Archives: August 2011

How long does it take for content to show up on Google?

        Filed under: Case Studies, Google, SEO

Myth: It takes weeks or months to optimize a website for Google Nowadays, with Google’s real-time search, content shows up on search engines almost instantaneously. Case study: noitabqni7002 Ten minutes ago, I submitted a search query to Google using a strange string of characters, “noitabqni7002” and received the following results: So, I created a blog … Continued

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Matt Mullenweg – State of the Nation: WordPress 2011

Matt Mullenweg – State of the Nation: WordPress 2011

        Filed under: Web Design

Syndicated from State of the Word Posted August 19, 2011 by Matt Mullenweg. This has been an exciting year for WordPress, powering 14.7% of the top million websites in the world, up from 8.5% last year. The latest data show 22 out of every 100 new active domains in the US are running WordPress. WP first … Continued

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How to add a target _blank on a WordPress menu item

        Filed under: How to, Web Design, WordPress Design

The new features of WordPress 3.x are great and allow us to customize the websites and manage the content flexibly. The Menus module is one of those wonderful features, but by default, it doesn’t allow to specify some attributes of the  menu items, like the “target”. In my opinion, the WordPress administration area design is … Continued

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WordPress vs Drupal vs Joomla infographic

        Filed under: SEO, Web Design

Brilliant infographic by Devious Media There is a reason why WordPress is the most popular open source CMS on earth.  But, if I need a more powerful, enterprise solution and budget was less of an issue, then my fallback would be Drupal.  There is a reason why is powered by Drupal.

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