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A Blogger’s Guide to The Best-Kept WordPress Secrets

WordPress is one of the most popular blogging platforms around.  Maybe people use it to run their whole site like we do here at (2BH).

Like anything, if you know how to use it, WordPress can be an amazing tool.  But if you don’t know how to use it, you’ll give yourself more work than is needed.


Check out this article called “The Devil Is in the Details: A Blogger’s Guide to Best-Kept WordPress Secrets” by Bob Dunn to learn 6 “small” wordpress tips that can really help you out…


“Last week, at BlogWorld in NYC, I found myself thinking about the conference in a different way. I had recently organized WordCamp Seattle for the first time. And as I watched BlogWorld unfold, I could relate to all the energy the organizers had expended up to then, and what they would be experiencing over the next three days—although BWE was easily 10 times bigger than my event. The key to a successful conference is attention to the details. because it’s the small things that can make a big difference in an attendee’s experience.”

“And as I finished presenting my session at BlogWorld, I thought about how the experience of WordPress users can also be affected by the small details. WordPress is notorious for hiding small, simple solutions. Some of the brightest people I know have struggled for hours with something that should just have taken them mere minutes.”

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