How Templating Saves You Time

One of the greatest things about WordPress is its templating power. You can install several base files and then an index.php file, and the whole site will autoload content, titles, images, and meta tags in through that one template. The benefit being that you can...

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Using Custom Post Types in WordPress

WordPress released the Custom Post Types option in Version 3.0 and since then it has become a favorite for WordPress developers whenever a piece of content doesn't fit neatly into the page or post  column. They are one of our favorite tools over here so I thought I'd...

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Facebook Lets You Schedule Posts!

Facebook just released some exciting news today: you can now schedule posts up to 6 months in advance! We've waited for this feature for years, and until now it was only available with Hootsuite. Now, however, you can schedule posts for an exact date and time up to 6...

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12 Consumer Trends of 2012

TrendWatch.com is one of your favorite places to find interesting (and quite accurate) consumer trends. They offer a free consumer trend brief for their blog followers, and this last December they offered a great post on the 12 most important consumer trends of 2012....

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Facebook Testing Negative Feedback Feature

It was reported yesterday by Mashable that Facebook is testing a negative feedback feature for Page Insights. "When page administrators – who are in the test pool – click on the “engaged users” metric, they’ll currently see the number of Facebook users who commented...

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Google+ Brand Pages

A lot of people have been waiting since Day 1 to see brand pages become real on Google+, Google’s new social networking site. Unfortunately, they’re still in the works and we’re waiting to see what they’ll look like in real life. We recently caught a great post on...

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