of each file. This will be very useful if you want to showcase some … [Read More]

Inserting an Audio Player in Your Theme’s Template File

Inserting an Audio Player in Your Theme's Template File

I received the following question from a user today: How can I use the audio player from my WordPress theme's template file? This is a quick tutorial for users who want to embed an audio file in their WordPress theme's template file. Embed Audio File in a Template File Step 1. Install the Audio … [Read More]

How to Create an Online Store in Minutes with WordPress Simple Paypal Shopping Cart

How to Create an Online Store in Minutes with WordPress Simple Paypal Shopping Cart

WordPress has become well known as a platform that has great eCommerce support. I have tested dozens of WordPress plugins that allow you to turn your website into a fully functional online store Many eCommerce plugins are sometimes overcomplicated due to the number of features they include, … [Read More]

Blog Like You Mean It – Top 10 Ways to Write Attention-Getting Headlines & Content

Blog Like You Mean It - Top 10 Ways to Write Attention-Getting Headlines & Content

Many online entrepreneurs typically blog about their niche. They write about the industry, trends affecting their audience, make new announcements and generally, provide informative content for their web site visitors. Having a blog elevates the user experience, showing your audience that you have … [Read More]

Create PayPal Payment Button for The Post Author Automatically

Create PayPal Payment Button for The Post Author Automatically

I received the following question from a user today: When users create a charity on my site, I want to have a donate button on their post that automatically gets the proper email address to use for the PayPal transaction. This way I don't have to manually add their email to the shortcode for … [Read More]

How to Protect Your WordPress Website with All In One WP Security

How to Protect Your WordPress Website with All In One WP Security

Protecting your website is something that many WordPress users fail to do. It usually takes a hack attempt on their website to help them realize that they need to be proactive about securing their website. For many, the task of securing a WordPress website seems daunting; however it needn't be as … [Read More]

2 Cool WordPress Mods: Sort by Facebook Likes, and Sort by View Count

2 Cool WordPress Mods: Sort by Facebook Likes, and Sort by View Count

This is a post for those who like to manipulate WordPress themes to behave how you like. I modified an existing theme recently to add a couple of new features that weren't already present on the theme. In addition I couldn't find a suitable plugin quickly enough so I went ahead and made some changes … [Read More]

3 Keywords Important to Affiliate Marketing: Responsibility, Transparency, Leverage

3 Keywords Important to Affiliate Marketing: Responsibility, Transparency, Leverage

I have been in the affiliate marketing business for a very long time. It's initial appeal is still just as appealing to me today. Mainly that involves the idea of "limited (or no) responsibility." Let's face it. There are more exciting things to do than to sit in front of a computer all day, or than … [Read More]

Monitoring 404 Events on Your WordPress Site

Monitoring 404 Events on Your WordPress Site

Many common HTTP errors have numbers associated with them. The most common of all HTTP errors is the 404. And techy or not you have probably heard of it, or at least stumbled across one in your web travels. Essentially the 404 triggers when a visitor attempts to visit a page on a web site that … [Read More]