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In the Intro to Search Engine Optimization (SEO) course we explore understanding keywords, researching them, and using them throughout your site. But let’s take a moment to dig a bit deeper. Is the term “keyword” something technical? The term “keyword” can feel technical and mysterious.Continue reading “Effective use of keywords”
Did you miss our podcasting workshop held on May 17th? If so, don’t worry! The full recording of the session, where we took a look into podcasting themes, related blocks, and how we can use the Site Editor experience to build our sites, can beContinue reading “Creating a Podcasting Site with Full Site Editing – workshop replay”
It’s easy to dismiss the idea that you’d ever be seen as a “thought leader” or influencer in your field. But with a little hard work, and a conscious effort to share useful, inspiring, or insightful content, you’d be surprised how achievable the goal reallyContinue reading “So you want to be a thought leader?”
May is going to be an exciting month for our workshops! Why’s that you ask? Because it’s the first month that our workshops will be available to all students, regardless of which course you’re enrolled in! While each workshop will be tied to a particularContinue reading “Mark your May calendars for these workshops!”
I’ve had an interesting situation with one of my podcasts but this also applies to blogs. My show is aimed at PR people working in organizations who need a bit of help. But who has been contacting me asking for advice? Students! While it’s greatContinue reading “Are you getting distracted by excited people?”
We are super excited to officially announce the changes that we’ve made to the WP Courses site! Where to start?! First, you’ll notice all the current courses on WP Courses are now free to anyone who is ready to learn. The simple reason: we loveContinue reading “The crowd goes wild!”
When we embark on a journey, it’s rare for us to do so without having some idea of how to navigate that journey. We use maps, or a GPS, or we get directions along the way… but we use some form of navigation to understandContinue reading “Navigating WordPress – workshop replay”
The choice between organizing content within one single site or maintaining two separate sites is a challenging one. Creators from all walks of life run into this dilemma. A common example I’ve encountered is with authors when they end up publishing books in different genresContinue reading “Multi-topic conundrum — One site or two?”
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