Google is really good at finding, crawling, and indexing websites – that’s their core business. The trick is, sometimes you don’t want them to.
Getting verified is free — so this is a complete no-brainer — but you do have to jump through a couple of hoops. Here’s how to verify your Facebook page.
Bjork Ostrom and the team at Food Blogger Pro recently started a podcast, and he invited me on to talk about website security for today’s episode. As (un)sexy as backups, passwords, and two-factor authentication may be, it’s all super-duper important stuff for your site — so I hope you’ll listen in and then take action to make your site more secure!
Don’t let FTP scare you! It’s actually quite simple, and can be very helpful for managing your site.
Are you thinking about attending food blogging conference, but unsure of how to get the most out of the conference experience? Need tips on how to network? Wondering what to wear and what to bring?
I just had the pleasure of speaking alongside the fabulous Keidra Chaney, as we discussed the basics of Google Analytics — and how to avoid being completely overloaded by the volume of information it provides. We flew through a ton of information, and thought it would be helpful to make our slide deck available so folks can take a closer look and follow the various links to further resources.
Here’s a little primer on HTML and some easy instructions on how to add an image to your blog’s sidebar.
Ever wonder why some people’s profile pictures show up alongside comments they leave on other blogs?
Here are a few important Twitter tips, just in case you haven’t heard of them before.
We’re nearing a tipping point. What will keep us from jumping the shark?