I simply can’t stress enough how important it is to host your blog with a good web host. What makes a good web host?
The key is a host that provides fast loading time and an impeccable uptime record.
Keep in mind that uptime is absolutely essential, as you need your readers to be able to access the content on your blog 24/7. After all, if potential customers go to visit your blog only to find that it is down, they could very well take their readership (and their business) elsewhere.
In addition, speed is becoming increasingly important in terms of SEO. Google has been using site speed as a critical ranking factor since 2010. A faster blog host means a faster blog, which translates into higher Google rankings.
CMS Commander Review – Presenting a tool to help you manage multiple WordPress blogs using one password.
One of the tough things we have to deal with as website owners and Webmasters is the lack of affordable tools to effectively manage multiple WordPress sites from within one dashboard. As business grows, you consequently find yourself having to maintain 2 or more WordPress blogs.
This is not easy at all given the technical, administrative and security challenges we are called to face every single minute.
As a routine, you will have to deal with themes and plugins updates, comment moderation, file and database backup, content publication, user management, security and a lot more activities that constantly demand your attention.
One of the things we hear so often on the blogosphere is to ‘treat your blog as a business’. Now, this does not mean you should go enroll in some business management course.
It simply summarizes that you should be a little more organized and give your blog a more professional touch.
Treating your blog as a real business is a solid advice assuming you want or plan to generate income from your blog. Like any other business online or offline, there are principles of success that must be followed. Let’s look at a few basic things you need to be a business blogger;