And if you’re wondering… here’s the link to the referenced site itself. https://EtsyGeeks.org/
I’ve done that professionally and I also do some voluntary work. Most of my voluntary efforts are concentrated by answering questions on Quora.com and further by participating in the support forums at WordPress dot org.
I’ve noticed a lot of new blogs and startup businesses with questions. If you need help… find me or someone like me on those outlets.
I’m also available for a fee… I’ll do the technical side of your system for a rate starting at $600.00 for three continuous days.
That pretty much covers anything except design elements within WordPress and its environments.
If you just need to talk then I’m here for that, too. No charge as my time allows and I’ll be glad to help you through planning, domain name selection, possibly some design elements, and web hosting choices.
I usually say a perfectly fine business website or personal blog can be had for about $35.00 initial outlay.
I’m here if you need me.
So what is Auto Blogging?
There’s so much content out on the internet and much of it never gets seen. In my thinking, An Auto Blogger finds that content, fishes out the best, cleans it up, and then reposts snippets of the original content in a manner that might possibly illuminate that original content and bring it to the fore.
An Auto Blogger spends time looking at the content out there within the scope of his niche or area of interest. An Auto Blogger uses the tools at hand to find the best content for his audience.
A search engine reposts much of what it finds. An Auto Blogger is not a blanket repost of everything out there but a curated collection of the best there is.
Isn’t that what my friends already do on social media sites like Facebook?
Yeah, but you’re going one step further. You’re actually building a website and setting yourself up as an authority of sorts on the subject at hand due to your singular interest in that subject.
Often your friends are just reposting or sharing something reposted or shared by their friends.
Where am I going to find all this content?
You’ll probably start slowly. Finding a few RSS Feeds. Perusing search results. Finding the best of content in your niche. Fielding suggested content from other users.
There is a slightly different way of doing this also. There is a type of site called a bookmarking site. Look at sites such as
And one other concept worth mentioning is the Social Media empowered websites with forums and WordPress sites loaded up with options like Buddy Press and Press Forward. These sites require more moderation but are a great way to build a community over time that then builds all your content.
You’ll need to be involved daily in these sites.
Someone might get upset with you and take actions to force you to remove their content.
You can circumvent much of the upset content provider or blogger problem by clearly stating your communication channels and methods of dealing with complaints.
I’ve been doing this for 5 years and only had two concerns raised. One was a naysayer who declared I’d be sued immediately and another person who just didn’t get it. They understood Google, Digg, the social media operations, and big ‘Silos’ doing this but I, as one person on an unknown system, was stealing.
On the opposite side I’ve seen several sites modify their TOS to encompass what I and many other sites do.
Read Even More on this subject https://meanderthal.executivewp.com/2017/03/23/autopost-blogging/
I’m (Mike of Military Backpack Guide) a former US Marine and IRAQ veteran, and this is my list of the absolute best survival books. Books you can learn from, and live by. The problem is that there are a ton of books about survival but lots of them are, well, junk. Not junk in the sense that the author didn’t try, just more like books that tend to be a compilation of other books, original works that have been consumed and regurgitated, and every other “not that great” reference in between. That’s one of the reasons why this is the “top 7” and not “top 10”. I refuse to stuff this thing with unnecessary entries just to make a number. This is officially the best collection of survival books this side of Mars– neatly organized, and updated for 2015. Of course, if you’re not a book learner, there are plenty of survival schools throughout the world too.
Not everyone’s a Navy Seal or an Eagle Scout. So for those who haven’t received hands-on training in survival skills, studying a quality survival manual is your next best option. Whether you have a full library of self-preservation books, or you are looking to buy your first survival guide, check out our some of our favorite titles.
Do you have an SEO Strategy?
Can you yourself add content to the site like new pages and articles?
Have you considered Website Security?
Is there a system to monitor website traffic and performance via Analytics?
Does your Website:
Feature your company logo, name, and location or business purposes?
have new posts, pages, or other content (twice a week)?
Reflect your social media presence?
Wouldn’t you enjoy seeing your social media efforts on your own website?
Can your visitors figure out your navigation?
Do you have prominent Contact Info?
Is there a copyright notice in the footer?
Is the date in the Copyright Notice current?
Remember this, a currently updated Copyright line tells your users you are involved with your page – or rather a ‘dated’ (as in last years) Copyright practically screams ‘No one cares’.
Is there a contact for your web guru (in case of a website question)?
Did you remember to mention your other businesses? Always cross-promote!
You don’t have AdSense or other ads on your site do you? (We’ve seen our client’s competitor’s ads show up on our client sites).
Are you making good use of photos, images, logos, etc.?
Do you have something to attract attention like an Image Slider or Marque or both?
Are your image sliders really effective?
Keep in mind this idea… There’s always a better deal!
I don’t worry about eBay Sniping!
When I find an item I wish to bid on I’ll come up with an absolute maximum price I’m willing to pay. I then subtract the shipping fees from that and that is my bid. And that bid is to the penny… No more!
Sniping is fine with me because I always get my item for my price or less or else I don’t get it. In the cases where I don’t get it someone else gets it for a price that is higher than I wish to pay…
I do a lot of work on WordPress based websites. A lot of them are mine.To me the ideal setup is a shared host for my WordPress, a database over on a VPS or something, a CDN and the free CloudFlare to start. Run the CDN and Cache Enabler plugins and my favorite ‘KeyCDN’. Ideal setup. Cheap!!! Robust!!!With that you have the best setup to grow and to deal with problems.
I imagine this question was prompted by the thought that some themes claim to be more SEO friendly or ready. A person who believes in all the SEO hype would probably look for a theme making one of those claims.
Moving just a bit further they’d probably then wonder why the SEO experts didn’t take their SEO expertise and bundle the plugin and an SEO ready theme together…
The first web browser was invented by Tim Berners-Lee of the World Wide Web Consortium.
The web browser that actually ushered in the World Wide Web was Marc Andreessen’s Mosaic…