You are a member of a group that has a WordPress blog and you want to contribute. But, you don’t know how to post on a WordPress blog. What to do?
Use this guide to get started blogging.
Login to WordPress Blog Dashboard
The administrator of your group must first give you a login and password to get into the “back end” of the WordPress blog. Go to the site itself and at the end the URL, type “/wp-admin,” ie. yoursite.com/wp-admin. This is a standard way to bring up the login page.
Plugins and widgets are the little apps you install on your blogsite to add functionality. They’re tiny engines that make interactive things work, handling almost any task: Search Engine Optimization, spam killing, email gathering, photo displaying… the list goes on seemingly forever. Choosing plugins and widgets can be among the most important decisions you can make about your WordPress site.
They’re created and supported by regular software developers who sell Pro versions of the free plugins found on WordPress. Still, the developers do like donations and they let you know on every page possible.
Always on the search for social media tools that make my promotional life easier, I tested a new Facebook-related plugin last week. Add Link to Facebook, version 1.142 by Marcel Bokhorst, automatically adds links to post on your Facebook wall, and it works!