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Why #WordPress vs Squarespace, Weebly, or Wix

Why WordPress vs Squarespace, Wix, or Weebly

By Courtney Engle Robertson | March 6, 2015

So, you need a website for your business.  You have plenty of options.  You may have heard about a few of these options even during SuperBowl commercials.  With so many choices, how will you know what will work best for your business?

#WordPress 4.1

WordPress 4.1

By Courtney Engle Robertson | February 9, 2015

I’m a bit delayed on sharing about the changes in self-hosted WordPress 4.1 (not WordPress.com), but here we go:

Twenty Fifteen

This new theme is a return to simple personal blogging. While Twenty Ten/Eleven/Twelve/Thirteen were great themes to build an entire website on, Twenty Fourteen was ideal for magazine layouts, and Twenty Fifteen is great a keeping blogging simple.

No Longer an Accidental Lurker

No Longer an Accidental Lurker

By Courtney Engle Robertson | January 6, 2015
No Longer an Accidental Lurker: I haven't been engaging. I know stuff, but I'm weak on relationships. I realized recently how much change needs to happen here.
How to Get Found in Mobile Google Search Results

How to Get Found in Mobile Google Search Results

By Courtney Engle Robertson | January 5, 2015

If someone searches for what your website offers, does it even display in mobile Google search results? It might startle you to know that since November, Google favors and primarily displays websites that are mobile-friendly if the user is searching on their mobile device.

WordPress WordCamp Baltimore

WordPress WordCamp Baltimore Liveblog

By Courtney Engle Robertson | October 18, 2014
WordPress WordCamp Baltimore Liveblog
#WordPress 4.0 Preview

Preview WordPress 4.0

By Courtney Engle Robertson | September 3, 2014
WordPress 4.0 will be released this week. While there are no drastic changes to come, lots of great tweaks have been made.

WordCamp NYC Liveblog

By Courtney Engle Robertson | August 2, 2014

While attending WordCamp NYC, I’ll keep my notes here.

WordCamp NYC

By Courtney Engle Robertson | July 30, 2014

Today’s task: packing for WordCamp NYC . Getting excited!

Also, testing omitting status post format from RSS.

printer friendly WordPress Website settings

Print Settings in WordPress Websites

By Courtney Engle Robertson | July 3, 2014
While your WordPress website may not be printed often, you can help the visitors that do want to print articles and offer them a few settings.
Heading tags help your readers #WordPress

Use Heading Tags to Help Your Readers

By Courtney Engle Robertson | June 26, 2014

Have you been using headings and heading tags in your blog posts?  If not, it’s time to dust off your posts and help your readers.

Heading Tags Make Reading Easier

heading tagsWhen you break the main ideas down into several sub-topics, it is a lot easier on readers to quickly skim the content.