Liz Curtis Higgs answers the question – “If you write two different kinds of books…do you need two different websites?” The answer may surprise you.
Every day, an army of evil computers are trying to hack into WordPress sites. Have you fallen victim? Here’s how to protect yourself.
Writer’s block hits at the worst time. Here are some things to blog about to get your creative juices flowing again.
If you build it they won’t come. The only way to get people to visit your author website is to give them something they are looking for. But what is that? This article summarizes research done by the Codex Group about what readers want from author websites.
Caught off guard by Google Reader’s death sentence? Here are ways you can survive as an author.
Not that kind of date! You should kill the ugly urls on your site and replace them with pretty permalinks. We’ll explain why and how. Keep reading.
We cannot approach the 21st century with 20th century tactics and expect to succeed. Curious? Read more about surviving this brave new world.
If you’re trying to copy from MS Word into Wordpress and have a lot of code showing in your post, here’s how to copy and paste without the code.
Ever wonder what the secret to an excellent blog is? Thomas Umstattd shares the 12 secrets of excellent blogs in this video.
What are the nine tips for writing effective web copy we give our clients? Now you can find out.
Wondering what the fuss is all about? We review WordPress 3.5 for authors.
Wondering which writing blogs are worth following? We name five.
Do you know what makes me cringe?
Getting an email from a professional that isn’t professional. It doesn’t take much to get a professional email address.
Do you want to write? You need a writing schedule. We’ll help you create one in this post.