Upgrade WordPress Yourself? Yes, You Can!

Upgrading the version of WordPress you were using used to be a rather arduous task, requiring knowledge of FTP (File Transfer Protocol) and server access, which quite frankly, was just a bit much for a lot of folks. End result? Upgrading WordPress to the latest...

DIY SEO: Step 6 – Commenting

This is the eighth post in our DIY SEO for WordPress series. Commenting is one of the easiest ways to drive traffic to your site. Assuming you’ve got great content waiting for your visitors when they get there, it’s also a great way to initiate...

DIY SEO: Step 5 – Make Navigating Your Site Easy

photo credit: Matter = Energy This is the seventh post in our DIY SEO for WordPress series. This step really has more to do with your site overall, rather than individual content. Though you do want to have a site navigation plan in place from day one, some of what I...

DIY SEO: Step 4 – Keyword Density

This is the sixth post in our DIY SEO for WordPress series. Short, but illuminating exercise today: determining your keyword density. What’s Keyword Density? Keyword density is how often your keywords appear in your text relative to other words. Let’s say...

DIY SEO: Step 3 – Headings, Bold and Italics

This is the fifth post in our DIY SEO for WordPress series. We’re heading into more familiar territory in this step. You’re probably already used to highlighting words and phrases within your text using bold and italics. The only thing new here is to be a...