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How to display Recent Posts in WordPress

by | Tutorials | 1st October, 2015

If you run a blog using WordPress, you may want to display the recent posts on the site to attract your readers to your latest posts and to get more page views. Recent posts can be added to the sidebar or at the end of a post. There are two...

Building Customer Loyalty for Viral Growth

by | Tutorials | 24th September, 2015

One of the most important traffic metrics of any site is the return visitors percentage. It is an indication that the site is meeting the needs of visitors and serving quality content which they can’t wait to tell their networks about. As a result visitors are converted into loyal ambassadors....

Freelancers: A Guide to Getting More Clients

by | Tutorials | 17th September, 2015

One of the most challenging elements of being a freelancer is getting clients who can provide you with frequent work, and pay you a respectable wage. The problem is with 53 million freelancers in the U.S alone, how does one stand tall among the competition? This tutorial will show you...

How to organize your WordPress site using Custom Taxonomies

by | Tutorials | 11th September, 2015

WordPress is well-known as a blogging platform. Using some of the capabilities in-built in WordPress or using some plugins, it can be extended into a good Content Management System (CMS). The major difference between a blogging tool and a CMS is the ability to organize the content. Quite often, when...

The Step-by-Step Blog Marketing Plan

by | Tutorials | 3rd September, 2015

Any blog-less website is literally leaking traffic. A blog encourages visitors to return, and reduces the cost of advertising; however, getting traffic isn’t as easy as typing and hitting ‘Publish’. In brief, you need to be on top of your game in terms of delivering great content and marketing it....

How to install and configure the Disqus Comment System for WordPress

by | Tutorials | 28th August, 2015

Comments on your WordPress site can be improved and discussions increased by installing the feature-rich Disqus Comment System. Some of the desirable features in Disqus Comment System are: It enables the readers of the site to connect using social media like Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Yahoo, OpenID and a few others....

How to Automate WordPress Site Management with the ManageWP Plugin

by | Tutorials | 13th August, 2015

ManageWP is a service that eases the efforts involved in managing a WordPress site. It is especially useful if you have multiple WordPress sites, because it helps one to manage multiple sites from a single Dashboard. Using ManageWP, it is easy to control the administrative tasks of all the websites...

How to Install and Configure Apache Tomcat 7 on Ubuntu 14.04

by | Tutorials | 10th August, 2015

Overview Apache Tomcat is an open source J2EE Application Server. It is a top level project of the Apache foundation. Tomcat currently implements Java Servlet, JavaServer Pages, Java Expression Language and Java WebSocket. In this tutorial we’ll learn to install Apache Tomcat 7 from scratch on Ubuntu 14.04. This tutorial...

Planning, Scripting and Promoting Your Website’s Video

by | Tutorials | 5th August, 2015

It is becoming much more difficult to keep people’s attention- especially online. This is not only because attention spans are decreasing (Microsoft study) but also because there are so many other things they could be doing online. When a person clicks on unknown website link, they have to be stimulated...

How to Install Jetty 8 on Ubuntu 14.04

by | Tutorials | 4th August, 2015

Overview Jetty is an open source Java HTTP Web Server and Java Servlet Container. Usually a web server or application server is used to serve content to people, Jetty on the other hand usually is used for machine to machine communication. Jetty is developed as an open source application under...