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How To Create An RSS Feed for Your Blog

RSS, or Really Simple Syndication, is a method of encoding frequently published and updated content in a way that allows it to continuously appear as a series of continuously updated headlines or headlines and short summaries through a type of XML file. Basically, XML files are either manually or dynamically edited so that changes to […]


Why should you start a WordPress self hosted blog 5 reasons

This article explains why you should start a WordPress blog that you host yourself. WordPress is a CMS (content management system) that allows you to create a website or blog without the need for any sort of HTML or CSS programming. It is free to download and use, and it is updated frequently for security […]


Top 6 Best Paypal Plugins for WordPress

Paypal is one of the most popular websites for accepting and sending payments. It is easy and convenient to use, and it has a long history with both small, online business owners and individuals looking for a tool for selling their old things online or paying back a friend. For business owners, Paypal has long […]


The Top 10 Sites To Get Paid for Writing and Blogging

Being paid to blog is a concept that does not really hit the ear right. After all, if people were able to be paid for blogging then everyone would be sat at home in their feety pajamas typing away. If your friend told you about paid blogging, then you would assume that either he or […]


Guest Blogging : Link Quality or Link Quantity

Guest Blogging : Link Quality or Link Quantity; Contrary to what you may have read online, it is actually prudent to have both. Now that link quality is a factor when it comes to backlinks, many people have misunderstood the whole concept. Online experts are telling people to lower the amount of backlinks that they have, […]


The Top 5 Best WordPress Emoticon Plugins

The Top 5 Best WordPress Emoticon Plugins; The big yellow “smiley face” has changed a lot since its invention by ad designer Harvey Ball in 1963. Today’s emoticons span a wide range of moods—from sleepy to ecstatic, from confused to furious, from hearts to devils—and the emoticon has become a standard in the way bloggers and […]