Anyone that takes their website seriously should use a CDN. If you take your website seriously and it runs on WordPress, here's an easy guide on how to set one up.
This framework is designed to save time and maximize exposure by automating the process of sharing manually curated content with your followers. This is...
I find myself helping others with their PC problems very often. Generally people don’t take care of their computers and over time they get bogged down with garbage (viruses, spyware, adware, cookies, temporary files, expired registry entries, etc.). Fortunately there are very simple methods and free tools available to address these issues, they just don’t know where to look or what to use. It’s even worse because sometimes programs that supposedly fix these issues actually cause even more problems. This is why they tend to come to me for help. So here’s my guide to quickly & easily fixing (speeding up) your slow PC.
If you want your blog to be successful, you'll need to know what makes it successful. A good way to do this is to have the best possible understanding of your visitors and how they interact with your blog. Google Analytics is awesome, but you're missing out on a lot of useful information if you haven't gone the extra mile and setup goal tracking. Not only do you need to setup goal tracking, but first you need to identify what the right goals are to track. The following is a list of 23 goals you should be tracking on your blog if you aren't already.