WordPress Websites and Training - Sara Ohara | Blog
15128
blog,paged,paged-12,ajax_fade,page_not_loaded,boxed,,qode-title-hidden,qode-theme-ver-11.2,qode-theme-bridge,wpb-js-composer js-comp-ver-5.2.1,vc_responsive

YEA! Now it’s easy to add Google+ to your WordPress.com website/blog! Under Settings/Sharing. Your Blog, Plus One: Connect and Share on Google+ BY Justin Shreve We’re excited to announce new features that integrate your WordPress.com site with some of the services Google has to offer. New features include: Connecting...

Alex Moss Interview: Q. For someone who’s is hesitating whether to start with WordPress – what are your words of wisdom? How can users benefit from building their sites in WordPress? A. Do it, you’ll soon find that it can do pretty much anything you need and...

"If you can put a man on the moon how come you can't do something about traffic?" a regional manager said in 1970. Jack Niles, a NASA rocket scientist's solution was telecommuting, a term he is credited with coining in 1973. Except for in-office, in-home Trainings and classes I teach, I work from home - and have for most of my life. Do I sometimes (often) go for a run or dip in the ocean in the afternoon? Yes, but I make up the hours after the sun sets. I wouldn't have it any other way!

Facebook’s Feed Now Punishes Pages That Ask For Likes Or Share Reruns. Share unique, interesting content and you’ll be fine! Thanks for keeping it real Facebook!

You’re not clever enough to fool Facebook. Asking users to “Like this post!”, sharing the same link or photo over and over, or bait-and-switching people with links to ad-filled sites will now get your Page’s reach in News Feed destroyed, the company said today. Share unique, interesting content and you’ll be fine.

Last week I wrote a deep guide to why Facebook’s Page reach is naturally declining and how News Feed works. The truth is that there are more and more Pages and friends competing for the finite amount of time people spend reading the feed. Increasing competition plus limited attention equals decreasing reach.