Some SEO experts are recommending that we seriously consider using both Google and Bing Webmaster Tools to gain valuable insight into the factors that are contributing to our SEO success (or failure.) Both sets of tools include diagnostics such as indexing and crawling. Recently, (November 2013), Bing introduced “Connected Pages” to help you glean valuable information from your social media pages as well. (Will this be something that Google will follow suit with?)
There’s so much to do when you first launch a website (and yes, a blog is a website). So, today, let’s take a look at some of the basic steps that everyone should keep in mind. These tips range from avoiding a very common WordPress security vulnerability, to basic WP plugins, xml sitemaps and some tips on getting started with social media.
Did you know that the WordPress ADMIN user is a security vulnerability? Are you at risk of being a ping spammer? Here are 4 tips for new bloggers.
Just yesterday, I was visiting a blog and all of the posts were written by “Admin”. This is a common newbie mistake but it’s also a very dangerous one. I’ve written before about this being a security vulnerability. I’ve also written about other tips for newbies. Here’s my list of the top threetips that come to my mind. (Not all are about security. It’s an eclectic mix.) Feel free to add your tips in the comment section.