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Wordpress Tips And Tricks Straight From The Pros Before, have you taken a look at WordPress in the past or used it? If so, or even if you have not, you're about to learn some great things about just how much WordPress has to offer you as a blogger. Read through these valuable tips to see exactly what you've been missing out on. Make sure your sidebar is not too cluttered. The sidebars on most WordPress blogs are a chaotic mess, full of social media icons and ads and links. Prioritize what goes in your sidebar. Make sure visitors to your blog don't have to search for anything they might be looking for. When it comes to posting, keep a schedule. If you have a set time when you are supposed to make a post, you will be more likely to actually do it. You can actually make all of your posts for a week in one day. You can then schedule it so WordPress will upload some of these posts at a later date. Know that you can write posts and send them in the future via WordPress. All you need to do is change the post from "Publish Immediately" to a specific time and date in the future. This way you can write posts and have them set up to go out even while you are on vacation! Keep your permalinks understandable and clean. That means you should look at the permalink box every time you put up a new post. Does the title in the URL make sense? Does it help from an SEO standpoint? If not, click on it and alter it until it is perfect. You can insert media into your posts just by pasting the URL where you'd like the media to appear. For example, paste in a YouTube video just by putting the URL within the text where you want the video to play. Be sure that the URL doesn't turn blue - if it does, highlight it and click the unlink button. Always use targeted titles and descriptions. These are a few of the things your readership will see first when using search engines. That's why they're very important. Scribe is search engine optimization software that can help you control these aspects of your WordPress site. This will allow you to edit the items and, in turn, attract more visitors. Always back up your blog. This should be done on a regular basis. There is a plugin called Xcloner that will make it easy to backup your blog. Use whichever plugin or website you feel comfortable with to keep your blog backed up, however make sure you use more than a single location. It would be a tragedy to lose your whole blog. Explore the dashboard of your WordPress installation asap if you are new to WordPress. With just a little time you'll get it down, though it may feel daunting the first time you see that dashboard. Don't be afraid to type in a few test posts and pages to see how things work. Your WordPress is nothing without plugins, and lucky for you, there are plenty to choose from. It is very important that you use caution when installing plugins and keep in mind that they aren't disposable, however. You can uninstall them, but most of the time they will still affect your content and leave shortcodes behind. Do you want to be able to post without issues? It is possible to write posts in advance and have them post according to a pre-arranged schedule. When you make a new post, you have the option to publish it at a future date. So go ahead and write your posts when you have and want them post when you want. Use a security plugin. Keeping your blog secure is important, and there are plenty of plugins out there that promise to do just that. Try a plugin you feel you can trust. Wordfence is a good choice. It offers a firewall, does virus scans, blocks any malicious networks, and is free. Try scheduling your blog posts ahead of time in WordPress. Post them at specific periods of time when you aren't at a computer. You can do this by tapping into the Publish box on your edit screen. Underneath, there should be something that says Publish Immediately. Next, to it is a place to input time and date. Input your time in military format. Pick OK. Check the Schedule For screen and choose Schedule. Do not keep the default sidebar. Go in and customize both the titles and sections in the theme directory. This will ensure that your site is unique. In addition, while you can have different sidebars on different pages of the site, you may want to consider keeping everything uniform for your visitors. A great commenting plugin that is useful for WordPress is Disqus. This free commenting system works well with its API. You have the ability to import and back up your comments with it. It also adds essential SEO to your comments so that the search engines can index them easier. For a more customizable commenting system, try using CommentLuv. This system si a premium plugin that is pretty popular with bloggers. It makes commenting on other blogs easy. You can set it up to leave a link that connects automatically to your latest post. This is ideal for things like giveaways since it lets more people know about it. Or just want to change a certain word across your site, use the Search and Replace plugin to do the job for you, if you have made a mistake in spelling of a name in multiple posts. The time it takes to do this manually is horrific, so instead let the plugin get it done. Looking for a way to increase your page views? Pick up a plugin in or widget that shows related posts. When your visitors are reading your current post, they'll be treated in the sidebar (or the end of the post) with a few related articles that they may love as well. This definitely increases your readership. Make sure your WordPress site has a great theme. A theme can actually make or break or your site when it comes to attracting or repelling visitors. There are many great free themes out there. You can also find affordable premium themes. Just make sure your themes don't have a ton of messy code that makes loading too slow or that isn't compatible with Wordpress's current versions. Bloggers have long seen the great utility and value inherent in the platform known as Wordpress. You owe it to yourself to take a close look at what Wordpress can do for you, provided you understand how to use it well, if you are planning to begin blogging yourself. The information above ought to have given you a great start.

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