How To Cheat At WordPress

As a fellow WordPress user I’ll bet you’ve had days when WP just doesn’t
seem to want to play ball…

You get a new post looking just how you want it, click the update button
and the next thing you know it’s all messed up!

You take a look at the code in the editor and discover WordPress, in it’s
‘infinite wisdom’, has changed a whole bunch of your code and lost all your
hard work formatting the content just the way you want it…

Well, you’re not the only one that his has happened to, but now there’s a
super simple way to make sure it never happens again and you always get the
very best, professional looking content in to your posts with ‘cut & paste’
speed & ease…

WPCheat gives you instant access to a huge selection of pre-formatted
content elements that you can just copy and paste straight in to your blog
posts and pages, elements that will keep their formatting and not get
messed with by the WP editor…

WPCheat includes all the most popular web elements such as: –

– lists
– advanced typography
– headings
– styled paragraphs
– pull quotes
– section boxes
– highlighted segments
– review pages
– sales pages
– pricing boxes
– download pages

& much, much more…

All you have to do is COPY & PASTE the codes into your WP editor & hey

~ No Plugin Clashes
~ No Theme Conflict Problems
~ No Learning Curve
~ No Programming Bugs
~ No Exploit Vulnerabilities
~ Faster & Easier Than Any Content Creation Plugin

It’s old school, but super simple to use and VERY effective!

This will save you loads of time and stop your frustration, GO ON take a quick you have nothing to lose but plenty to gain.

Stimulate WordPress

WordPress is, as I am sure the majority of people are aware, the best free blogging platform around today. It is so user friendly and easy to use, right up until it all goes WRONG! You know the situation, you install a new plugin or change your theme and suddenly something breaks your site.

 The first thing that runs through your head is “How the heck do I fix this?” Then it dawns on you, your site is now broken and all your visitors are seeing it! That’s not going to create a good impression, they’re not likely to hang around and wait until you’ve worked out what went wrong and fixed it, they’re going to go somewhere else… Now you’re in a rush, you try to roll back the changes and even that doesn’t work… Panic starts to set in… None of this needed to happen, how often do you see this kind of crap happen to the “Pro’s”? It does happen to them, but no one ever gets to see it.. Why? Simple, they have a secret to developing their sites and testing everything out safely, without anyone getting to see their mistakes.

So today I want to give you the heads up on a newly released tool that will help you transform the way you build, test, & repair WordPress sites faster than otherwise possible. If like me you sometimes find WordPress development slow then you should take a look this. Matt Garrett, a personal friend and pro blogger of some 10 years & his techies have found an easy way to run a rapid test version of WordPress on any PC or MAC. The traditional way of doing this involves editing complex server files & following multi-step install procedures.

WP Simulator - #1 WordPress Development Environment


Matt doesn’t release many products, the last 3 have all been top sellers – I have no doubt this one will be too.

It’s one of those products that won’t immediately put money in your pocket but its one you’ll wish you knew about years earlier as it makes life a lot easier.

Top WP Plugins

Plugins we recommend for Word Press SEO-Blog Optimization

Google Analytics for Word Press – This plugin makes it simple to add Google Analytics with extra search engines and automatic click out and download tracking to your Word Press blog.

HeadSpace2 – Meta-data manager on steroids, allowing complete control over all SEO needs such as keywords/tags, titles, description, style sheets, and many other goodies.

Post Teaser – Post Teaser generates a preview or “teaser” of a post for the main, archive and category pages, with a link underneath to go to the full post page. It includes features to generate a word count, image count, and an estimated reading time.


Limit Posts – Limits the displayed text length on the index page entries and generates a link to a page to read the full content if it’s bigger than the selected maximum length.

Recent Posts – Returns a list of the most recent posts.

Redirection – Manage all your 301 redirects and monitor 404 errors

SEO Title Tag – Search engine optimize your blog’s title tags. Create a customized title tag for any post, static page, category page, UltimateTagWarrior tag page – indeed, any URL! And will auto-insert the tag name into the title on tag pages generated by Ultimate Tag Warrior plugin. Admin allows for mass editing of title tags.

WordPress SEO Pager – An SEO-enhanced pagination control for WordPress.

Advanced Permalinks – Allows multiple permalink structures, migration of permalinks without redirections, permalinks for posts in specific categories, and categories without a base

FeedWordPress – Simple and flexible Atom/RSS syndication for WordPress

SEO Friendly Images – Automatically adds alt and title attributes to all your images. Improves traffic from search results and makes them W3C/xHTML valid as well.

SEO Smart Links -SEO Smart Links provides automatic SEO benefits for your site in addition to custom keyword lists, nofollow and much more.

Other Word press Plug-ins that Have nothing to do with SEO

Word Press Database Backup – On-demand backup of your Word Press database. Navigate to Tools → Backup to get started. (You don’t really need this one if you use GoDaddy or Blue Host backup or if you have the latest Word Press Installation)

Get Recent Comments – Display the most recent comments or trackbacks with your own formatting in the sidebar. Visit Options/Recent Comments after activation of the plugin.

Gravatar – This plugin allows you to generate a gravatar URL complete with rating, size, default, and border options. See the documentation for syntax and usage.

WP Super Cache – Very fast caching plugin for Word Press. WP Super Cache must be configured. Go to the admin page to enable and configure the plugin.

Sociable – Automatically add links on your posts, pages and RSS feed to your favorite social bookmarking sites.

TweetMeme Retweet Button – Adds a button which easily lets you retweet your blog posts.

Cookies for Comments – Sets a cookie that must exist for a comment to be allowed through

Lifestream – Displays your activity from various social networks. (Requires PHP 5 and MySQL 5)

Ping Crawl – Every time you make a post on your blog it grabs similar posts from other blogs that allow pingbacks using the post tags. It then links to them at the bottom of the post as similar posts. It then executes the pingback on all the posts. You can specify how many posts to do per tag and that many will be done for each tag you use in your posts. Typically it has about an 80% success rate with each ping back and they are legit so the ones that fall into moderation tend to get approved. This creates quite a few deep links for each blog post you make and through time really helps with your link building. Especially for new blogs.

Blogging with WordPress

Blogging with WordPress is one of the many options available to bloggers who are looking for free software online which makes it incredibly easy to publish their own blog.

This software is easy to use, provides a variety of templates and offer excellent support to bloggers. There are many options available to bloggers and other blogging programs may be better known and offer slightly different features but many bloggers are quite pleased with it.

This article will offer some useful information for bloggers who are considering starting a blog with WordPress such as reasons to choose WordPress, tips on starting a blog and information about the support available.

Based on this information as well as their own research bloggers can decide whether WordPress is right for them or whether they should seek out a different blog network.

Reasons to Choose WordPress

There are many great reasons to choose WordPress to start a blog.

Some of these reasons include a great variety of templates, the ability to categorize and tag posts easily, features such as spell check, previews and autosave, the ability to post text, audio files and video files, a variety of privacy options and the ability to track statistical data related to the blog in addition to other great features.

Some of these features may be more important to some bloggers than others so deciding whether or not WordPress is right for you will largely be a matter of personal preference.

For example bloggers with little or no programming experience may enjoy the myriad of templates available on WordPress while bloggers who are concerned about privacy issues may be more interested in the privacy options available through WordPress.

Carefully investigating these features will help bloggers determine if they should start a blog with WordPress.

Starting a Blog with WordPress

Bloggers who opt to start a blog with WordPress will certainly not be disappointed by the amount of time it takes to start a blog.

A blogger can literally start a blog with WordPress within minutes. This is tremendously important to bloggers who are eager to get started and do not want to deal with a long process to start a blog.

The only requirements for starting a blog are a valid email address and a username. The blogger enters this information into the signup page and receives a password almost instantly.

Next the blogger simply has to check his email, follow the activation link provided and use the password provided and the process is complete.

The blogger can start blogging immediately.

Support Offered by WordPress

For many first time bloggers the type of support offered is very important. This is because first time bloggers may have quite a few questions about the process of starting a basic blog and once they establish a basic blog they may have additional questions about using advanced features and customizing the blog.

WordPress offers a great deal of support for bloggers of all skill levels. The support offered by WordPress includes the ability to contact the support staff as well as the ability to receive support from other members through online forums. Although the support staff is incredibly responsive some bloggers enjoy the ability to communicate with other bloggers in forums.

This is because the forums are active 24 hours a day and bloggers can find support from peers at any time.