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The Speed and Easy of a WordPress Blog

5 July 2010

I deleted around 367 posts, and WordPress didn’t even blink. The deleted posts came from RSS feeds and, at best, contained two lines of text and then had a link to the full article on a different website. That would have been good if I just wanted traffic to pass straight through my blog, but not much use if I wanted them to hang around for a bit. The only possible downside was those posts had been index, so, the next step is to get a plugin that will redirect visitor to nonexistent links back to my home page…

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The Zero Thinking Way Of Getting Blog Content

15 June 2010

Doing it this way means that you will have more content on your site, the content will be unique (mostly), if people are interested in your opinions they should keep coming back to see what sort of ‘rubbish’ you’re talking about now (or not ‘rubbish’, depending on whether they agree with you), and they won’t arrive at your blog and immediately click away to see what the article is all about.

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Blogs, Backups, and Screaming Villagers

13 June 2010

I picked out a few RSS feeds on topics that interested me and let it run. For the first few weeks I kept on top of it all and everything was fine. The only real ‘problem’ at that time was how short the actual posts were due to the restricted size from the RSS feed…

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Six Essential Ways of Getting Blog Traffic

8 September 2009

Blog traffic is essential to the success of any blog and, if you really want to see a major increase in your number of visitors, you’ll need to do a tad more than just your usual blogging.

In this article we are going to look at six of the most effective ways of getting more blog traffic. It isn’t critical to use all of them, but, you should get proficient with at least one of them. Once you master one, try and get good at one of the others – and then repeat the process…

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