Alright, you’ve installed WordPress, got your theme looking great, created a few pages, and now you’re ready to start blogging. Before you hit “Publish,” here’s one step you don’t want to overlook: setting up your categories and tags. Here we are going to take a closer look at how to use categories to help you and your readers get the most out of your blog. And we’re going to be sure to avoid a common mistake that most newbies make!
Does your organization publish a monthly or quarterly newsletter? Is it created in a conventional desktop publisher like Microsoft Word or Publisher? Well, it may be time for you to get upgraded! The creation of desktop publishing tools in the 1990’s made this routine task a lot easier than it used to be, but it’s not ideal. Desktop publishing is time consuming, and you’re usually limited to a certain number of pages. If you overlooked an important article, you have to wait until next time to get it out there. And then there are the problems with delivery: postage is […]
Nonprofit organizations around the world are catching on to the beauty and simplicity of using WordPress to power their websites. But aside from a few large foundations and universities, most nonprofits are very modest operations where every staff members wears many hats and where the “communications” line in the budget is nearly nonexistent. Enter WordPress: an organization can get up and running quickly and can start publishing their content right away. But in my years of working with nonprofits in WordPress, I’ve found that few sites really live up to their full potential. So here are two simple tips that […]