Explained simply, it’s where all your linking structures originates from the content up – in other words, you let all your content created for your sites, blogs and articles do your link building for you.
However, be warned, if you choose to use the free hosting service you run the risk of being shut down if you abuse their terms of service. I prefer to host my own Mer information blogs as I have full access of my data.
However, that’s not to say free WordPress themes are not worth using. I didn’t test every free theme available so I can’t say there isn’t a perfect free theme for your website.
In art there is something called the Golden Section, a perfect proportion that works magic into any painting or picture. It is an organic and natural effect that appears everywhere in our world. For webmasters, having your site listed 1 and 2 for your keywords has to be another form of the Golden Section, made especially for us.
Now that you have a blog setup, the one most important thing you can do, is to post on a regular basis, preferably daily or even twice a day. That doesn’t mean you have to write a 600 to 700 word article each time you post. In fact, you can take one post and split it up into two or three parts and post them with the note attached that the next part will be put up later. Soon the spider bots of Google will WordPress blogs be visiting your site often. And of course that is what we are aiming for.
The best thing about WordPress is that you can use the software as a website. Here is what I mean. You can create pages and make your who blog appear to be a website. Personally I think that weblogs are better than websites because they are constantly changing so they remain fresh.
This feature is automatic on WordPress blogs and a plug-in in other blogs. You should have it enabled because it allows people to subscribe to your RSS feed. This feed gets sent to their newsreader every time you update your blog, so it keeps people motivated to keep visiting, but only when new content is posted. The more regularly you update your blog, the more frequent the RSS feed is updated and the more people visit your blog.