WordPress Wednesday Tip 17: Changing the Author of a Blog Post

By Raney Day Design / March 29, 2017 / 2 Comments

Have you noticed that the author’s name is published underneath the title of a post in WordPress? This is a great way to create an online presence for the author.  But what if someone else wrote the post and you’re just publishing it for them?  You’re named as the author even though you didn’t write…

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3 More Ways Not to Curate Content on Twitter

By Raney Day Design / March 21, 2017 / 0 Comments

Have you ever started following someone on Twitter only to regret it the next day?  Maybe their tweets have overtaken your feed?  Or their links direct you to spammy sites?  Or they don’t practice social sharing etiquette and pass off someone else’s content as their own?  From the popularity of last month’s post, 3 Ways…

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WordPress Wednesday Tip 16: Setting Up {or Changing} Form Notifications

By Raney Day Design / March 15, 2017 / 0 Comments

Do you have a contact form on your WordPress site? Are you constantly logging in to see if someone submitted a form? Well, that stops today! WordPress has a handy tool that will send you email notifications when someone submits a form! (Hello, Efficiency!) What’s even better? You can send notifications to more than one email…

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Social Media Marketing Falling Flat? 5 Ways You Can Fix It

By Raney Day Design / March 7, 2017 / 0 Comments

Social media marketing falling flat? As a results-oriented entrepreneur, it’s really frustrating when your marketing efforts aren’t producing the results you were expecting. But you can start turning things around today with these 5 Tips to Improve Your Social Media Presence.   Social Media Marketing Falling Flat? 5 Ways You Can Fix It 1. Get…

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WordPress Wednesday Tip 15: Resetting Your WordPress Password

By Raney Day Design / March 1, 2017 / 0 Comments

As a busy entrepreneur, you make every minute count.  So this morning when you took the kids to library for book circle, you jumped on one of the public computers to work on your next blog.  But once you got home, you realized you forgot to log out of your site.  Oh no!  Now your website’s open…

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