For some avid WordPress bloggers this would be the report to lay their hands on if only they knew earlier than to figure out interesting and profitable blogging techniques the hard way.
Within the 39 well-written pages of this report, now in its 2007 version, David Pankhurst reveals:
* how to set up WordPress quickly to get fast and long-lasting recognition by Google and other major search engines,
* how to trick out your WordPress installations to please visitors as well as search spiders,
* how to place AdSense on every page of your WP blog the fastest, easiest way,
* how to get keyword-rich descriptions into the metatags of each WordPress generated page,
* his famous AutoPosting plug-in,
* and lots more insider information.
I guarantee it will take you days, if not weeks, of slogging through scattered sources on the Web. Do yourself a favor, and take the shortcut with Top 10 Tricks To Conquer Your Niche With WordPress.
But beyond the report there are a lot more add-ons for this year, as a result of feedback gained by David to see how others use their blogs and what everyone wants for their blogs, chief of which is the ABTheme:
* The theme includes a brand new technique—movable blocks. The article list, search box, category list, calendar and many other WordPress components are all movable—rearrange their order, split them across columns (2 AND 3 columns supported), and place the article text in ANY column without a SEO penalty. Once you see this in action, you won’t want to use another WordPress theme—ever!
* You can not only rearrange components, but also add your own—easily paste in HTML (OR PHP!) and position it where you want in any column—perfect for ‘do it yourself’ e-mail forms!
* How to display just the pages you want on the top navigation bar (or the footer one) without editing PHP. Display links to the pages you want (and ONLY the ones you want) in the order you want!
* Easy copy-and-paste—no more mind numbing settings. Now just get a design you like, and transfer it to a new blog with a single copy-and-paste!
* Easier to use AdSense (or any other ad) display code, making it easy to embed ads right alongside your articles (and make sure you don’t violate Google’s rules by having too many displayed!)