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Dec 6 Posted 1 year ago
Nice Analysis Alvaro, I was'nt aware about some of the stuff you mentioned in your article.
Can you please do the analysis over Wordpress.org Vs Blogger and publish post?
Nov 6 Posted 1 year ago
I agree. Plugins are definitely an awesome resource for WordPress; however, they are not available for WordPress.com blogs. Plugins are only available for self-hosted blogs running on WordPress.org software -- unless you're using WordPress.com Enterprise, which is different.
More info about this here: http://en.support.wordpress.com/plugins/
Nov 5 Posted 1 year ago
Hi Álvaro J. Great article! As you know, plugins are essential for WordPress users to assist in ranking high on Google. My favourite plugin for Wordpress is Google Analyticator. It enables us to easily review every single detail about our traffic. By using this plugin, we can track data like what our audience likes/doesn’t like, where they came from, what they like to do while on our site, and more. What are your thoughts on it?
Nov 4 Posted 1 year ago
I actually use BlueHost to host my other blog as well. Great service. Thanks for giving the extra pointers.
Nov 4 Posted 1 year ago
Good outline Alvaro.
I wanted to mention an option if someone wants to have a customized domain--you can install wordpress on such host sites such as Bluehost or Hostmonster--the latter offers unlimited web hosting space and bandwidth, and unlimited hosting of domain names (if someone wants to set up more than one blog) for as little as $5 a month for new signups. I host multiple domains at Bluehost for one yearly fee of about $120.
Also, a great resource for easy-to-use wordpress themes is studiopress.com.
Again, Alvaro, you have a great outline to help those who are unfamiliar with using wordpress get started.