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Dealing with Multiple WordPress Installs

Do you have more than one WordPress powered website? Fed up with logging in to multiple WordPress websites just to see if there has been any updates to your install? This is the first part of a series looking at the available options for centralised WordPress administration.

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Easier WordPress Backups

Backing up your WordPress website should not be a chore. You have various solutions, both free and premium, to choose from. In this post I am reviewing WordPress Duplicator, the backup solution I use on this and other websites.

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A Bit of a Delay in Updates!

Yes, I know, I haven’t been posting updates to my blog. Bad Fred!

My day job has been crazy busy and as I have switched to the 2014 Partnership to Success course, I have not been doing the 2013 training as I possibly should do.

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Week 8 and Product/Niche Selection Time

Week 8 email dropped in to my mail box this evening. I followed the link to this weeks Partnership to Success training and now we are starting the next phase of the course. I’m guessing it’s niche selection and product creation seeing as, well, I do not want to give the whole course away, but it’s all about how you choose your niche.

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WordPress Auto-Update

You may or may not know about a relatively new feature introduced into WordPress 3.7 – auto-update. In the WordPress 3.7 series and above, WordPress would update itself when a new minor version or security update is released. By default, WordPress would not upgrade itself to a major version (3.7 to 3.8 for example).

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How To Cloak Affiliate Links

When you are promoting products, such as the upcoming Partnership to Success program (see what I did there?!) if you are using naked affiliate links, people can remove your affiliate code and you lose out on your commission.

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