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10 Secret Fears of Bloggers

Blogging fears. We all have them. And we don’t always want to talk about them. But when we sit down to write, they rear their ugly heads, those nasty trolls with the beady eyes and crazy orange hair: “What makes you think you can write?” “Why would anyone be interested in what you have to […]

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Customizing Your Thumbnails: A Hidden Jewel

There are a lot of plugins out there that give you great options for editing images and creating galleries. But sometimes I am reminded of a buried feature as I am doing tutorials. This is one of them. Let’s say you have created a small gallery using the WordPress default gallery. And you have added […]

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Blog More in Less Time with @AlchemyAPI

If you have a self-hosted WordPress blog, then you might be familiar with the pain and agony of filling out this little guy. Tags. That painful afterthought that stands between me and getting my next blog post done and done with. Tags. That annoying thing I don’t want to fill out but have to because […]

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WordPress Fun with Advanced Custom Fields

By John Garrett from Hypertransitory Good news, people…I’ve discovered the most fun you can have with WordPress -and it’s with the Advanced Custom Fields plugin. Come on in and join the party! Advanced Custom Fields…trust me Ok, sorry guys. I got you in here under false pretenses. The Advanced Custom Fields (ACF) plugin is not […]

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Tumblr Functionality for WordPress Bloggers

Tumblr is cool. It had the “retweet” function before Twitter. Tumblr calls it a ReBlog Comments travel with every instance of the ReBlogged post And, Tumblr has it’s own ecosystem of content creators and content consumers (readers and writers) So, I think Tumblr has the right idea. Here’s why: The ReBlog function establishes Tumblr as its own ecosystem independent of Google, […]

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17 Must Have WordPress Plugins

There’s no question about it, WordPress is an amazing blogging platform. Some well known brands such as CNN, Yahoo and General Electric trust and use WordPress to run their websites. In fact more than 16% of all websites are running on WordPress in 2012. WordPress holds 53.8% of the market share for Content Management Systems (CMS). […]

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Guest Blogging is Dead and I Killed It

That’s right. It’s dead. Like road kill. Put out to pasture. Extinct. Turned into nothingness. But why? One of the things we do at Triberr is look at successful blogs to figure out what is it that makes them successful? What is it that they have that small(er) blogs do not? What leverage are they […]

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Comment Systems Face Off! LiveFyre Vs DisqUs

I never cared for WordPress’ native comment system. Some people are able to customize it, tweak it, make it look good, but even then it fails on one important point. In order for people to comment using WordPress comment system they have to have a WordPress account. Sure, bloggers have these, but non-bloggers don’t. And […]

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