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I’m sure you must have come across the error “page can not be found” some or the other time while surfing the web, I have and everyone has seen that page for sure. We get to see that error or page because the page which we were trying to visit to was either removed or it was linked incorrectly by someone. In simple words, it means that the website is accessible and functional however just that page isn’t available on that website any more.

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Even though search engines give very less priority to the meta-keywords, it’s still important to provide the metadata for the blog posts. Just remember that if you’ll provide genuine metadata, you’ll be helping your website a whole lot. Although because the way WordPress works, it’s almost impossible to have custom metadata for each and every blog post.

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The beauty of WordPress is that it can be extended to a whole new level with the help of thousands of free plugins. Once we install WordPress, it’s like bare bones for a power blogger and in order to ensure that the blog is being used with full potential one needs to install the following plugins :

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In the last post, I spoke about that why one should choose WordPress as the content management system or as the blogging software and now I’d take up the slight technical issues which might give trouble to new bloggers or may be the ones who are moving to hosted solution for the first time.

Let’s start with installation of WordPress :

There are two ways of installing WordPress; automatic & manual (hah! you thought there was something else too?) Well, I’ll cover both of them to ensure that you get to understand each and every bit of it. Needless to say that automatic way is far simpler than the manual way, however manual way isn’t difficult too -

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