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What is RSS? And How to Add it to WordPress

What is RSS? Well, RSS stands for “Really Simple Syndication”, though its origin can be traced to “Rich Site Summary”. In simple terms, RSS a medium of syndicating a website’s content in a highly efficient and organized manner. Released in the year 1999, RSS had a huge impact on the evolution of the Internet – specifically how content was consumed. People no longer needed to visit…
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How To Build A Crowdfunding Website With WordPress

Crowdfunding websites such as Kickstarter, RocketHub, and Indiegogo have helped get some great projects off the ground including the Pebble watch, the Ouya video game console, and a consumer 3D printer. However, if you have a project you want to find financial backers for…
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How To Add Advertisements To WordPress

Displaying advertisements in your blog is one of the surefire ways of generating a steady revenue stream. Depending on the amount of traffic your blog receives, you stand to charge up to 1000 to 2000 USD for a single banner. Of course, that would demand a very popular site in a select niche. Traditionally, webmasters have been using Google AdSense to monetize their site. The CPC rate in Google…
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How To Send Out Client Invoices Through WordPress

One of the worst parts of invoicing clients is having to remember all the services you offered when moving over to a completely different software to send out the invoices to your clients. You have to remember every two weeks or month to send them out and it becomes a huge…
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How to Run Multiple WordPress Sites from a Single Dashboard

How many WordPress sites do you manage? Most beginners start off with just one to try selling a product or to feature their stories, but what if you stumble upon a brilliant new idea, therefore requiring another WordPress site? Or what if you want to build a business around…
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How To Run A Global Summit Teaching WordPress

Currently there’s a global virtual event going on, called WP Summit. It’s running until March 25, bringing together 28 experts on WordPress and online business. I created this event, because I felt the need for it when I started my career in online business in early 2013. There were blogs about WordPress, but no comprehensive resource, presenting the information I needed like a step-by-step…
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How to Track Social Metrics From Your WordPress Dashboard

When was the last time that you examined the way users share your posts and pages to their social media accounts? It might initially seem strange to worry about how many people tweeted your last blog post, but such counts and trends give you a strong way to see how popular your site is, which pages/posts work and whether you’re gaining traction with search engines. Because social media is such…
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