I admit I’ve learned to block out the color yellow in my WordPress dashboard, particularly when it’s associated with the word “update.” This is what WordPress users know: keep your installation updated for security reasons, and, before you update, backup your WordPress files and database. Logical, good advice. It’s that second part, the need to backup your stuff and theoretically prepare for a possible WordPocalypse that makes people hesitant to update their installation. Concern and, well, laziness. I love WordPress. It doesn’t mean I haven’t had the happy experience of going ahead with the update and experiencing the four stages of […]
The Scribe plugin has enthusiastic user reviews, claiming it has been a solid piece to their SEO puzzle and done near miraculous things for SEO. Scribe promises to increase your traffic without a lot of hassle, and does it in three ways: research, optimization, and connection. Scribe tells you what search engines will see your post as being about. We’ve been using Scribe for three months, and we have seen an increase in traffic. That alone is probably enough to convince some bloggers. There are a few things to consider before laying out the money for this plugin, however.