There are plenty of buzzwords and phrases when it comes to blogging. But one of them that I really believe in is simple: Quality over quantity.
Last week, I learned something new about customizing your blog's browser icon. WordPress makes is easy...if you know where to look.
WordCamp US announced plans to hold its annual camp virtually because of continued concerns about the coronavirus pandemic.
In early March, I made a small but important strategic change to my front page. So here's a quick bounce rate checkup to see if the change is helping.
Back in January, I came up with an idea to make sure I had a supply of backup blog posts just in case I hit a brick wall in content creation.
Meeting blog deadlines is an important part of blogging because it helps your audience learn when to stop by. But in a pandemic, it's easier said than done.
A former star of 'The Office' complained about how food bloggers take too much time getting to the recipes they're writing about.
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.