5 WordPress Mistakes Even Experts Can Miss

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I hope you’ve gone through your WordPress website with a fine-toothed comb and fixed all the most common mistakes you could find.

If so, you might be feeling pretty confident. But before you relax, there might be a few more fixes that can make your site perform even better.

How do I know? Because I’ve found (and fixed) them for many of my own clients.

Keep in mind that even though I’m labeling these tips as “advanced,” there’s absolutely no reason why you can’t tackle them.

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The 7 Habits of Highly Effective WordPress Publishers

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This summer, the world lost one of its most highly effective teachers. Stephen Covey died on July 16, 2012, age 79.

Covey will be remembered as a transformative thinker on leadership and personal effectiveness. His book The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People is, and will continue to be, one of the greatest instruction manuals for personal productivity and growth ever written.

Today’s post is a respectful homage to his most lasting legacy — those 7 habits.

And since we focus on WordPress around here, that’s what we’ll apply them to.

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What Friedrich Nietzsche Can Teach You About Using WordPress Plugins

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“Our greatest strengths can also be our greatest weaknesses.”

Have you heard/read this quote?

Curious about it, I spent some time searching online for its author. After painstakingly sifting through a morass of websites — and remembering that the web’s greatest strength (so much information!) can also be its greatest weakness (so much information!) — I finally settled on a surprising answer:

No one said it. The closest thing I could find that’s attributed to a single person, is the following line from Friedrich Nietzsche:

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15 WordPress User Errors That Make You Look Silly [Infographic]

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Through superior flexibility and excellent quality, WordPress shed the label of mere “blogging” software long ago.

It’s become an indispensible content publishing platform for millions of real businesses and talented writers and thinkers across the web.

Chances are, it’s even powering your website, which makes the infographic you’ll find below indispensible.

If you’re running your site on WordPress there’s a chance you’re running into certain errors that can make you look, well, just a little bit silly.

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How to Build a Mobile Responsive Website With WordPress

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The critical importance of mobile content marketing is in full swing, and every serious online publisher is working to find a way to make that transition as painless (and profitable) as possible.

The marriage of online content and responsive web design isn’t optional anymore, because a larger and larger part of your audience is visiting your website from a mobile device.

The good news is, you don’t need to invest in multiple versions of your website to automatically deliver the best possible experience to your audience … across all devices.

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How StudioPress Makes Your WordPress
Website Work Smarter

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Does it seem like there are never enough hours in the day to accomplish everything you want to online?

Shrinking deadlines, rising costs, and the buzz of the alarm clock seemingly moments after you hit the pillow.

You only have so much energy, and all the coffee in Brazil isn’t going to make a 25th hour in the day.

How do you get ahead?

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