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WordPress Plugins Trend 2010: Paying for Installed Plugins

Wordpress Plugins Trend 2010: No more quality support, no more free use. All will be paid plugins for WordPress. This meme hearkens back to the recent issue of Premium themes. Which I will not rehash here.

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Open Source CMS Award: why WordPress is the big winner

Why WordPress Should Not Have Won the Open Source CMS Award? This article is omitting the fact that Drupal and Joomla were specifically disqualified from the same award that WordPress won, because both projects have won it multiple years running and it was starting to get a little boring. They were instead given their own category to compete in: the “Hall of Fame Award”

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WordPress Joomla or Drupal, compare them which CMS is best for you

Wordpress Joomla or Drupal, which CMS is best? Any of the three content management systems has advantages and disadvantages. But remeber, nothing is perfect. How should we choose one of them?

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CMS Comparison: WordPress Better Than Joomla

Content Management System: When is Joomla Better Then WordPress? Joomla and WordPress are increasingly popular web platforms. Joomla and WordPress have a large community and numerous supporters. But there are some differences.

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WordPress Joomla Website: create a CMS site

Integrate Wordpress Into Joomla. Currently have a joomla site setup with a blog based on the CMS Articles system in joomla or something- its hard to use and doesn’t display very nicely.

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WordPress PhotoSmash Extend Features and Photo Galleries Available

Wordpress PhotoSmash Extend Features and Photo Galleries Available Finally. PhotoSmash is Compatible with WordPress 2.9. PhotoSmash Extend is Almost Ready! PhotoSmash appears to functioning completely normally under WordPress 2.9. I’m running 2.9 on this site, and the demo galleries are working fine.

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21 Useful Worpress SEO Tips to Promote WordPress Blog and Blog Marketing

WordPress SEO: WordPress comes with several built in search optimization tools, including the ability to use .htaccess to create apparently static URLs called permalinks, blogrolling, and pinging. There are also a number of third party plugins and hacks which can be used for search engine optimization (SEO). WordPress, straight out of the box, comes ready […]

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WordPress SEO Tips for Authors and Bloggers to High Traffic and More Hits

WordPress SEO Guides for Bloggers and Webmasters to High Traffic and More Hits: Here’s a neat little tip for all you WordPress users out there…Really, it has to be said – WordPress titles suck. “Blog Name > Post Title”. That’s not what we want to see. So go here and copy/paste the code for dynamic […]

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WordPress SEO Tutorials: Search Engine Optimization for Your WordPress Blogs

WordPress SEO Tutorials: Search Engine Optimization for Your WordPress Blogs. I present to you the very first WordPress SEO guide for beginners – Blog Marketing tips Oh! Blog way. It can be considered as a crash course for all the people who are struggling to get better search engine results with their WordPress blogs. In […]

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WordPress SEO Guide Book and Blog Marketing Tips to High Rankings For WordPress Blog

WordPress SEO Guide book and Blog Marketing tips to High Rankings For WordPress Blog: Definitive Guide To High Rankings For Your Blog – Search Engine Optimization Boo The WordPress SEO and Blog Marketing Tips ebook is designed to help you optimize your WordPress blog for your readers, as well as search engines. This is the […]

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