Adsense, affiliate marketing, and selling ebooks are all good methods of monetizing a blog. However, you won’t be able to make enough money with those methods if your blog doesn’t generate at least 1,000 visitors a day.
In March we’ve updated 10 of our themes and made altogether 20 releases. Let’s briefly go through all the updates we’ve made.
The initial drills on individual topics were kind of painful to wade through, but slowly, things started coming together and my excitement grew as projects become more real-life (and complex).
Setting up a backup system for your website is one of the most important things you must do immediately after installing WordPress. Yet it’s also one of the things most of us choose to ignore.
Why? Because most people rely on their web hosting provider’s “daily backup” services and put their complete faith and business in the hands of the web hosting company.
That is a big mistake they’ll soon regret. Here’s why.
For the past 7 years, sliders (or carousels if you want) are something almost every website has. It’s a common practice. Something that we are all used to. It’s the first thing your visitor is going to see on your website. It’s make-it-or-break-it moment. The slider images has to make an excellent first impression or you are going to lose your visitor forever.