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Cats who Blog – Blogging tips, resources and reviews Skip to content Cats who Blog Blogging tips, resources and reviews Menu Home Coupons Search for: October 15, 2016 Top 10 WordPress plugins to monetize your blog ManageWP Dashboard and Plugin Jetpack for WordPress.com WooCommerce Plugin Google Adsense Insertion WooCommerce Subscriptions Membership Child Themify WordPress Simple PayPal Shopping Cart WordPress SEO by Yoast Mailchimp for WordPress March 20, 2016 Digging into WordPress book review A few days ago, Chris Coyier and Jeff Starr released their awaited WordPress book named Digging into WordPress and I was lucky enought to get my hands on a copy generously given by the authors. So, what’s inside? After reading the whole 400 pages of the book I just wrote a review to help you getting a better opinion on the book and see how it can help you to enhance your WordPress skills. Now, let’s have a look into what you’re going to learn in Digging into WordPress. The book is divided in 8 chapters : Chapter 1 : Welcome to WordPress Chapter 2 : Setting Up WordPress Chapter 3 : Anatomy of a WordPress Theme Chapter 4 : Theme Design and Development Chapter 5 : Extending Functionality Chapter 6 : Working with RSS Feeds Chapter 7 : Working with comments Chapter 8 : Search Engine Optimization Chapter 8 : Maintaining a Healthy Site A wonderful book that any serious web developer should have in his collection. March 11, 2016 How to protect your blog from content thieves There are variety of content scrapers out there looking take the content you have worked so hard on and steal it. Blog content scraping is an act usually performed with scripts that extract content from numerous sources and pulls it into one site. Here’s how to stop them: Search Your Post Titles (with quotes) Doing a manual search for your post titles is tedious, but it will allow you to find any piece of content that has been stolen. Get a Premium Service The automated version of the above solution is to pay for a service like CopyScape that does this for you with just a few clicks. In my opinion, this is definitely the way to go as the cost is not very much and it can save you hours of time, particularly if you make this task an ongoing thing. Once you have found the scrapers… The easiest thing to do is just to ignore the scrapers, but this can be detrimental to your site’s rankings. Instead, it’s recommended that you send a DMCA takedown request to the offending site’s hosting company. Most reputable hosting companies take these seriously and the content will removed in a matter of days. January 21, 2016 8 reasons why negative comments are good for your blog Occasionally you are going to get some haters, not matter how good your blog content is. But you should embrace them because they help to foster discussion and get other people involved in your blog community. What are your top reasons for/against negative comments? December 30, 2015 Which ad network should work best for your blog? According to the Blog Starter, Adsense is far and away the most popular. But what about BuySellAds, AdBrite, etc. Let me know your favorite ad network in the comments section. December 9, 2015 The most expensive blogs of all times #1 Ugo.com – Sold For: $100 million #2 Fotolog – Sold For: $90 million #3 TechCrunch – Sold for: $30 million Professional WordPress Theme by Themehaus