WP Blogging Nerd (WPBN) is designed to help you on the way to a successful blog or site – from setup to success.
When you decide to start a blog or website you’re rarely aware of all that you can or should do. This often leads to a long learning process postponing your success. It can also become an expensive – and not fun – adventure.
I’ve been there. Not knowing anything – and learning from scratch. It’s taken 9 years and 10 websites so far and there’s not really an end in sight as learning is a life-long process in the digital age.
As I have asked myself the same questions you’re asking yourself now, I’ve designed WPBN as a one-stop solution for you. Here you can find how-to guides, reviews, and solution analysis that will help you customize and optimize your WordPress site.
For beginners I recommend the categories Start a Blog, Setup of WP Blog, and Troubleshooting & Maintenance. They will help you find your way around options as free blog or professional blog, choosing a domain name, choosing a hosting provider, working with widgets, and setting menus. You’ll also learn to resolve issues as plugin incompatibility or accessing your blog when locked out.
You can also ask for help with issues you can’t resolve yourself – for free.
For intermediate and advanced users I recommend the categories SEO for Bloggers and Content Optimization. There you can find the newest SEO and content trends as optimization for long tail keywords, efficient page speed optimization, topical authority, and much more.
New topics are added all the time but if you, after checking the available topics, still don’t find what you’re looking for, please don’t hesitate to contact me. I’ll be happy to do the research for you and help you find the answers you need. You can always expect a quick answer to your inquiry (up to 12 hours).
Disclaimer: The content on WPBloggingNerd is the result of comprehensive research or experiments. It’s important to understand that such theory isn’t always universally true and should be taken with a grain of salt. Links to sources are always provided as a way to give attribution to authors and document sources.
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