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Dirty WordPress Hack Going Around, Cloaked to Search Engines

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Recently there’s been a WordPress hack going around which has been using cloaking to target Google IP addresses. That means, the spammers/hackers are somehow getting into your WordPress blog, and generating a bunch of spam content and links that only Google can see. This particular hack uses some particularly dirty methods which include inserting spam

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WordPress Clone Themes – Your Take?

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I came across a theme the other day called TweetPress, which bears a very obvious resemblance to the Twitter profile design. Let’s compare. First, here’s a screenshot of the TweetPress theme: And here’s a screenshot of my Twitter profile. Not only is it a striking resemblance, it appears the cloudy background image was lifted directly

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What Makes a “SEO-Friendly” WordPress Theme?

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There’s a lot of hullabaloo regarding “SEO” when it comes to WordPress themes. In this series of posts, I’ll go over what most people believe is “good SEO” when it comes to web templates. If your theme doesn’t have it already, I’ll show you how to “correct” it. Content ordering, and how to make sure

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