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    Certified Cryptocurrency Expert, Problogger and Serial Entrepreneur


    How to create css buttons in WordPress with no ShortCodes!

    Shortcodes in WordPress are pieces of code that help you embed files or create objects that would normally require lots of complicated, ugly code in just one line.

    They were introduced in WP version 2.5 and since then have become one of the most useful features.

    When a shortcode is inserted in a WordPress post or page, WordPress will replace it with some other content while displaying the page/post to the reader. In other words, we instruct WordPress to find the macro and replace it with the appropriate dynamic content produced by a PHP function.

    For some simple virtual elements such as buttons, Shortcodes may be a little cumbersome. And to kick the ease out of the way, editing existing Shortcode features is not always so friendly.


    How to generate a list of your commentators and what to do with it.

    Blog commenting is a very profitable blogging exercise.

    When I got into blogging, I was quickly introduced to it and it worked so well for me. I was able to quickly grow my community by reading and dropping engaging comments on other blogs.

    I can vividly remember those my early days when commenting was a huge networking tool. Of course it still works today if properly practiced.

    One of the reasons blog commenting works so well for me is because I do not comment for the sake of backlinks. I comment for 2 main reasons:


    My Tweet Party Results: 6.6 million reach in ONE hour for free (OMG)!

    Tweet parties are a huge branding and traffic Twitter live event. But they are less popular.

    Few people talk about it. Bloggers hardly mention it. And these parties are quite easy to host. That’s the happy truth.

    It may costs absolutely nothing to do a successful Twitter chat party. You don’t have need for any complex software. No renting of party space.

    You need however some Twitter Apps. But these are free. Again, you don’t spend anything to run a successful party. Trust me you are going to like the idea by the end of this post. If my stats don’t get you fueled, then Twitter is certainly not for you.


    38 Most Recommended WordPress Hosting Voted by 135 Bloggers (2019)

    The WordPress Hosting Business seems to be a profitable deal. As the Content Management System and blogging tool becomes quite popular, the need for dedicated WP hosting services keeps growing.

    According to statistics, WordPress is the most used tool that powers online content with over 30% dominance. This content management giant has ceased from being a script.

    It’s grown into a huge industry with over 9 profitable business ideas. It allows users to create just any site, from simple presentation sites through blogs to complex eCommerce site.


    Business Process Automation (BPA) and Blogging! How does it work?

    Blogging in recent times has grown from simply creating and publishing text to a full blown income generating business.

    But sadly, many bloggers are still blogging like was done in those early days. I know some folks blog as a hobby. But how does that stop you from turning it into a business as this is easy to do?

    But there are two things you can add to blogging that will transit from a mere hobby to a full time income generator and I want to briefly touch on these:

    1. Adding a business to your blogging.
    2. Adding Automation to the business.

    Is Blogging a Business?

    Well, blogging isn’t business until you make it one. And there are different ways to turn blogging into any form of successful business:


    8 things you need to know about Solid State Drives (SSD) before buying one!

    I remember when I got into PC maintenance in the year 2001. Dealing with storage devices was a common daily activity.

    Mainly, we used floppy disk drive, Hard Disk Drive, CD-ROM (Compact Disc Read-Only Memory) and CDRW (Compact Disc-ReWritable). We never had any contact with Solid State Drives (SSDs) and don’t ask me why 😉

    Fast forward to 2004, I went into web development and Hardware maintenance became a thing of the past. As a matter of fact, one of the web hosting companies I worked with introduced me to SSD storage.

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