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27 WordPress Hacks Every Serious Blogger Needs to Know

27 WordPress Hacks Every Serious Blogger Needs to Know

Let me take a wild guess.

Your days aren’t exactly overflowing with free time.

You dedicate as many hours as you can to your blog, but it never seems enough.

If only you could spend more time on the stuff that really matters.

Like writing. Or researching. Or connecting with other bloggers.

Surely you must be able to save a little time somewhere.

Well, how about WordPress?

As a blogger you camp out in WordPress for hours, even days.

But are you really working as quickly, efficiently and productively as you could?

Probably not, right?

Of course, you could always research a few nifty shortcuts. But that will take time – which is exactly what you don’t have.

Fortunately, you can undo any time-wasting habits with these little-known WordPress hacks.

Each one is guaranteed to help you wring every last second out of your blogging routine.
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The Simple Blog Tweak That Gets You More Social Shares Right Now

The Simple Blog Tweak That Gets You More Social Shares Right Now

Go on. Be honest.

As a blogger, you have a love-hate relationship with social media.

You love the idea of your content going viral and bringing thousands of new readers to your blog.

But you hate the fact that this kind of social success is so hard to achieve in practice.

Regardless, you always share your latest posts and ask others to do the same.

And you pick up a few shares here and there, but little more.

In fact, every time you post your content on Facebook, Twitter or Google+, it feels like tossing a coin into a fountain and making a silent wish.

You secretly hope that this will be the one that catches fire, but deep down you know it probably won’t be.

And you just can’t shake the idea that you might be missing a trick.

But what else can you do? Sharing is down to other people. It’s out of your hands, right?

Wrong.

What you may not realize is that the moment you click publish on a new post, you may already have condemned it to social obscurity.

Unless you come to grips with something called social metadata.
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