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If you are a theme designer, plugin developer for WordPress CMS or a blogger who want to test new themes, plugin before pushing them in the production blog then the best bet is to install WordPress locally on your computer. That will ensure that you’ll be working much faster and will be able to test things quickly.

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In the last post, we talked about improving search engine rankings by applying simple little tricks and one of the important factors of it was to build incoming links. One of the fastest way of getting hundreds of incoming links is if you can get linked by a Technorati Top 100 blogger.

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Search Engines are great source of traffic and not just simply any traffic but quality traffic, most of the search engines readers actually become regular readers of the blogs or if you are trying to sell some thing from your website/blog then they tend to buy them too*. (*Conditions Apply).

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WordPress is a successful blogging engine and the credit goes to all the volunteers who invest their time and energy in it’s development. Although apart from that lot of credit goes to certain bloggers who help the thriving community by providing lot of information about WordPress and help in making various plugins and themes popular by writing about them regularly.

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Few days back, I’d attended BlogCamp Delhi and I met my blogger friends Abhijeet & Abhishek and as one can expect that when three professional bloggers will meet then they’ll discuss blogging only. While the discussion was heating up, the topic of repeat posts came up and we all agreed that if one news hits a major blog, then how most of the blogs talk about the same thing and the trend follows.


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