Tag Archives: wordpress
Google Search Console for Beginners

Google Search Console for Beginners

Google search console for beginners including integration with the Yoast SEO WordPress Plugin. These are must-have free tools for your author website. In this video tutorial, I’ll walk you through the process, step-by-step with a real life and in real time example. Watch me as I explain and set up a Google Search Console account […]

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Moving WordPress Site

Moving WordPress Site

I’m moving WordPress Site because I’m changing web hosting companies. Just like moving in real life, I was dreading making this move for the obvious reasons… Downtime Deadlinks Broken Images Manually intensive Expensive (hiring someone to move my WordPress site) A lot more headaches kept popping in my head But thanks to a plugin, it […]

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How to Survive WordPress Hack

Fixing My WordPress Hacked Site

Fixing WordPress Hacked Site is what I was dealing with about a month ago after the website for my Thriller Author Interview Podcast was hacked and brought down hard. It took a week to recover. Fixing WordPress Hacked Site Fixing WordPress hacked site was a mess. Finally, after some frustration and setbacks, everything is back […]

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WordPress Author Themes

Author WordPress Themes

Author WordPress Themes: Introduction Author WordPress Themes make it easy for indie authors to have a beautifully designed professional looking author website, easily (especially once you have a killer author WordPress theme you can use). In this post, I’ll be sharing Author WordPress Themes specifically designed for author/publishers. So if you’re an author/self-publisher and you’re […]

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A Glimpse of Spam Comments without Plugins

It’s amazing to think how much spam comments we have to deal in our blogs if it wasn’t for great anti-spam plugins like Akismet and others! Send to Kindle

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10 Reasons Why Self Publish Authors Should Use WordPress

On November 18th I gave a presentation to a local Meetup group I organize for Self Published Authors in San Francisco. The title of my presentation was “WordPress for Self Published Authors”.  I broke it down to ten reasons why I believe self-published authors (trads too) should be using WordPress for their websites. I got the idea from visiting […]

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