We’ll be posting a short video tutorial here every Saturday during Zero to Hero, to help out you visual learners. Today, we’ll walk you through choosing and activating a theme.
If you’ve been following along with Zero to Hero, you should have tried out a few different themes this week. If you weren’t quite clear on how best to explore and try out our over 200 themes, don’t worry! We’re here to help with this video tutorial.
We’ll be posting a short video tutorial here every Saturday during Zero to Hero, to help out you visual learners. Today, we’ll walk you through publishing a post.
If you’re following the Zero to Hero 30-day blogging challenge, you’ve now introduced yourself, customized your blog name, and shared what motivated you to start blogging. If you’re still not totally comfortable with drafting and publishing a post, or if you’re not doing the challenge and need to know the nuts and bolts of publishing, today’s tutorial is for you. Let’s publish a post!
Congratulations, it’s a blog!
It’s January 1st, and we know what that means: lots of you are starting your first blogs, and many more are re-committing yourselves to blogs you already have. The next few weeks here on The Daily Post are all about tips and tools to help you kick off your blog resolutions (blogolutions? resoblogs?), starting with a two-day crash course.
Even if you’ve been blogging for a while, it’s worth revisiting the building blocks — there’s always room for improvement. And if you want a blogging immersion, check out the Zero to Hero 30-day Challenge, starting tomorrow.
Okay, enough yakking. Time to blog.
If you’ve been using WordPress.com for very long, you’ve likely run into some variation of the grand “com v. org” debate. And it’s possible that any explanation you received raised more questions than it answered. So, what’s the deal with the two WordPresses? What are the advantages of one over the other?
To explain this clearly, it helps if we go into a bit of history, so gather round children, and I shall tell you the tale of WordPress. Read more
As you know, here at the Daily Post, we’re all about helping you blog more and better — from daily writing prompts, blogger profiles, writing and photo challenges, quick tips, and even grammar advice, we want to keep you inspired and keep you blogging. Recently, we came across a great book about blogging that we wanted to share with you: Blog, Inc.: Blogging for Passion, Profit, and to Create Community by Joy Deangdeelert Cho.
You already know how to choose the perfect blog name and how to update your title and tagline to reflect your site’s personality. Now what?
Maybe you don’t want to jump into the world of premium themes or custom CSS yet, but there are still simple tweaks you can make from right within your dashboard to inject more “you” into your blog and draw readers in. Here are three quick updates to make right now:
Our blogs are platforms from which we share our experiences, opinions, and views with the online world. This week’s writing challenge is designed to help you connect with other bloggers who care about the same things you do.
Lots of you have said you’re really interested in building your readership and connecting with other bloggers, and our recent posts on commenting to build community have been popular. This week’s challenge, slightly unorthodox, follows up on that: we want you to explore and comment.
Despite being displaced and still not having power post-Hurricane Sandy, Julie Davidoski of Go Jules Go took valuable time away from searching for places to charge her phone and reading the latest issue of Chipmunk Enthusiast Monthly by candlelight to answer ten questions for The Daily Post.