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CoSchedule, the Fabulous WordPress Editorial Calendar Plugin (it does Social Media, too!)

Running a website means you’re in the publishing business. And if you’re in publishing, you should have an Editorial Calendar. As Copyblogger says, “An editorial calendar is just a fancy name for a pubishing schedule.” The editorial calendar is where you plan your WordPress content in the upcoming days, weeks or even months. If you […]

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How to Choose the Right WordPress Plugin

A WordPress plugin is a wonderful tool. Plugins can add all sorts of functionality to your WordPress site, and they’re easy to install and manage. On the downside, sometimes plugins don’t play nicely together, hog server resources, or misbehave in other ways when they’re supposed to be working together. First, A Word of Caution Before

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Plugins

Elevatr — the Audience-Building WordPress Plugin [Review]

I have to admit I have a love/hate relationship with WordPress plugins. I use them, but sparingly. That’s because so many plugins are badly coded and fight with each other or with your theme. Now a plugin, if you’ll recall, equates to the inside walls of our WordPress house. Walls exist to help support the

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