Micaela rodriguez anatomy of a wordpress blog

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  • 1. By : Mica Rodriguezhttp://www.micamyx.comWordcamp PhilippinesOctober 2, 2010ANATOMY OF A WORDPRESS BLOG
  • 2. ANATOMY OF A WORDPRES BLOG
  • 3. PARTS OF A WORDPRESS BLOG Header  Archives RSS  Blog Post Search Box (Date, Post Title, Content, Tag Pages s, Author’s (Home, About, Contac Name, Category, t, Links, Disclaimer Comments) Categories  Permalinks Tags  Widgets
  • 4. Header Sample http://www.batangyagit.com
  • 5. HEADER It is found at the top of the blog It is where the Name and Logo of the blog is located. It leaves a mark to your readers/visitors
  • 6. RSS Reader/Subscription http://www.adaphobic.com
  • 7. http://www.pinkurinal.comSearch Box The Search Box can help locate a specific blog post without too much hassle.
  • 8. SEARCH BOX
  • 9. PAGES Home About – Author and Blog Contact – Where your readers can reach you Links (optional) - Blogroll Disclaimer/Privacy Policy
  • 10. HOME http://www.justwandering.org
  • 11. PAGES - About The ‘ABOUT’ page is very important because it is where your readers learn more about you and your blog without scanning all your entries. Make it more interesting by adding juicy details.
  • 12. PAGES - Contact Providing a Contact Form enables your visitors to send you private messages. It is also the way for prospect clients to reach you without messing up with your comments section. You can also place your e- mail address and cellphone numbers IF you are willing to take risks.
  • 13. PAGES - Links Also known as the ‘Blogroll’ part, you can put your favorite links here. It can also be seen at your main page depending on the preference of the author.
  • 14. PAGES – Privacy Policy
  • 15. CATEGORIES It can be compared to a paper filing system Arranged according to type or subject You can also add sub-categories if needed.
  • 16. TAGS Compliments to your categories More specific It can also be used as replacement to the search bar Tags can be seen on posts or the tag cloud
  • 17. ARCHIVES Your articles are arranged according to date It can also be compared to a library of newspapers and magazines
  • 18. Blog Post Sample http://www.nyok.co/2010/08/welcome-to-not-your-ordinary-kids/ Date Post Title Permalink Post Tags RSS Reader Content Post Category Comments Author Name
  • 19. Permalinks
  • 20. WIDGETS WIDGETS are small applications that provide functionality and content online, distributed through a potentially limitless number of websites. They also represent an entirely new way of looking at advertising.
  • 21. Sample Widgets from Flaircandy.com
  • 22. Random Tips Make sure to update your ‘About’ and ‘Contact’ page Update your blog at least once a week. Get an eye-catching header Choose the theme that suits your blog Do NOT add too much widgets Exchange links with other bloggers Be yourself!
  • 23. Creditshttp://www.micamyx.comhttp://www.batangyagit.comhttp://www.adaphobic.comhttp://www.pinkurinal.comhttp://www.justwandering.comhttp://www.pataygutom.comhttp://flaircandy.comhttp://nyok.cohttp://www.hubpages.comhttp://www.wordpress.org
  • 24. Happy Blogging!http://www.MICAMYX.com