Scribe SEO Review

This is the most biased Scribe SEO review you’ll ever read. Why? Well, for one, I designed and developed scribeseo.com. Secondly, I had a hand in the development of the Scribe platform. That said, bias isn’t all that bad. In fact, in this case it just allows me to give you a magnified review of … Continue reading Scribe SEO Review

Scribe

Scribe is a unique tool that allows online publishers to analyze and optimize their content on the fly. Traditional SEO tools don’t integrate so seamlessly with the creation of the content. That’s why its perfect for web writers, bloggers, affiliate marketers and entrepreneurs. Scribe is a WordPress plugin combined with an API that allows you … Continue reading Scribe

Trial: Five $300 PSD > Child Themes

I generally spend most of my time consulting and designing custom sites, but not everyone needs that service. For the rest, a decent design conversion fits the bill. There’s plenty of PSD to WP conversion companies out there, but none that tailor to child themes, specifically. So I’m giving this a test run. The first … Continue reading Trial: Five $300 PSD > Child Themes

What is Your WordPress Experience Level?

[polldaddy poll=2641979]The most successful marketers have one thing in common — they know their audience. Unfortunately, I’ve taken my site in so many directions over the years that my audience has consistently changed, rather than consistently grown. So that’s mistake #1 that I made. Mistake #2 is that since I’ve decided on the general goal … Continue reading What is Your WordPress Experience Level?

Safe to Use @font-face Yet?

If you’re not familiar with @font-face yet don’t fret. For years web-safe fonts have been the only easily used fonts for web designers. Along the way, Flash and image alternatives have been made up to accommodate the barren typographic landscape of the web. The obvious reason for lack of web-safe fonts is that displaying a font on a website … Continue reading Safe to Use @font-face Yet?

WordPress Tips 2010

For the past two years I’ve give ten tips on how to better use WordPress so I wanted to continue the tradition. This time, however, I’m taking a bigger picture look at the WordPress horizon. These “tips” are less tangible than adding a snippet of code to a template or installing a new plugin. Still, you’ll surely find them helpful for understanding WordPress more as well as keeping up with the always evolving software.