Last week I mentioned, “Due to popular demand, and the growing desire to learn WordPress, LearnWebDevelopment.com, has announced that they’ll host one of their hugely popular WordPress Bootcamps in May.” The only catch is that it’s starting soon and, because of that, early-bird pricing is also ending soon: Thursday, May 2, 2013 at midnight. After […]
LearnWebDevelopment.com initially planned to wait until Fall 2013 to host another WordPress Bootcamp. But, their students had other intentions.
Due to popular demand, and the growing desire to learn WordPress, LearnWebDevelopment.com, has announced that they’ll host one of their hugely popular WordPress Bootcamps in May.
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Flat design is becoming increasingly popular in the design and development space. When we say “flat” we are referring to the minimalist approach to design. We remove borders, shadows, variants, 3d elements to come up with a very clean simple and flat design. Minimal design has been popular for a while and it seems that flat conceptual working is taking that to next level. In this post we have put together some beautiful iPhone applications with flat design. If you like these designs you might also want to check out our previous post below.
Setting up your own website used to be a very difficult task. In those days you really need to hire a professional to create even a simple web page. Back in those days you need to have the knowledge of coding CSS and HTML. Now even an amateur can create his or her own website because of content management systems or CMS. After you purchase your web host or if you prefer to get free hosting, you just need to install the CMS and in just a short moment you can already set up your own website that you’re very happy with. You can set it up the way you want and you don’t need to learn how CSS or HTML works, as CMS makes it much easier with their scripts.
There are a number of Content Management Systems available that are either offered for free or at a price. Choosing the CMS for you must depend on what you need and how advanced the CMS you prefer. There are many CMS that is really user-friendly while others are intended only for the professionals who know how to make their own scripts. Here are the 20 Most Used Content Management Systems:
Setting up a blog and writing content is easy. It is how you get more traffic to visit your blog that is hard. It takes patience and a lot of determination to get a high rank for your website. You can’t automatically expect that simply because you set your WordPress blog live then everyone else would know about it. It’s like giving birth to a baby, you would have to painstakingly take care of it, teach it how to crawl then walk. Eventually that baby will grow up and will be walking around and talking to you. Same applies to blogs. You can’t expect it to give you results straight away and you need to be patient to feed it with what it needs in order for it to enjoy having more traffic.
WordPress is a great venue to create your own blog as it offers features that will help you in building your audience. There are different ways to get traffic for your WordPress blog. What you want is quality traffic from your target audience. Here are the 25 practical ways to get more traffic to your WordPress blog.