How to Choose a Plugin for Your Website

By the end of this post, you'll have a better handle on how to choose the right plugin for the bit of functionality you want to add to your website. The problem is that for nearly anything you want to, there are a bazillion different plugins. Some are free, some cost...

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Why Would MY Site Get Hacked?

In my previous post, I talked about no-code, non-techy WordPress security measures. When one of my friends read the post, she asked, "Why would I care about this? Why would anyone hack MY site?" And I realized that this is a pretty good question, and I probably should...

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3 Easy Beginner WordPress Security for Non-Technical Users

I'm going to give you three very easy ways to drastically reduce your chance of having your WordPress site hacked. Lots of folks who aren't really technical at all have WordPress websites and blogs, and that's one of the beauties of WordPress. Once you're set up, you...

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90 Day Blogging Challenge

AKA How to Make January Even More Hectic It's just that I've never been in the habit of writing. I like to build things, and I really like drawing, designing, visual-type activities. But, I know how beneficial writing is, for many varied goals. I even recommend that...

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What Will My Website Cost?

Whether you look at your website as an investment or simply a cost, the fact is, you're going to have expenses associated with it. Although there are a bazillion things to add on to websites, here are the basics. This info will help you talk with your web designer and...

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How to Think Like Your Site Visitors

If you're going to work on the structure of your website, then you'll want to think like site visitors and how they will approach your site. Why Bother with Thinking Like a Visitor? You're the expert, right? So why should you try to think like a visitor? Shouldn't you...

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