The main differences between a wiki and a blog are how each one handles content creation and how readers interact with that content. Where the Words Blog and Wiki Come From
A long time ago, I started my very first blog on a shared hosting plan with bluehost. After I installed Wordpress, I couldn't figure out how to login to my Wordpress dashboard. I tried for like 15...
As I point out in my general article on creating effective blog content, editing new blog content is time consuming. On average, I estimate that I spend at least twice as much total time...
Using a CDN will speed up your website and provide a better user experience. It provides an extra layer of redundancy and an extra layer of security. If you run a big site, a CDN might actually...
The term Web Hosting refers to the set of services required to store the files which comprise a websiteprocess any scripts or programs those files requiredisplay the resulting, complete web pages to...
If you could measure, in dollars, my level of totally-over-it regarding search engine optimization, I'd be like Jeff Bezos meets Voltron. I'd be so rich it'd be beyond ridiculous. I'd buy every acre...
I have a happy place in my mind where this website is so amazing and widely known that people cite it constantly in works of sociological and academic merit. Yeah, I know.
Hey! Before you jump in to this article, I'm going to warn you: This article is reeeeeealy long. It took a whole bunch of time to write, and it will take a while to read. I...
If you're working on choosing a topic for your new blog, it's helpful to approach the problem with a decent understanding of which topics have some profit potential built in, and which topics are really bad choices....
In the old days - the good old days, if you will - we didn't need fancy email hosting to communicate with the world. We just used whatever functionality was built into our domain host to...

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