Much like how doctors make terrible patients, editors stink at editing their own writing. Even the best editors can often be blind to their own mistakes. Here's how to fix that.
So your blog made a splash... at first. But sustaining that can be next to impossible, especially if you’re writing said blog in your spare time. You're busy and the creative well is drying up. Is it time to let your blog die?
Mark my non-paid words: Tumblr is gonna be big...or rather bigger. Whether you're new to the blogging game or have been around the blogging block since Geocities was cool, you can definitely jump on the Tumblr bandwagon. Easy interface, clean design and 39 million blogs can't be wrong.
If you're a website junkie like me, you've probably heard some rumblings between the above the fold and scrollbar advocates when it comes to website usability. Like me, you're also probably wondering what all the hubbub is about. Well, wonder no more. Let's dig in.
In Part I of this series, we look at the importance of having RSS Feeds available on your site. With the rise of social media, many believe that feeds have become a thing of the past. This couldn't be further from the truth. Feeds serve a specific purpose and are just as important now as they have been in the past.
ExpressionEngine can do as little or as much as you need. It's made for those who speak web and for those who are barely web literate. Managing content and creating articles has never been easier.
You can create a website using HTML and a paperclip. You're basically the MacGyver of web development, but you can't write an article to save your life. Don't panic. You know what you want to write. We'll help you with the how.