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Comment on Microformats and WordPress Themes by rent a rolloff

Tue, 20 Feb 2018 03:51:03 +0000

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Comment on WordPress For Writers by Chiara

Sun, 18 Feb 2018 00:02:03 +0000

It does. Thank you for saying yours!



Comment on WordPress For Writers by Lorelle VanFossen

Sat, 17 Feb 2018 21:44:52 +0000

Congrats on the great writing work and success. I do not personally or professionally recommend separating anything. It splits your audience and consumers more if your time and ebwegy. Add a Page called Books and out a summary, cover photo, and purchase point links for each book and call it done. Add categories for Books, News, or Announcements to categorize posts promoting you either activities and get back to writing. I hope that helps.



Comment on WordPress For Writers by Chiara

Sat, 17 Feb 2018 21:40:32 +0000

Hi Lorelle, I am very happy to have found your blog, it is a great resource for writers. Thank you! I have a question related to the making of an author website. I feel I have to give you a short intro about my writing life. I have been blogging since 2015 but with no marketing plan. I just used to write what I felt, thus I do not have a followers list. Last year I self-published my first collection of poems, which was eventually removed from the web stores because the platform (Pronoun) shut down. Right now I am working on the second edition of the book with an editor. Since last year I have been writing a non-fiction book (a memoir), which will be ready for self-publication not earlier than next year. I am constantly writing poems and have also other non-fiction projects in store. I feel a bit overwhelmed by all the amount of information related to the marketing-branding of an author. I gave up my career in journalism many years ago because I wanted to write what I wanted, so even though I know we live in 2017 and using my vintage typewriter all the time is not ideal, I want to try to stay as much as faithful to myself as possible. We are writers to write what we want, after all. My question is: do you think my author section/page/website (where I also plan to sell my books) should be separate than my blog? My audience will likely be the same who might be interested in my blog posts, but some people believe that keeping the two things separate can be better, and in my case where I just put my real stories out there, it might be especially true? Sorry for the length of this comment! Thanking you in advance if you have the time to come back to me. All the best, Chiara



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Thu, 15 Feb 2018 16:58:58 +0000

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Comment on Adding, Deleting, and Changing a WordPress Category by Lorelle VanFossen

Tue, 13 Feb 2018 17:02:56 +0000

You are safe to delete and rearrange them as you please unless your site relied upon categories as you core taxonmy, the key nelavigation funnels. Then redirects would help. Good for you and good luck with it.



Comment on Adding, Deleting, and Changing a WordPress Category by Jon

Tue, 13 Feb 2018 16:59:42 +0000

I'm currently dealing with reorganizing and re-categorizing the blog on our website. I've got 28 categories, and an awful lot of posts that are dragging down our SEO scores. I'm wanting to get rid of a lot of the posts and categories. Do I need to set up redirects on categories as I delete them? I know that I need to on posts and I do it using the redirect tool. But do I have to do that on categories, or am I safe to just delete them?



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Sun, 11 Feb 2018 23:49:59 +0000

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Comment on Adding, Deleting, and Changing a WordPress Category by Categories and Tags: Just Like Chapters and Index Words in Books! – Momma Lori's 2 Cents

Sun, 11 Feb 2018 11:06:38 +0000

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Sun, 11 Feb 2018 07:11:17 +0000

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