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How to Back Up and Move a WordPress Blog
23rd of June 2012 Guest Blogger 28

How to Back Up and Move a WordPress Blog

This guest post is by Caimin Jones of Genius Startup. Sometimes you’ll need to move your blog from one host to another. It’s a bit of a pain and might seem a daunting task if you’ve never done it before. But transferring a site is a fairly straightforward process that ...more
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4 WordPress Alternatives: the What, Where, and Why
15th of June 2012 Guest Blogger 56

4 WordPress Alternatives: the What, Where, and Why

This guest post is by Matt Setter of MaltBlue.com. As bloggers, we’re all familiar with WordPress, whether as a self-hosted setup, or via WordPress.com. I think that, if you’re a blogger and you’ve not used it, then you’re likely in an odd minority. If you do a Google search for ...more
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The Blogger’s Essential WordPress Guide: 13 Top Tutorials
13th of June 2012 Darren Rowse 53

The Blogger’s Essential WordPress Guide: 13 Top Tutorials

Over the last couple of months, we’ve taken a close look at WordPress here on ProBlogger. I know that many readers do use WordPress—either the free or paid version—and it’s the content management system of choice for many high-profile sites. I’ve been using it for years, and I’d have to ...more
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Install Your First WordPress Theme
15th of May 2012 Guest Blogger 20

Install Your First WordPress Theme

This guest post is by Karol K of ThemeFuse. Seeing a headline like “How to Install a WordPress Theme” on ProBlogger might seem strange at first. This doesn’t sound like a “pro”-thing at all, right? If you’ve been dealing with WordPress for a while then this is probably even more ...more
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How to Select the Perfect WordPress Theme for Your Blog
14th of May 2012 Guest Blogger 32

How to Select the Perfect WordPress Theme for Your Blog

This guest post is by Karol K of ThemeFuse. Selecting a WordPress theme is one of those tasks that seem fairly easy at first How hard can it be? you ask yourself. You simply go to Google, type in “best free WordPress themes” and you’re good to go, right? I’m ...more
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How to Be a Problogger on Tumblr
7th of May 2012 Guest Blogger 26

How to Be a Problogger on Tumblr

This is a guest post by Gregory Ciotti of Sparring Mind. When it comes to blogging, a number of platforms have come and gone. Recently, Posterous was acquired by Twitter, signifying that a shut-down of the platform was imminent. I noticed this in a big way; my blog, called I ...more
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Weekend Project: Set Safe, Secure User Roles on Your WordPress Blog
21st of April 2012 Guest Blogger 19

Weekend Project: Set Safe, Secure User Roles on Your WordPress Blog

This guest post is by Karol K of ThemeFuse. One of the final steps of the famous five-minute WordPress installation is to set up an Admin account. This account, by default, is assigned to the role of Administrator, which is the most powerful user role in WordPress. But Administrator isn’t ...more
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WordPress.com or WordPress.org? Which One’s Right for You?
4th of March 2012 Guest Blogger 78

WordPress.com or WordPress.org? Which One’s Right for You?

This guest post is by Matt Hooper. When you first start looking at building your own blog, you are going to be inundated by the different options that are out there. After considering all your options, hopefully you’ll come to your senses and realize that WordPress is your best option. ...more
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How I Brought My Blog Back to Life with Tumblr
9th of November 2011 Guest Blogger 29

How I Brought My Blog Back to Life with Tumblr

This guest post is by David Edwards of www.asittingduck.com. Over the past few years I’ve had success with guest posting and uploading videos on YouTube, but the one thing I’ve struggled with was my blog. There were two reasons: Illustrations are very time consuming to make. Thinking what to write ...more
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