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Posts tagged with Word Press

Five easy ways to make your business website more social

Social media is an increasingly important part of the internet. But many businesses are still trying to decipher what it's really all about and how it can relate to their bottom lines. Naturally, not everyone is jumping on the bandwagon and throwing all their resources at Twitter, Facebook, et. al.

The truth is that for many businesses social media makes sense -- in moderate doses. If you're a small business owner, chances are you don't need to hire a full-time social media manager and the only thing social you're likely to get from social media experts is a lot of smooth-talk.

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Wordpress 2.8 released with 180 improvements

The Wordpress platform has matured into a remarkably powerful content management platform, and a free one at that. And it just got better.

Matt Mullenweg today announced the release of the latest version of Wordpress, version 2.8.

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Roll your own social network using WordPress

If the social network is the next message board, the social network has been waiting for its phpBB or vBulletin; the software that would give thousands upon thousands of people the ability to easily set up their own social networks.

Now the social networking market may have that. WordPress, the most popular open-source blogging platform, can now be turned into a fully-fledged social network.

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Content management: putting it all together

If you made a list of all the essential tools in an online business' toolkit, what would be on it?

Chances are you'd include content management, analytics and multivariate testing.

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What’s your favourite Wordpress plugin?

People love Wordpress because it is so extensible and can be used to power a wide range of websites.

It can be customised with relative ease, and there are more than 4,000 plugins available to enhance the back and front end of Wordpress, adding functionality for administrators and visitors.

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What software should you use for your blog?

The Technorati Top 100 consists of the internet's 100 most popular blogs as measured, of course, by Technorati. The blogs on the Top 100 list cover topics from technology to politics to celebrities.

But while the topics covered by the internet's most popular blogs may be diverse, the software that is used to run them isn't.

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