The coronavirus pandemic is affecting food and travel bloggers along with the rest of the world. But bloggers should have an easier time adapting.
A Virginia priest has decided to go against his bishop's order after he was banned from blogging to keep his flock informed during the coronavirus pandemic.
The worldwide scare over the novel coronavirus just led to the cancellation of two major WordCamps, special events where WordPress users gather.
When I check my blog analytics, my front page bounce rate is the only specific bounce rate measurement that I worry about.
A small controversy is brewing over banning the Trump MAGA hat from WordCamps as a symbol of hate. Should we single out that hat?
A digital content marketing guru recently told conference attendees that when we blog, we are writing for Google, not our blog's actual audience.
Once upon a time, bloggers could use an unfortunate practice called keyword stuffing to improve their blog's search rankings. Yes,...
Most of us who blog regularly do our best at proofreading before we publish. Sometimes, we rely on software as well as our own eyes.
This week (on Friday, to be exact), this blog will reach its 16th anniversary. In some ways, it seems like just yesterday when I posted my first post.
I recently came across a post listing nine blogging tools bloggers should want in his or her arsenal. One in particular stood out for me.
Over the years, I've talked a lot about comments: Are they important? Should you allow them? Should you turn them off? Is deleting comments ever OK?
As a blogger, I'm a big believer in having evergreen or rainy-day posts on hand for times when last-minute emergencies might otherwise make you miss a post.
Even bloggers who don't make any income on their sites need to pay attention to privacy regulations. And a new law just took effect on Jan. 1!