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10 Things To Look For In A Good Blog Designer

In today’s hectic business climate it is important to work smarter. But when you have to choose an important service provider you need to slow down and make a deliberate, careful decision. This is particularly important when you are getting ready to put yourself out there on the World Wide Web in a new or newly-refurbished blog site. Choosing your blog designer is an important decision. Continue reading →

What to do if your site has been hacked?

So you take a look at your site and WTF? It's either disappeared and something else is there in its place or you are seeing a whole lot of gobbledy gook that certainly isn't your wonderful blog that you put hours and hours of work into. Well when you have finished hitting buttons on your keyboard and swearing at the screen, take a deep breath and remain calm! Continue reading →

How To Backup WordPress.

One of the most important things you need to learn how to do with your blog is backup WordPress. You need this before upgrading WordPress and before installing or updating some plugins. Also, if you have any issues with your blog AT ALL, if you have a backup, your blog can be back up and running in no time at all. If you don't then you could potentially lose ALL the work you have done on your blog so far. Continue reading →

WordPress 3.6 – Are You Ready?

Well it's a little later than planned but it's finally here - WordPress 3.6. I just upgraded and am pleased to say there were zero issues! Zero, Nada, Zilch! I'm amazed! (& pleasantly surprised). As with any major upgrade you can usually expect a few teething problems. I remember the upgrade to 3.5 - it came with a whole host of problems. Continue reading →

Updating WordPress and Updating WordPress Plugins

More and more people are reporting that their blogs have been hacked. To keep your blog secure you need to know about updating Wordpress and updating Wordpress Plugins. Out-of-date plugins and old versions of Wordpress are the number one cause for hacked blog sites. This should be a regular check that you perform on your blog. Continue reading →
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