If you’re planning to start a blog, you can be forgiven for getting confused over which platform you should go with. There are a lot of options, and different services may work for a variety of uses or goals. So today, we’re comparing BlogSpot vs. WordPress to see which blog platform reigns supreme. We’ll walk through the various features of each and explore the pros and cons. We’ll also put to rest any confusion you may have about Blogger vs. BlogSpot, or WordPress.org vs. WordPress.com – they really are two different services, each using WordPress as the Content Management System (CMS). Ready to get started? Here we go!
You’ve got a blog. You publish great content regularly, you share your stuff on social media, and you’re growing your email list. Your subscribers open your emails, and sometimes they even reply and tell you that you’re doing a great job.
But there’s something missing. You started your blog with the hope that you’d be able to turn it into a money-maker down the track. And you’ve decided that time is now. But, you’re not sure what you need to do. You know there are bloggers out there making passive income from Amazon, but how are they doing it?
It’s called affiliate marketing and it’s an easy way to get started making money from your blog or site. Let’s dive into the nuts and bolts of affiliate marketing so you can see just how simple it is.
Have you noticed the one page website trend? There are now even one page WordPress themes to make the build-out process easier. But, what is a one-page WordPress theme exactly, and how do you set one up?
It follows you everywhere online. Comment on a blog, it’s there. But, what is a Gravatar anyway?
You’ve got a blog. And you’ve got a Twitter account. Are you ready to learn how to embed your Twitter feed in WordPress for a better match than you’ve seen since the latest season of The Bachelor?
It’s time for the ultimate showdown – MailChimp vs. Constant Contact – two email industry giants battle it out for email service supremacy.
When you think of email service providers, chances are your thoughts go straight to one of these two companies. They’re both strong contenders for a small business or solopreneur’s email service provider.