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WordPress Dot Com Vs WordPress Dot Org: What’s the Difference?

Today, we're going to answer an "age-old" question: WordPress Dot Com Vs WordPress Dot Org - What's the difference? We're talking comprehensive information here. And pictures. And comprehensive information in pictures.

By | December 21st, 2015|Online Marketing, WordPress|1 Comment

Quickly and Easily Move A WordPress Site From Development To Production

There are numerous ways to move a WordPress site from a development environment to the live, production environment, but there's one method I've found that makes things quick and easy for me. I thought I would share the process so [...]

By | February 6th, 2013|Online Marketing, WordPress|17 Comments

The Difference between WordPress.com and WordPress.org? Everything

Many people are confused by the two WordPress versions. A common question is, "Does it really matter which one I use?" Both are free to use, can be a site or blog platform, and both have the name "WordPress". However, the similarities end there, and the differences between the two WordPress versions are massive. In fact, they're worlds apart.

By | February 20th, 2012|Content Development, WordPress|0 Comments

WordPress – The Site, Blogging, Developing, Designing CMS Platform

The Rise Of The Phoenix WordPress – it’s a content management system, a blogging platform and “that place you put your blog on”. It’s often thought of in relation to blogs, but have you ever thought of it [...]

By | January 9th, 2012|Content Development, Online Marketing, WordPress|51 Comments

12 Steps to Creating a Business Blog

We’re buried in the Internet day in and day out. Being surrounded by the very things we talk about, it’s hard to remember sometimes that some people don’t have so much as the basics. Today, we’re going to walk you through one of the foundations of traffic building – a company blog. From the concept to the reality, here’s a step-by-step process to creating a company blog for traffic generation.

By | November 17th, 2011|Content Development, Online Marketing|0 Comments