Top 12 Reasons Your Website Needs to be Responsive to grow Your Business

Have you been outside lately? You know how you are seeing more people using tablets and smartphones? Well, it’s not a trend as much as the norm any more. Walking around, we are plugged in to our mobile device. At some restaurants, the waiter or waitress takes our order. Mobile is ubiquitous. So why, why, […]

All-In-One-SEO Plugin – Fix for Page Title Rewrite Feature Not Working

This is a short post to show you how to solve the page title rewrite not working issue with the All in One SEO plugin (this post should come in handy if you ever come across this issue). The Issue I use the following format in the SEO plugin settings for the WordPress post and page title: […]

Alternatives for Google Reader to Keep Tabs on RSS Feeds

Along with the BlackBerry Google Voice app, Google Building Maker, Snapseed Desktop, Google Cloud Connect, and others, Google Reader is being swept away (assuming the various petitions – 1, 2, and 3 – in place don’t stop it) in Google’s spring clean up. “Google Reader will not be available after July 1, 2013” says the […]

How to Fix the Unable to create directory Error in WordPress

If you are seeing any of the following errors when you try to upload/import media into WordPress’s media library then this tutorial is for you. It will show you how to fix this annoying error. Unable to create directory wp-content/uploads Unable to create directory /wp-content/uploads/ Is its parent directory writable by the server? Unable to […]

Disavow Links Tool: Are Your Back-links Negatively Affecting Your Ranking?

Many sites recently suffered a big demotion in terms of Google ranking, and consequently the amount of organic traffic they receive, due to one of the Google Panda updates. Was your site one of them? Well if it was it was probably due to a few reasons, one of which may have been due to […]

Top 3 Common Reasons for a Slow WordPress Site (in my experience)

If you own and run a WordPress site which is currently slow then there are usually some common factors which are most probably contributing to the lack of load speed of your site. The power and flexibility of WordPress lies under the hood, where as a blogging and CMS platform, it easily caters for customizations […]

Some Useful Things About WordPress Which You Should Know

Straight out of the box, WordPress is an amazingly effective content management system and blogging platform. Within its core PHP interior resides functionality which makes it the most flexible and easy to use platform for creating websites ranging from the simplest blog to a full blown business eCommerce site. The majority of the WordPress functionality […]

Split Testing on Your WordPress Site Using Google Website Optimizer

Since we published the Maximize Revenue 101: Should You Lower or Increase the Product Price to Increase Revenue article, a few readers have asked us to provide a step by step guide on how to setup split testing on a WordPress powered site. Google website optimizer is probably the best tool out there for setting up […]

3 Questions Blog Owners Should Ask Themselves Regarding Their Content

Every website on the Internet contains some type of content which is aimed at attracting visitors. The motivations of website owners for enticing visitors to their site can range from sharing opinions, passions or life experiences, to converting visitors into customers or subscribers. Whatever your motives are for building your blog, there are certain questions […]

8 Ways to Access Blocked Sites

Businesses are much more clever now: they see how popular the web and social networking is and often block those sites from employee access. Not only are work places doing this, but so are schools, colleges, even some libraries and churches. If you want to access your social networking profiles, email or blogs from one […]