Of the world’s top 100 blogs, 48% rely on WordPress, the content management system that makes it easy to blog. In fact, 60 million of the over 634 million websites in existence at the end of 2012 are powered by WordPress. With all these blogs competing for attention online, how will people see your new… Continue reading The 9 Best SEO Plugins for WordPress Blogs + One Reality Check
Every year the Electronic Frontier Foundation releases a report on which tech companies are being nice with your data protection and which are being naughty. The thing about the Internet these days is that we are entrusting our very sensitive and private information to tech companies. Especially with the rising issue of mass surveillance, it’s… Continue reading Which Tech Companies Are Protecting You and Your Data From the Government?
Are you thinking about starting a company? These days if you’re not an experienced programmer, finding a technical co-founder who knows his or her way around code can be paramount. The thing is, though, in the information age, coders are now the new rock stars! Comic via Commit Strip Are you a super star… Continue reading The State of Recruiting Programmers
Have you ever been on Google+ and felt like it was just like Facebook but minus your friends? It turns out there are some simple mathematical equations you can use to calculate any social network. Take Instagram for example, which equates to Flickr + food. Or how Quora is like Yahoo Answers by people with… Continue reading The Math Behind Social Networks [COMIC]
These days, you’re either hacking or getting hacked. Did you know that nearly three out of every 10 U.S. adults say one of their social media profiles has been compromised? A new survey by Harris Interactive shows how Americans are facing more security risks as their world becomes increasingly digitally dependent. The poll of 2,089… Continue reading REPORT: Nearly 30% of U.S. Adults Have Been Hacked Online. Have You?
Back in 2010, Facebook introduced the Like button to the world. The Like and Share buttons are viewed over 22 billion times each day contributing to a ton of referral traffic on over 7.5 million websites. The problem is that Facebook itself hasn’t officially supported the Share button. Instead, the feature was available through many… Continue reading Attention Developers: Facebook Introduces New Like and Share Buttons for Your Blog to Make Life Easier
You don’t have to blog for long before you begin to spot some patterns in your work. Reaching this point, though, could be both a good and a bad sign. Repetition makes things easier to execute, you see, but doing the same actions every day can also drive you stir crazy. To write interesting content,… Continue reading 10 Signs You’ve Been Blogging for Too Long
Facebook has launched two new Open Graph tags to make it easier for people follow their favorite media publishers and journalists. Facebook has also added several new requirements to review your app and Open Graph submissions. They’ve included a few updates to using Facebook Android SDK with ProGuard and the Graph API for event pages… Continue reading Facebook Introduces New Open Graph Tags for Media Publishers and More