Does your blog design really matters after all or is it just a luxury toy for the ultra-rich bloggers?

Well, it plays approximately the same role in representing your blog to the world as looks do for women. A pretty woman will definitely be “right” at the moment she appears in front of the people. Later on, she may turn out to be stupid, boring, or even malicious, but she has won the first battle anyway. The same goes for your blog. You may have the best of the content however if you don’t have a good blog design, you’ll still lose a lot of readers just because the presentation of the blog isn’t that good.

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We all sing praises of WordPress and can be labelled as fanatics and to be honest, this is one piece of software for which I won’t dislike this label at all, otherwise I hate the label of FAN. I was thinking that there will surely be many questions where there can be one single answer for it – i.e. WordPress. So, let’s find out those general questions where we can proudly (as fans) answer it as – “WordPress!!”

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WordPress which is mostly recognized as a blogging software is actually a CMS and that too a powerful and flexible one. It can be easily tweaked to something you want, although proper coding will be required for that. It’s not that it can be done without much changes in the theme or the admin panel (this mostly depends on the need) of the WordPress itself.

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Image Credit : John Conners

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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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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After the release of WordPress 2.6 Tyner and it’s impressive list of features, one can say that WordPress is turning into a serious CMS and is giving more and more flexibility to mange the content. There are already, some great articles which tell you that WordPress is a good choice as a CMS.

There are few features in this release, which impressed me and few which really didn’t impress me much and of course we’ll discuss that bug too -

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