WordPress Plugins Warning Dangers

Do you use WordPress Plugins? Read Below

If you use WordPress plugins like I do then take a few minutes to read this article. I spend thousands of dollars each year on WordPress Plugins to add different types of functionality  to my WP sites.

The other day when I went to pull up this site, this is what I saw below:

wordpress plugin licensing

A question plugin I had installed broke my site due to a plugin licensing dependency. This is not the first time this has happened to me, and the irony is that when your WordPress plugins crash due to a licensing dependency, most of the time you won’t be able to find the developer or they hide behind so many domains and email addresses that it’s a major pain and time-waster to get the issue resolved. Continue reading “WordPress Plugins Warning Dangers”

Social Media Freak: PubCon Dallas Live Test

Sat in on a live advanced seo tactics session yesterday at PubCon Dallas 2010.

The live test was done for “Social Media Freak” and the hope was that the test site for Giovanni.net would show up #1 in Google for the search term within a few minutes.

The test failed, but that does not mean the technique demonstrated does not work. The tester was able to demonstrate that the tactic works extremely well on other keywords he has tested. I need to go to lunch or play golf with the mystery dude wearing the sunglasses and Dallas Stars jersey. (seriously! let’s do lunch or golf)

You can follow conversation and follow up on the social media freak conversation here: http://search.twitter.com/search?q=social+media+freak

This was my first PubCon event and it was evident that there are differences of opinion among panelists, but that’s why we go. We all have the opportunity to experiment with different ideas and tactics to help our sites rank well.

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