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How To Automatically Post To Twitter from WordPress

by | Blog | 25th November, 2012

Today Were going to show you how to set your WordPress blog up to automatically post to twitter when you add a new blog post! Login to your WordPress admin and hover over plugins in the menu and select ‘Add New’ In the Search bar, search for “WordTwit” and click...

How to reset your WordPress Admin password via phpMyAdmin

by | Blog | 8th November, 2012

If, like many of us, you’ve managed to forget the password for your WordPress Admin panel, don’t worry, you can follow our simple steps to reset it through phpMyadmin. Log in to your cPanel account: Scroll down to ‘Databases’ and select ‘phpMyAdmin’: Select your WordPress database at the left, and...

Post to your WordPress blog via Email

by | Blog | 4th November, 2012

So you’ve gone on holiday, or are away from home and have followed our guide on how to schedule your posts in WordPress but now a massive event related to your topic has come to light, and you can’t visit your website.. So why not write your post, send it...

Let Google handle your email by changing your MX records.

by | Blog | 1st November, 2012

If, like many of our clients, you like the convenience of receiving all of your <span id="urn:enhancement-f1ebc86d-4525-7b2a-dbf6-468d695e8a0f" class="textannotation disambiguated wl-thing wl-no-link" itemid="http://data.wordlift.io/wl0226/entity/email">emails</span> over at gmail.com, you may well have signed up for <span id="urn:enhancement-0ebb299d-3693-e64d-1541-dccdf45a22ec" class="textannotation disambiguated wl-organization wl-no-link" itemid="http://data.wordlift.io/wl0226/entity/google_2">Google</span> Apps, and wish to use Gmail to get your "yourname@yourdomain.com" emails. In order...

How To Upload A Theme In WordPress

by | Blog | 29th October, 2012

We’ve been asked many times how do you upload a theme and then activate it in WordPress? So we thought it best to do a post to run through how! First, check your zip file, if it contains more than just a folder with the theme in it (most paid themes...

Automatically Backup Your WordPress Blog

by | Blog | 28th October, 2012

Keeping regular backups of your WordPress blog can give you peace of mind, that should something go wrong, you won’t lose everything. But keeping backups isn’t as hard as you might think, you can backup your entire blog including all of your uploaded files, themes, and all of your posts and comments,...

Schedule Your Blog Posts In WordPress

by | Blog | 26th October, 2012

Do you have a visitor base in another timezone? Do you have a lot of content ready to post on your blog, but want to space the posts out over time without having to post every day/week? Keeping your regular visitors is an important part of building up your blog,...

Speed Up WordPress With One Simple Plugin

by | Blog | 23rd October, 2012

Speed is a major factor in today’s rankings. If your site isn’t fast you may well lose rankings as Google now uses Page Load Times as one of many factors when determining rankings. Luckily WordPress is built for speed, but you can make it even faster with one simple plugin, WP Super Cache. How...

4 Steps To Improving Your Rankings In Google With WordPress

by | Blog | 16th October, 2012

Today We’re going to talk about how to add a sitemap to Google webmaster tools to help improve your sites rankings, and visibility in Google. What is a sitemap? Simply put, a sitemap is a map of your website; A single ‘page’ on your website that lists every other page on your website. Do I need a...

How To Use Google Analytics With WordPress To Monitor Your Blog Traffic

by | Blog | 22nd September, 2012

Ever wondered what your <span id="urn:enhancement-be7d68bd-1051-80fc-1004-d15110eebe6d" class="textannotation disambiguated wl-thing wl-no-link" itemid="http://data.wordlift.io/wl0226/entity/wordpress_2">WordPress</span> blog readers do when they visit your site, or how they found your site in the first place? To some of you, Google Analytics will be completely new, some of you might have heard of it, and some of...