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Blogging, Mobile Devices and Compatibility

Back in July of 2008 I wrote a blog post on how to make a WordPress blog mobile phone compatible.  Fast forward to a few days ago when I received a comment from Amy Young. She reminded me that blogs should be mobile compatible. I knew that at one point in time No Job for [...]

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Lessons Learned while Changing Blog Themes

Aside from the technical aspects that I learned while changing themes (such as installing WordPress in another directory and linking it to the root), I learned that it’s good to go through your blog every once in a while and tighten up a few things. Typical Newbie Mistake Eons ago when I started this blog [...]

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Something’s Different Here

Notice Something Different"

We’re in for a bumpy ride.  I changed the theme (yet again), and am still working on getting it to do what I want it to do. This is just a short post to let you know that you did reach No Job for Mom.  She’s just wearing a new dress.

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Another Blogging Plugin-LinkWithin

Now that I’m not on a breakneck writing pace, I’ve got time to goof off a lot more. I noticed on Prerna and Kidgas’ blogs they had a neat little linking tool that linked to other posts within their blogs.  I didn’t notice it at first, but as I continued to visit their blogs, I [...]

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Toying Around with Plugins

I just found a cool little plugin to help me keep track of my monthly writing goals (checkout the progress bar on the right).  I find that charting my progress works well for me.  The only way I was able to maintain this month’s membership in the Double O Club was because I charted my [...]

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Neat Little WordPress Plugin for Moving Comments

I quickly found yesterday, that I needed a plugin to help me take comments from one post and place them on another. It’s not that I’m changing the content of the comments, it’s just that I felt the comment would better serve the community (not to mention keep me on track), if the comments were [...]

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How to Handle Some Comments

On occasion I receive comments with typos. On occasion I upload posts/articles with typos. It happens. When I catch a typo in my work or someone else’s work I either correct it or notify the author of the typo. I’d rather someone correct me than allow my work to stay forever incorrect on the internet. [...]

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Things One of My Blogs Taught Me

I decided to truly analyze one of my blogs that started earning money from the first month of being on the web. That surprised me because it doesn’t get a lot of traffic. Since it consistently earns money each month, I decided to see what I had done differently on that blog that I had [...]

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It’s All About Passion!

This is a quick post, but I wanted to give a shout out to Will Leon. Will is a passionate Tennessee Titans fan. Quite a while ago Will created a blog with googobs of great information on the Titans and its players but he let it go dormant for a while. Will recently revived his [...]

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Do You Have a Sitemap?

If you have a website or a blog and you have not added your site map to Google Webmaster tools, you should take the time to do so. Back in the Stone Age when I first got online I barely knew what a sitemap was. I spent some time reading in various forums trying to [...]

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