WordPress is a popular website and blog platform among small businesses. However, if you aren't diligent about security, you might just get hacked -- which is what happened to me. Throughout the process I thought it would be helpful to share how to secure your WordPress website.
Gone are the days when just having a website was enough. Blogging is the fastest and most efficient way to gain visibility for your brand, product or service. In my opinion maintaining a blog is a great way for your business to get in front of prospective customers.
Today, students are facing a different kind of job market than they did in the past. Employers are not only tracing our digital footprints but also viewing portfolios and résumés online and learning about us with the click of a link.
For the traveler, every act of uploading data from the road is an act of performance. The traveler, by virtue of their circumstances, is unconsciously placed on a kind of social stage for the people they've left behind.
Once again we come back to the very real threat this kind of malware presents to the small- to medium-sized business who will very commonly use these kinds of free and open source tools to build up and maintain their online presence.
People don't share boring content. And even on the rare instance that someone does share a boring video or a blog post, it won't get that far anyhow. You owe it to your people and the cause to become the best creator/curator of content you can be.
With this post, Arrington defines the lay of the land for his new blog and addresses many of the criticisms he encountered involving claims about the conflict of interest between his practice of investing in startups and TechCrunch's journalistic mission.
WordPress.com announced that there are now more than 50 million blogs powered by WordPress's open source software. About half of those blogs are hosted at WordPress.com while the others reside on blog owners own servers or server space rented from hosting providers.
I'll be looking out for great things from influencers, brands and startups alike at SXSW this year. Having the opportunity to get in on the ground floor with these technologies, and to listen and learn, is invaluable.