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BibBornem / Pixabay

If you’ve been following this blog for a while, you’d know that I’ve been publishing Kindle/Nook books since 2011 to varying degrees of success and consistency.

Most of my books have the following characteristics: They’re roughly 4,000 to 5,000 words in length, and they tend to be of a romantic or erotic nature. Continue reading »

 

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I’ll be honest…

I stopped caring about organic traffic some time ago (for the most part, at least).

For starters, as awesome as “Google traffic” is, dealing with hardcore SEO can be a pain. Continue reading »

 

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Hey guys, Elvis here bringing you another post – one that will hopefully help you generate quick, almost-instant traffic to your website.

With a bit of luck and a kick-ass strategy, you should be able to easily leverage your followers and soon build some great, long-lasting relationships. Continue reading »

Feature a WordPress Post Image

I recently covered a way to automatically “require” a WordPress Featured Image. This article deals with a similar task, as it grabs a picture directly from your post body (if it finds one) and adds it as a Featured Image automatically. Continue reading »

 

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If you run a multi-author blog, it may be a good idea to require a featured image in all WordPress posts. This ensures that you and everyone uploads an image before hitting the “Publish” button, thus giving your posts a more vibrant and professional look. Continue reading »

 

6 Free Stock Photo WordPress Plugins

On 09/22/2014, in Money & Marketing, Reviews, by Elvis Michael
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Looking for free WordPress stock photos? Your seemingly endless search is now over.

Unlike the late 90s, websites cannot survive without images these days. Pictures are used to capture the reader’s attention and provide greater detail to your articles. Continue reading »