Just how popular is WordPress? Who is using WordPress? Should I use WordPress for my blog? Our WordPress usage statistics will help you find out.
Here are the most current TED Talks, in easy to enjoy format.. Continue reading “TED Talks – Slide Deck”
Ranking of Best Selling Internet Products
1 Women’s Apparel
3 Computer Hardware
4 Computer Software
6 Toys / Video Games
7 Videos DVD’s
8 Health and Beauty
9 Consumer Electronics
12 Office Supplies
13 Linens / Home Decor
15 Sporting Goods
17 Small Appliances
18 Tools and Garden
Some helpful links in getting your ecommerce business started
A great article on “How to Find The Perfect Product to Sell”
A terrific list of resources “The Ultimate Ecommerce Business Toolbox”
This is the Periodic Table of SEO Success Factors, their relevance and importance. Here is the philosophy behind it and more explanation.
Here is an infographic of WordPress over the last 10 years.
WordPress is now the most popular CMS out there. 22% of all websites are powered by WordPress. Over 60 million websites.
Amazing in just 10 years.
Try this online image editor from Aviary.com. To try it, click the edit photo button under the picture. After you are done, click the save it button, then you can download it in the modified format (right click save). The original on my server, will not be affected. When you come back to this page the original version will show up, not your modified one.
In my mind, for any business or serious blogger WP.org is the obvious choice over WP.com. The power of open source code and access to 25,000 plugins via .org WP sites certainly outweighs the maintenance free slight advantage of .com WP. Here is a good graph created by WPMU.org showing the differences.
I just put up a new WordPress website for my long time friend Caroline Greer. She is working with couples and individuals seeking to adopt in the New Mexico area. Her website is http://nmadoptionsupport.com . Please check it out.
I just installed the plugin for the Google (XML) Sitemap generator located here. It did not work. It said it created Sitemap.xml however I got the 404 error page not found. No file was there. Tried submitting to google webmaster tools and it couldnt find it either. So… I scrapped the whole thing and found a bunch more google sitemap generators via the plugin search on WP. I installed the one with the most stars and Bingo! worked in less than a minute. Zero configurations to be made which I guess is good .. or maybe could be bad. Who knows.. at least this will help the SE robots cruise my site more frequently and pick up current posts. It should work especially for google and bing. Yahoo has a funny need to register something with them but I got really messed up trying to get an API key from them… so scrapped it. Who uses yahoo search anymore anyway.