Let’s face it, RSS feeds are not read by ‘normal’ people.
Real, non-techie people haven’t a clue what RSS is, or how to use Google Reader.
That’s OK if your blog is about geek or tech subjects. But if you’re trying to get regular readers for a site about cross stitch, don’t expect RSS readers to hit even the double figures if all you have is a feed button on your blog.
Adding a profile picture to WordPress is much easier than you might think.
But it also doesn’t work in anything like the way WordPress normally handles graphics, so confusion is OK.
So Why Add a Profile Picture to WordPress?
Three very good reasons.
Firstly, in many WordPress themes the profile pic will automatically appear on your author page. I’m talking self-hosted WordPress here, but if you’re using WordPress.org this will also apply if you’re using the author widget.
Secondly, that same photo will appear next to all comments you make on your blog (you know, when you reply to other people who add a comment). Again, depending on theme, but most themes do this.
You automatically get a 60 day money-back guarantee with Clickbank – so here’s how to get that refund.
OK, first things first. Clickbank is a reputable, ethical provider of digital products – that’s software and ebooks to you and me. They don’t produce any products, they just act as the payment gateway and product delivery system for people who want to sell those products.
Now people can’t just sell any old rubbish through Clickbank, products do have to be approved.
But sometimes there are products that don’t live up to the marketing hype for example. Or maybe the vendor isn’t being quite so forthcoming about that ‘no questions asked money-back guarantee’. Or maybe you just accidentally ordered twice thinking it hadn’t worked first time.
We may not all have the dream of retiring early and hitting the open road in a luxury RV.
But whatever your early retiree dream is, building passive income blogs has got to be one of the most popular (and still realistic) ways to achieve that dream.
Jose and Jill Ferrer started their dream road trip back in 2005. They went all in too – retired early, sold the house to buy a 40 foot luxury motor home… and now make an income blogging while on the road.
Here’s a quick basic tutorial on how to create a link in Yahoo mail.
What we’re talking about here is a ‘clickable’ link (or ‘hyperlink’) – that is, a link the recipient of the email can just click on to open the web page. They won’t have to try and copy and paste a long complicated looking link.
It’s really easy to do but until someone shows you how the first time, it’s definitely not obvious. And Yahoo don’t seem to provide much help on actually using their email system. So here’s how, step-by-step. Continue reading “Creating a Link In Yahoo Mail”