How to Become an Expert WordPress Blogger

You’ve got a sparkly new url and WP Dashboard, but you’re going to need to learn a few things before you can run your blog all by yourself. And that’s where I come in.

I’ve got 5 tips and tricks for you so you can navigate your new WordPress.org site with ease. These will take you from “Getting Started” to “Getting Stuff Done.” Today I’ll be sharing about how to subscribe to this blog so you don’t miss out on any important blogging help.

1) Subscribe to this blog

No, really. This will help. I’ll be blogging along with you every step of the way. What you see is what I see. You can comment when you don’t understand something and “Like” a post if you think it’s helpful. You’ll also get to see a range of features here on the Best Online Blogs site that you can enable on yours.

Finally, I’ll explain each assignment for the Intro to Marketing Class using this blog. Thanks to a plugin called JetPack (more on that later) you can setup an email subscription to your blog too. It only takes a few minutes.

What are you waiting for? Go to the sidebar and subscribe!

2) Setup Jetpack

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I know, another setup. Look, it’s not easy out here on the web. The great thing is that you don’t have to code everything yourself.

3) Learn How to Schedule Posts

Life comes at you fast… so have content on deck! I’ll show you the secret to constant content even when your schedule is super busy.

4) Learn How to Embed Videos

Videos increase the amount of time readers spend on your site. But how do we get them on here?

5) Utilize Key Words

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Content is King! Key words are how you let the people who are looking know that you have the answers. My last post in this series will go over keywords, how to use them, where to put them, and why they matter.

That’s it for today folks!

This post is a link post that I’ll be adding to every week for the next two weeks. As I add new subordinate posts, I’ll link to them here. 

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