WordAds – It’s Time to Make Money from WordPress.com Blogs

WordPress.com  (a free blogging platform) users are making money since long through different Ad agencies or by serving affiliate links. Advertisement platforms like Google Adsense are there to start with by placing the ad code through widgets. So the big news is not that WordPress.com users can now start making money but the big news is that they are going to have a unique and native advertisement platforms probably with more dedicated ads...

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3 Ways to Add Google+ Profile Widget on WordPress Blog

New social networking platform Google+ is getting popularity day by day. Many of us are already using this awesome platform and increasing the circle. Features like Hangout, Notification on search engine homepage, Spark and much more are really good in Google+. Even Facebook and Twitter are facing the heat and they are planning to come up with new features to compete with this new kid from search engine giant. Recently Facebook launched the...

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Google Webmaster Tools Showing WordPress Update Notification

Google has started notifying webmasters about updating the software platform they are using. For example, if you are using older version of WordPress for your blog then you may receive notification in Google Webmaster Tools message section saying that you should update WordPress to latest available version. This initiative from Google will help webmasters in keeping their backend up to date and secured. Actually the updated version of software...

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WordPress Installation via SimpleScripts

Popular web hosting service providers like Hostmonster, Bluehost etc. gives you cPanel where you can find SimpleScripts service icon to install application platforms in few clicks only. That way you save time in manually creating databases, FTP etc. for installation of applications. This is true for WordPress installation as well where you need to create database and then FTP files to the server. If WordPress setup is not able to create...

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Authorship Markup rel=”author” tag coming with WordPress 3.2 in Twenty Ten, Twenty Eleven Themes and Core

Google has announced that they are going to support authorship markup i.e. rel=”author” tag in website’s html. It will be a way to tell the search engine about the author of the content. Based on the data, Google can organize the author’s content in their index system and let people browse that from search results. Google is also going to use this data in finding out the originality of the content. You can add this rel=”author” tag in WordPress...

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