Just recently, I updated WordPress from 2.8 to 3.0. Most tutorials including WordPress’s Codex, tell you how to update for a live blog, which is stored at your web host’s server. I could not find any information regarding manually updating an installation on a local computer (such as a testing server for theme development), so I wrote this article.
Welcome back to Day 2! Congrats on taking the first steps yesterday to becoming an internet entrepreneur! Now its time to create your blog and install some essential plug – ins that will help in your blogs S.E.O. as well as other convenient features.
Assumption #2 is that your hosting company installed wordpress for you (GoDaddy and Fantastico are the most common). This will automatically give your site the “permissions” necessary to make updates and upload your theme in wordpress.
When you post in Blogger, you can only “ping” a limited amount of sites, whereas with WordPress on your own domain you can ping as many blog directories as you want, and start getting more traffic.
Google has the authority to shut down your account without warning if they don’t like what you’re blogging about. You don’t have absolute control over your own blog. With wordpress tutorial, you own the domain name and the blog is hosted on your own account. You have full control over your content.
First of all, you will need an address for your site, or else how can internet users find you right? An internet address is also known as domain name. This allows you to brand your website with keywords relevant to your business or even the business name itself.
3)Now you can start posting! Here are some ideas on how to generate free one way backlinks which will help increase your rankings in the search engines, and bring traffic to read your blog. Happy Blogging!