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Redirecting Your WordPress Blog Feed to Feedburner

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  • 25 Jan 2011
Using Feedburner is a great feature to track your blog traffic and setting up the redirects on your WordPress blog is really simple! This only works for WordPress blogs that have a hosting account! This will not work for the free WordPress blog. Below are the steps that need to be done to make your

Free Blogger Secrets Everyone Needs to Know

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  • 31 Jul 2010
Blogging doesn’t have to be difficult, I want to show you how to take 15 minutes to blog properly and how keeping a few things in mind will help both your SEO & SMO campaign. Where to Get Started: Creating A Blog Using Blogger: Setting up a blog is the 1st step in being able to

How to Create a Blog in Blogger & the Important Features to Include

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  • 31 Jul 2010
Here is your step by step instructions on how to create a blog using blogger.com. If you are a current Cal Coast client then we probably have already created a blog for you or will do so when we reach phase 6 of your SEO Campaign. Visit http://www.blogger.com/ If you already have a Google account,

Creating Sticky Post in WordPress

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  • 25 Aug 2009
Ever wanted to have one welcome blog post stick to the top of your wordpress blog so that no matter who visited the site they would always get to see the welcome?? Well you now can! To Sticky A Blog Post in WordPress: Log into WordPress Administration Panel Click New Post Write Out Title, and

Creating A Static Page in WordPress

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  • 25 Aug 2009
To create the static front page, go to the WordPress Administration Panels. Create two WordPress Pages from the “Add New Page” panel. Title one as “Home” (or another name) as your “static” front page. Set the “Home” template to the default template or any custom template. Add content you would like to see within the
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