Today, I was double-checking an article that I had written and noticed that the related post that came up was from 9 years ago on a platform that no longer existed. So, I decided to take a deeper look at the Jetpack related posts options on my site and see if I could limit the date range. Jetpack does a fantastic job of selecting the relevant posts that are similar, but unfortunately, it has no
If you’re using WordPress, one of your required plugins should be the Related Post plugin. That said, I noticed that the volume of keywords that were being posted with my Daily Reads were really skewing the Related Post results. As well, I was really surprised that the Related Posts plugin only provided a list of related posts before the post that you’re reading! What if you changed your mind (as I often do!)… shouldn’t you
The last couple of weeks has been brutal. I’ve started a project Wiki to keep up with the projects I’m doing, I’ve hired a young developer to assist me, I’ve resigned from my employer and accepted a new position with a local startup. I don’t want to burn any bridges with my previous employer (who I loved working with and for) so I’ve been mired in conversations with employees, leaders, and a couple special clients
Tom has requested that I tip his blog, PGA Auctions. And I’m happy to oblige! Tom’s blog is about his eBay business and he keeps a close eye on the auctions so there are plenty of competitors out there and we need to get him some help! Here are your Blog Tips: First, be sure to correct the link on the Post with the link back to my blog… when you copy and paste from
This is a special one! Stephen is a good friend of my son, Bill’s. Stephen is a great guy – very intelligent, very curious, and incredibly patient. I know when he pings me for a question he’s probably already been up a sleepless night so I really enjoy helping him out. Stephen’s blog should get very interesting over the next year as he travels to Germany. Germany is actually known for its lack of bloggers.