This week WordPress announced they updated their contact form builder for sites on WordPress.com. They also announced they were releasing a plugin that gives self hosted WordPress sites (i.e. WordPress.org) the same contact form. Now the release of a plugin, especially one that is so utilitarian … Read more about WordPress Releases New Contact Form Plugin
Or, Why You Should Attend a WordCamp Near You I know. WordCamp Savannah was months ago back in the sultry summer days of August. You're probably wondering why I'd write about it now. I mean it's almost Christmas! Well there are a couple reasons. First, I never really shared what WordCamps are … Read more about WordCamp Savannah Flashback
There are some huge problems with websites built entirely with Flash. As a website owner, you need to know about them before you choose a service providing all Flash based websites because it has serious implications. Flash is Popular Flash is a very popular tool for web designers and for … Read more about What Everyone Ought to Know About Flash Website SEO
I ran across this informative infographic this morning which shows some interesting info about the WordPress platform. It was created by the folks at Tech King (and you can find the original here if you want a larger size.) WordPress Thoughts A few things stand out to me looking through these … Read more about Infographic Shows WordPress Top Open Source CMS
There is no denying that social media is a huge phenomenon. At least 16 of the top 20 biggest websites in the world (according to Alexa) have some kind of a social media component. And of course Facebook, the granddaddy of all social media sites, claims over a half a billion users! Numbers like … Read more about Are You Making This Huge Social Media Mistake?
When it comes to their websites, most business owners focus on the wrong things. And it's not that the things they focus on are bad. They just aren't the most important features of their sites to really help them attract new customers with their sites. Generally speaking businesses focus on how … Read more about 7 Features of an Effective Business Website
Search Engine Optimization is a must for any website that wants traffic. The thing is, SEO can be a bit complicated to pull off, especially if you're not so technically inclined. Fortunately Scribe makes optimizing your website easy. SEO is Complex In order to master SEO you first have to … Read more about Pushbutton SEO for WordPress Drupal and Joomla with Scribe
One of the strengths of WordPress is that it does very well in the search engines right out of the box. And then there are a ton of things you can do to give and extra boost to that natural SEO strength that WordPress has by default. One of the easiest things to do is change the default WordPress … Read more about Choosing the Best WordPress Permalink Structure
One of the great things about WordPress is how easy it is to add custom functionality just by installing plugins, which are simply packages of code that can easily be added and removed from a WordPress installation. There are currently well over 11,000 plugins available for free in the WordPress … Read more about Top 10 WordPress Plugins for Small Business Websites
You may have noticed that I recently re-themed SuccessCREEations here using the Genesis Theme Framework from StudioPress. There are several reasons why I did this. But before I get into them I want to say one thing. Even though I decided to change this site, I still believe Headway is a great … Read more about Why the Genesis Theme Framework for WordPress is Great For Small Business
It's been an interesting couple of weeks in the WordPress world. And much of the excitement has been centered around one premium WordPress theme: Thesis. Now before I get into all this I feel I should point out that I am an affiliate with Thesis, along with several other premium WordPress themes. … Read more about Has Thesis Developer Chris Pearson Torpedoed His Business?