August 5, 2009

Survival Guide Chapter 4: Building a WordPress-powered website

by Deltina Hay

Here is part 4 of the series I will post over the next few months based on chapters from my new book, A Survival Guide to Social Media and Web 2.0 Optimization. This book is meant to be a guide to building an optimized foundation in the Social Web for beginners and advanced users alike. Chapter 4 of the book … Continue reading

July 24, 2009

Survival Guide Chapter 3: RSS feeds & blogs

by Deltina Hay

Here is part 3 of the series I will post over the next few months based on chapters from my new book, A Survival Guide to Social Media and Web 2.0 Optimization. This book is meant to be a guide to building an optimized foundation in the Social Web for beginners and advanced users alike. Chapter 3, the longest chapter … Continue reading

May 25, 2009

How to blog on WordPress.com video tutorial

by Chris Abraham

I recorded a video back in November 2006 titled WordPress.com – Step-by-Step Tutorial on How to Blog that has garnered 145,036 views. However, WordPress.com has gone through a number of look-and-feel updates in the last three years, so I thought I would update the video.

March 31, 2009

Comparing TypePad and WordPress for blogging

by JD Lasica

Both services are versatile, but WP has pulled ahead People still ask us all the time which blogging platform they should use. (Micro-answer: It depends on what’s important to you.) A few weeks back the team here stared down the issue ourselves when we made the decision to switch Socialmedia.biz from TypePad to WordPress. Why did we do it? Let … Continue reading

November 23, 2008

The key to a good blog

by JD Lasica

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Category: Weblogs
November 8, 2008

Web 2.0 Summit Day 3: Political roundtable, Al Gore

by JD Lasica

Web 2.0 Summit wrapped up its fifth annual tech conference with a bang this afternoon, with former Vice President (and former Next President of the United States) Al Gore giving a stirring talk. Above is one of several dozen photos I shot of Gore. I spent most of the day taking photos — here’s the 160-photo Flickr set. Meantime, here … Continue reading

Category: Politics, Weblogs