Posts tagged with ‘wordpress plugins’

  • Quick Tip: Create More Advanced Freelance Writer Websites With WordPress Plugins

    By Jennifer Mattern on February 17, 2015
    Your freelance writer website can be a vital tool in promoting your services, especially if you're new or if you focus on freelance writing for the web. We've talked about why you need a professional website, what your freelance writer website should include, and key elements of effective writer websites. Today let's take that a step further and look at […]
  • Quick Tip: Take Control of Your WordPress Revisions

    By Jennifer Mattern on December 23, 2014
    If you've been blogging with WordPress for a while, you probably know that WordPress saves several revisions of your posts as you create or edit them. These revision backups are saved when you save drafts or update live posts. WordPress revisions can come in handy if you made changes you aren't happy with or if you accidentally delete something from […]
  • Quick Tip: Back up or Clone Your WordPress Site with the Duplicator Plugin

    By Jennifer Mattern on August 26, 2014
    No matter what kind of website you run, frequent backups are a necessity. With WordPress sites and blogs that's especially true because of the frequent core, theme, and plugin updates you have to perform. Having a fresh backup means you can revert all, or a part, of your site if something goes wrong during the update process (or if you're […]
  • WordPress for Writers: Tips, Tricks, Plugins, and Hacks – Part 2

    By Jennifer Mattern on March 8, 2014
    In Part One of my post series on WordPress for Writers, I covered some of the most basic steps you should take and settings you should change right after installing the WordPress platform. In Part Two of this series, I'll share some WordPress plugins that I consider must-haves -- ones you might want to set up well before launching your […]
  • How to Create a Simple Blog Content Audit Spreadsheet

    By Jennifer Mattern on October 12, 2012
    Recently we talked about the basics of blog content audits. In the comments, Joanna Haugen asked about using spreadsheets to track your plans and progress as you go through the content audit process. I promised a simple tutorial on creating one, and that's what you'll find here. Export Your WordPress Data The first thing you'll want to do is export […]
  • The Niftiest WordPress Plugins for Serious Bloggers

    By Jennifer Mattern on November 19, 2008
    Are you serious about your blog - getting natural traffic, building reader relationships, and / or  earning a significant income blogging? If so, and if you use WordPress (the only blogging platform I recommend), then I hope you'll find these WordPress plugins useful in improving your blog. While I periodically use others depending on the blog, these are my must-have […]