The Google +1 button

I have been getting a few questions about the +1 button people are seeing in the Google search results, both in the ads sections and the organic sections.  Here is a letter from Google that explains it in good detail for the adwords clients. If you would like us to add the +1 button to […]

RSS Feedreader and Manager Plugins for your WordPress site.

There are lots of options out there in regards to adding a feed reader to your WordPress website.  Depending on how you want to track and what feed readers you want to offer to uses at the click of a button will depend on which subscribe plugin you use.  If you are using onsite video […]

Boulder WordPress Meetup – January 2011

With the launch of WordPress 3.0+ we now have the option of making WordPress work more like a CMS by creating and using our own custom post types. Jayson and Liz will present on both custom post types and custom fields, when to use them, how to use them and how they work. After a […]

Find Keywords as You Blog

Need help finding keywords to add to your blog posts? Here is a great blogging tool from Wordtracker.  You can compare words while you are editing your posts, see how many times you have used a keyword and do a little research without having to forget your train of thought.  It is quick an easy […]

CFU Classes for 2010

All our classes are structured toward the complete beginner so if you don’t know anything about these topics this is a great place to start.  Even if you have some knowledge things are always changing so there is always something new to learn. Here is a list of our upcoming CFU classes for 2010 – […]

Creating Multiple Widget Enabled Sidebars in WordPress

A recent question from Fairminder on the Tweetworks – All Things WordPress group said; “Looking for WordPress sidebar widget that will allow unique content in sidebar on each page. Don’t want same content in every sidebar.” –  inspired me to put together a short tutorial on how to create multiple sidebars in your WordPress blog.  […]