HOW TO: 10 Must Have WordPress Plugins

WordPressIf you plan to start a blog , or you have a small business that you wanted to take online using as CMS (Content Management System), this post is for you. Naturally, every site has its why, what and how. Here, I will focus on the how and more specifically on the back-end of your online presence. These back-end solutions will make your life easier, speed up publishing process, search engine indexing and word-of-mouth marketing through social networks status publishing.

And without further bragging, here we go with the list:

  • WordPress Importer – A plugin that allows you to import all your posts, categories, tags, comments etc. from you exported website or a backup you have done earlier on you based one. Read More…

1000 tweets

twitter_newbird_boxed_blueonwhiteLast week I have sent my 1000th tweets @borislavkiprin. It has taken me a bit more than a year to reach that number. There have been days without tweets and some with rather hectic postings. It is only natural that it is what it is. It is a personal account after all, not a business one. But before I share some thoughts on the experience, let’s lay down the analysis background…

As of the moment of this post I am running at 187 following, 157 followers, 1 listed and 1,005 tweets. I have created 9 lists that I manage my daily reads in. I basically regard my Twitter as a source of knowledge, keeping touch with friends and colleagues, spotting trends, job searching and sharing my thoughts and blog posts. And according to Klout I am an ExplorerYou actively engage in the social web, constantly trying out new ways to interact and network. You’re exploring the ecosystem and making it work for you. Your level of activity and engagement shows that you “get it”, we predict you’ll be moving up.“.
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My Gmail Was Hacked

It is a second time in the past week that my Gmail was hacked. Apparently, password changes cannot help at all and my contacts receive Viagra and other health advice that I never thought of, neither endorsed. The first time there was no echo from the recipients, but today I woke up with some worrisome messages in my mailbox.

I do apologise to every one of my contacts! Any ideas on how I can successfully battle Gmail account hacking? It seems that password changes do not help at all.

I am also wondering what Google does in that direction. What are they doing to protect the users of their Gmail service from something like this happening?

These are the things you should probably do:

  1. Do not open the link in the email you have received from me today!
  2. If you do, please scan your computer for viruses!
  3. In general do not trust emails that sell prescription drugs like Viagra, Cialis etc! These drugs are available to individuals only if they hold a prescription. They cannot be sold online or without that paper that your urologist gave you.

Let me know if there are any problems!

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