This video covers all the basics of how to start your own blog in less than 15 minutes. Our step by step guide for the beginners will help you to setup a blog without any web design or development skills.
This is the moment you’ve been waiting for. Next you’re going to get your domain name, web hosting account, and setup your own WordPress blog. Just follow the video and we’ll show you how it’s done step by step. If you need any help feel free to contact us at http://firstsiteguide.com/about-us.
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This video will walk you through, step by step, how to create a WordPress theme designed to catch email subscribers using iThemes Builder.
This works by using 2 opt-in forms on the page and one feature box on the home page. There’s no knowledge of code required, everything (apart from one small item) is done entirely with the theme options.
IThemes Builder is incredibly powerful and easy to use if you get the chance try this video out, please let me know how you go!
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Here’s a list of specific topics covered in the video – simply click the time stamp to quickly jump to that portion of the video.
1:15 – Get A Free Domain Name & Install Hosting
7:31 – WhoIs database
9:28 – Install WordPress
16:00 – Login to WordPress
17:44 – Setup General WordPress Settings
22:35 – Set Up Timezone
23:25 – MOJO Auto Update Manager (MOJO comes with some WordPress installs based on your hosting company. Some may not include this feature)
26:22 – Writing Settings
26:50 – Reading Settings
29:00 – Discussion Settings
29:45 – Permalink Settings
31:45 – Plugins
33:05 – Akismet Plugin Settings
36:39 – Jetpack Plugin Settings
46:20 – WP Total Cache
48:04 – WP Smush – Image Optimization (Smush Image Compression and Optimization) Installation
50:40 – Yoast SEO Installation
52:58 – Yoast SEO Settings
56:06 – Install Free WordPress Theme
58:55 – Customizing your Theme
1:00:28 – Unsplash.com (Free stock image site)
1:01:50 – Add Header Image using Free stock photo (Unsplash.com)
1:04:27 – Add Background Color
1:10:13 – Create Blog Categories
1:11:47 – Creating Blog Post
1:17:25 – Add Heading Tags For SEO
1:19:30 – Add Links in Blog Post
1:21:15 – Add Featured Image
1:23:45 – Add and format Image in Blog Post
1:28:55 – Blog Post Settings
1:34:55 – Menu Settings
1:42:00 – Add Widgets To Sidebar
Uploading and downloading a PDF into WordPress is an almost identical process to uploading any other type of media. Upload and download a PDF into WordPress with help from an experienced tech professional in this free video clip.
Expert: Elizabeth Kricfalusi
Bio: Elizabeth Kricfalusi is a technology writer, educator, and consultant, who publishes the blog, Tech for Luddites, providing tips and tricks for navigating our digital world.
Filmmaker: Rollie Hudson
Series Description: WordPress is a powerful and easy-to-use platform for building and managing professional blogs and websites. Learn about the basics of WordPress and beyond with help from an experienced tech professional in this free video series.
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You’re outraged over human rights abuses, and you want to take a stand. A blog can be one of the most effective ways to make your voice heard. For more information on social movements, go to “www.movements.org”:http://www.movements.org
Publicly exposing human-rights abuses may put you at risk in certain countries. Take steps to ensure anonymity and proceed with caution.
Step 1: Set it up
Set up the blog. Check out the web sites of journalist-rights groups for information on programs to use, techniques to avoid censors, and security measures to take.
Use anonymizing software to help hide your IP address.
Step 2: Pick the issues
Decide which specific issues and events you want to highlight. Practice drafting entries before you go live.
Step 3: Make it current
A successful blog is not a history lesson; your writing should reference current events. And stick to the facts–human-rights abuses don’t need embellishment.
While staying current, always explain background and context. Assume your readers know nothing about the situations you’re describing.
Step 4: Find your voice
Develop a distinct voice. Whether you’re scholarly, sarcastic, or bombastic, be consistent, and be original.
Step 5: Remain anonymous
Increase your chances of remaining anonymous–and escaping detection by authorities–by not revealing personal information on the blog.
Entries about your own experiences, or those of friends and family, may attract more readers. Just be sure to change names and identifying details.
Step 6: Seek help
Identify regional specialists at human-rights organizations and nonprofit groups that support press freedom. They can offer guidance and may even be able to provide funding and legal advice.
Step 7: Optimize
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