Well, plugins and widgets are the 5th and final day in this wordpress.org blog training series. If you missed part 1 you can see it at http://StevenDownward.com/wordpress-blog-domai-hosting/. So let’s not sit around and waste a bunch of time so let’s get into the training.
Just click play and we will get started.
So as you saw in th video there, installing a plugin is something that is pretty chill. It does not take a rocket scientest to sit down and search for a plugin and then hit instal. The only thing that I mist mentioning in the video was that you will need to continually update the plugins that you have. But that too is real easy. When one needs to get updated there is a message on the top of your dashboard when you login. All you need to do there is just click update.
Now the widgets. Widgets are something that you most deffinatly want to have on your blog. There are some very important things like an opt-in box that you really should have on your WordPress.org blog. But if you are not comfortable with coding, hire someone. The money is really well worth you spending. Having good looking widgets can be the difference between someone coming to your blog and reading it compaired to someone that just comes and clicks away. Have your blog look good.
So I hope that you have enjoyed this WordPress.org blog training series. It is really something that is not too bad to set up. But if you do not like the idea of having to go through all of that and you would like someone to do it for you, you can head over to ProBlogsSetup and they will set the whole thing up for you. They even do customized blog themes with having an opt-in and the social media all built in. They do some great looking blogs.
Have a good one my friends and we’ll chat soon.
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