For many people, the new year brings with it resolutions of better time management, improving your fitness, and blogging regularly.
If one of your resolutions is to create a blogging habit, Mickey Mellen offers helpful advice in his
365 days of blogging post.
I’m impressed he finished a year of blogging every day!
It takes a lot of planning and dedication!
Mellen shares thoughts on why he started writing every day, why you should blog, how to find ideas for posts, and how to plan out future posts.
I’ve been reading Mellon’s blog since early this year; his posts have inspired me to
improve my own writing.
Today is the last day of the WordPress Advent Calendar 2021.
I hope you enjoyed reading each daily post. Perhaps you’ve discovered some people in the WordPress community you didn’t know about before. ( I know I did!) Wishing you the best for the holidays. Continue reading
“Day 24: 365 days of blogging”
Everyone wants a fast WordPress website, one that displays content quickly when people visit.
Nothing is more frustrating than having to wait for a page or a post to load.
Continue reading “Day 23: Need for Speed”
You may remember Matt Mullenweg mentioning the
WordPress Photos Directory during his State of the Word 2021 keynote address this month.
According to the
directory’s Frequently Asked Questions, it
…provides free, high-quality,
CC0-licensed, community-submitted photographs suitable for use within WordPress sites and elsewhere.
Which means, photos in the directory can be used without attribution or payment.
A great resource for anyone looking to use photos, personally or commercially.
Continue reading “Day 22: WordPress Photos Directory”
If like me, you were disappointed there was no mention of accessibility in Matt Mullenweg’s
2021 State of the Word keynote address (the annual update on WordPress and future of open source), you can take action yourself.
WordPress Accessibility Meetup, a virtual meetup that hosts events twice a month on different topics focused on making WordPress website accessible to everyone. Continue reading “Day 21: WordPress Accessibility Meetup”
For many nonprofits looking for a web presence or a fully-featured website,
WordPress is the platform of choice.
Multiple reasons. WordPress is:
Well-known Free to download Offers a wide range of themes and plugins to customize the site
But how do you get started?
Continue reading “Day 20: The Nonprofit WordPress Guide”