2010 was a year of growth for Win with 1. The support of our clients and readers has been tremendous. We love the interacting with you through in the comments, social media, and email. We look forward to continued associations in the years to come.
Below are the 25 posts with the highest number of views during the past year.
Learn to make the home page of your blog a static page you design, rather than the default blog aggregate page.
Learn how to enter the appropriate metadata — and which to ignore all together.
When you create a new WordPress page, it does not automatically create a navigation tab. This tutorial will show how to link to it throughout the site.
Learn how to create a blogging calendar to motivate and move you to update your blog regularly. This was day 12 of the 31 Days to Build a Better Blog challenge.
Let’s see if we can move from potty humor to adult humor. It might make the best business sense if your blog isn’t targeted at hyper-hormonal 13-year-olds.
Pretty Link Pro is still the plugin I get the most mileage out of. It’s the only premium plugin I own and well worth the cost.
If you are not using a logo, but a text title in your header, you may be frustrated by the limitations that Thesis puts on your title size. Here’s how to fix it.
What are dofollow and nofollow? How do you change the default and allow dofollow on your blog?
This is my goal-setting system. It will work for anyone. Try it out for 2011!
If you’ve added pages and tabs, but need to have the tab name different from the page it links to, here’s your information.
Choosing a theme can make your future blogging path easy or hard. Here are seven things to watch for in your selection process. (We choose Thesis for all our blogs and hour client blogs!)
Wow. This post came about from a real life crazy experience. Fortunately, to date, all my other clients are real gems.
Looking for a great gift for a new (or experienced!) blogger? Here are my top pics. Interesting to note that this was only published a short time ago. The traffic on this post jumped quickly. In fact, on the last day of the year it moved from #18 to #13! These are great items if you have blogging friends or just want to treat yourself!
Let’s face it, ethics isn’t a very popular topic. Everything thinks they are pretty darn decent and when problems arise, it must be the other guy. It’s something I feel very strongly about, so I was pleased (and surprised) to see that a lot of people actually read this post. I sincerely hope all my clients and readers will read The Bottom Line on Integrity. It’s a crucial discussion in our current culture.
Some disreputable companies will charge you an arm and a leg for very basic SEO services. Most of these can, and should, be done while you’re creating your post. Here’s how.
Backup is boring. Until your server crashes. This is so important for the stability of your blogging enterprise. So glad it had so many views. Please pass this one on for the sake of your blogger friends!
If you are a member at Blog Engage (and you should be!), here are eight simple rules of engagement. Follow them to get the most benefit.
New bloggers have a big learning curve. Sometimes it’s the simplest tasks that are confusing. This post gave some insights into the meaning of and uses for categories and tags.
This free 28-page report is filled with great information from Brian Clark of Copyblogger.
Find out what has changed in the new tool and how you can adjust your keyword research.
These ten, less-typical blogging tips will help you propel your blog forward in the coming year.
Following Seth Godin’s advice about how to sent great email, I tell you how to send really lousy email and alienate all your readers. Woot!
Learn how to publish your blog the Kindle. Easy and free!
#24 Guest Blogging
What is guest blogging? What can it do for your fledgling blog?
Day three of 31 Days to Build a Better Blog had 11 different ideas for promoting a blog post. I report on how I approached each one.
See the top personal development blog posts of 2010 here.