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What WordPress Questions Do You Have?
Created on July 10th, 2010

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MikePaetzold
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Jul 10th 2010 at 9:40 AM
My name is Mike Paetzold and I blog regularly about WordPress and am willing to answer questions about it here. Just add to the discussion.


Soroya Ravencrest
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Aug 18th 2010 at 5:57 AM
Hi Mike, thanks for creating this group.

I am using two of your WP products for reference and visit your blog when I'm working on mine and can't remember how to do something. :-) Soroya


Chuck Bartok
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Aug 18th 2010 at 8:09 AM
Thanks again Mike for helping me with my first Wordpress Blog. Just not posting enough on that one.

We have been experimenting in Templates effectiveness fo SEO and have seen some blogs move right into the top 250,000 Alexa Quickly and of course enjoying reasonable Traffic.

Just started a Networked Blog Membership which offers set up Wordpress system with premium Plugins and one or more professionally written Unique posts a week.

Currently we have 7 major niches covered.

Thanks to you, our businesses continue to Grow.


cambari925
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Aug 22nd 2010 at 2:35 AM
hello mike
i have a wordpress blog so i just thought it is a site for websites with pre-configured layouts (templates). but then i come across help-wanted ads about changing or modifying wordpress sites. it indicates that wordpress is thus a script(?) for creating websites like html and others.
is it? i'd like to know more about it.
thanks for the help.


MikePaetzold
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Aug 22nd 2010 at 17:37 PM
WordPress runs as a script and can be a simple blog or a full blown content management service. You can make it replace a website and the structure is very SEO friendly.

If you have a site on WordPress.com then you will be limited in what you can do with it but if you host the script on your own domain and server there are quite a few things you can do with it.


Philippe Moisan
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Aug 22nd 2010 at 17:42 PM
Hi Mike, If I have an article here at IMFP, and I want to put it on my blogs, can I copy it word for word at every place or do I have to rewrite it or modify it a little, as if I was sending it to article directories ?


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MikePaetzold
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Aug 22nd 2010 at 17:48 PM
Not a right answer to that question. Most times I will adapt it a bit and it can be as simple as an intro that you wanted to share your article from your IM Faceplate with your readers and then link back to your faceplate for other content and ways to interact with you.

Would help you bring more people to your faceplate and have blog content at the same time.



Philippe Moisan
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Aug 22nd 2010 at 18:18 PM
Hi Mike, I love your response. I will try that.

I have another question. Should I have a different blog depending on the kinds of posts, or is it a better idea to have categories ? Let me give an example of what I mean. I want to post about Internet Marketing : free stuff, tricks, general info. I also want to write science-fiction stories, one blog post at a time. I also want to post about personal development. Finally, I want to post about my Catholic faith. Is it a dangerous combination ?


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Soroya Ravencrest
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Aug 22nd 2010 at 19:00 PM
Not sure how Mike will answer that one Philippe, but...

If I was able to...

I would have major blogs for say - Internet Marketing, Personal Development, Stories and Faith.

That way each one could have a main theme with categories and perhaps short linking posts to the others. (not quite sure how to do the linking part fully yet myself)

I would then have my main website which could act as a portal to all the other parts of me, similar to the way we can use IMFP.

I still need to plan this out for myself but am working towards the idea with the websites I already have and IMFP is my flagship (as the saying goes)


MikePaetzold
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Aug 22nd 2010 at 19:31 PM
I would recommend the same. I have my IM blog, a PLR blog and of course a WordPress blog along with quite a few niche blogs.

Categories within a topic works but even for something IM related it was better to have a PLR specific blog although sometimes they cross over.


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