We are big fan’s of Mary Meeker’s Internet Trends report – and this year is no exception! We have embedded the slideshow and point out some of her more interesting observations below. Enjoy! KPCB Internet trends 2014 from Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers Trends we loved: Smartphone Subscribers: +20% strong growth though slowing…fastest growth in underpenetrated … Read More
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With the ongoing “Panda” updates, bloggers need to be aware of how Google’s latest algorithm changes can effect their website rankings. Note that search engine strategies that had worked before, may no longer apply. In response to this, Danny Sullivan posted this great table on Search Engine Land and we just had to share it … Read More
One of the best ways to attract readers to your blog (beyond awesome content) is to stay on top of search engine optimization (SEO) developments. Matt Cutts, a Google software engineer, shares what his team is working on and how it can effect your WordPress-powered website.
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ContentRobot is pleased to announce the launch of our latest service: BlogDroid – intelligent WordPress hosting. This new platform features fast, secure, and reliable servers and offers a first-rate experience for WordPress users. Back in 2008 … BlogDroid has been in the works for quite some time. The original concept, sketched back in 2008, stated … Read More
WordPress Doesn’t Need Much to Run Self-hosted WordPress itself doesn’t have a lot of requirements to run. In fact, WordPress.org mentions only these: PHP 5.2.4 or greater MySQL 5.0 or greater The mod_rewrite Apache module In theory, that means the majority of Unix-based hosts should be able to successfully house any WordPress-powered site – but … Read More