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4 Ways To Live Blog On WordPress

Picture this scenario: You are at the hottest conference or event of the year. While most of your readers aren’t able to attend themselves, they have all backed you as their representative of all things cool. You are there on their behalf, ready to gush over every little detail. All you want to do is […]

The 4 Best WordPress Projects To Outsource

Big thanks to WordPress for being the #1 most used and most popular content management system on the web today. Why? Because of two reasons, 1) it’s built in PHP which is by far the most extensible and customizable of all coding languages and 2) it has created a web environment that is recognized by […]

Affiliate Marketing – Week 2: ‘OK, this is hard’

I chose a “dark” photo which shows some degree of failure – but also hope…this is a perfect description of my second week in affiliate marketing. You may have read one of my first two affiliate marketing posts – last week I publicly announced my intent to become a successful affiliate marketer.  As I do this – my plan […]

Affiliate Marketing – Day 2

Nothing like changing the game plan  on day two…but that is how I roll.  I want to be an affiliate marketing guy, but I don’t want to learn a whole new system. After reviewing the BANS plan from yesterday – it looked great.  But it was missing one element I really needed wanted, WordPress.  I […]

How I started in Affiliate Marketing

I really hope this is the question that someone will ask me a couple years from now – hey Tom, “how did you get started in affiliate marketing?”  Truth is, I have been thinking and wondering about affiliate marketing for a long time.  I just never took the plunge. Since starting my job at Clickstop, […]

query custom taxonomies

WordPress 3.0 has brought a whole lot of new and interesting options to the table.  You can create you very own customer post types and taxonomies to go with them. Cool – did you do it yet.  GREAT!  How do you pull them back out?  Red Letter Studio has a great post about just that. Related articles […]

admin manager – wp

There are many times when you have to hide things in the WordPress admin. This plugin is used to control WordPress admin interface. You can hide widgets administration or hide menu itens.

Google calendar plugin

Image via CrunchBase I have seen a number of calendar plugins – but the problem is, no one wants to be maintaining multiple calendars at once.  This plugin leverages Google calendars on your blog – then you can keep maintaining everything in the same place. The WordPress Google calendar plugin allows for the integration of a Google […]

wp search help

Image via Wikipedia Search is hard – and it seems like it doesn’t get a whole lot easier in WordPress. WP Engineer has a great post about search and different options of how to integrate it into your WordPress site. There are several ways to integrate search function into a theme for WordPresss, usually built […]

Semantic plugin for WordPress – wp-RDFa

I spent the better part of 2009 working on, learning about and architecting media information systems.  There are a lot of cool semantic web tools on the market.  Some are quite pricey – some are free. When I saw this plugin, it sparked my interest.  It’s called wp-RDFa and has a slug:  wp-RDFa brings the semantic […]

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