If you have seen this site in the last 24 hours, you may have spotted something new – yes – please welcome to the brand new Winwar Media design! This design is the third design, and I wanted to do this for a while. The reason being is that the old site was a bit
I wasn’t planning writing this post – but advice from the Problogger.com forum convinced me to! Last week I headed to Sascon to meet like minded social and SEO peeps, learn a lot and drink unhealthy amounts of alcohol. One of the more anticipated talks by myself was the WordPress SEO talk late on the
Something I’ve been testing on You’re Supposed To Be At Home is WordPress’ internal tag function. Tags are largely unused on blogs nowadays, and with good reason – tag pages create duplicate content. Often people just block them from search engines, but instead of blocking them, you can turn your tag pages into marvellous search
In the past few weeks I’ve been testing a bunch of software packages for rank checking. It’s a cornerstone of an SEO’s arsenal of tools, and there’s a number of them out there. But which is the best? After all, whilst it isn’t the most important metric for an SEO campaign, it is one of
Think Visibility’s March 2011 was a great way to spend my 27th Birthday. Full of like minded individuals, copious amounts of beer and general learning and merriment. Thinkvis (as the cool kids call it) is a one day conference full of interesting presentations and discussion. Rather than writing a long blog posts (as I’ve stared
WordPress 3.1 was released yesterday with a massive fanfare. The fact it’s now a 3.1 release means that there’s significant new features added, rather than just bug fixes. What’s New? Although there’s a full list of updates on WordPress’ website, here’s the features I’m most looking forward to:- Internal Linking – Auto target keywords to
If you read anywhere near the scale of blogs I do, you get the hard sell on various pieces of software a lot. Often a lot of the reviews of things are positive and the software’s official website are often those long sales pages that look basic, promise the world & are difficult to leave.
I’m a huge fan of Woothemes themes, they can be uploaded & installed in seconds, have a nice framework & are able to be edited. I’m also a huge fan of Digg Digg & Sexybookmarks. Unfortunately, when testing with the free theme Bueno by Woothemes with a new blog – You’re Supposed To Be At
I was recommended by Shane to have a read of Rework, the business book from the chaps at 37signals. Now, call me a little unprepared but I’ve only read one such self improvement book before (and that was the Highway Code, so that hardly counts), so I wasn’t quite sure what to expect. I’m not
I’ve released a new version of InComment. Nothing major, just a few minor changes. The changes explain better (and within the email) what “No Referrer” means. To download, click on the link below. If you like it, please consider voting for it on WordPress.org. Visit the InComment page to download it.