There are many WordPress backup plugins out there. However, many of us bloggers are becoming increasingly aware of the setbacks of having many plugins on our blogs. The more the plugins, the more the risk. A few days ago, I got a guest post from Denis who wrote on Top 5 WordPress Backup Plugins. One of the readers in this comment asked me to come up with a post showing how to manually run this backup. That’s one of the reasons I’m coming up with this database backup solution.
This is a common question from most newbie Internet marketers and bloggers. In this post, we are going to take a closer look at how some well known expects define content marketing. We are also going to filter out some key points that characterize their definitions. We are not going to dwell on different formats of content marketing. What I want to drive home is a clear picture of what it is and how the money is made in it. [Read more...]
The importance of backing up your WordPress installation cannot be understated. Though WordPress Backup Plugins abound, this is easily one of the most overlooked security details for even some professional WordPress designers and developers. Backing up has to be one of the first things that you consider every time you make a shift or change to your site – a critical operation that can only be handled by the very best WordPress backup plug-ins. [Read more...]
Now, everyone is serious about building a blogging community. As a matter of fact, that’s the strong point of most successful bloggers. They spend more time building their communities and maintaining healthy relationships with community members. A strong and healthy community is a profitable source of income online.
Every blogger has an entirely different objective when it comes to creating a blog; there is no unanimous evaluation of success and there is really no right or wrong. However, for me, it is ALWAYS about creating something that is way more than “one of those blogs”.
For me, blogging is about being able to meet new people, network, share ideas, make friends, build meaningful relationships and to create a platform that will help different bloggers learn a lot of things. Maybe you have the same train of thought. You started your blog because you just love to write and because you want to share your ideas with different people, and also learn one or two things from them.