Find Free WordPress Themes with Google Image Search

The other day, I helped my friend set up a new recipe blog on WordPress. We were looking for a good cooking or food WordPress theme, but the built-in WordPress theme search wasn’t yielding a whole lot of results. When I searched on Google, I noticed the section for Google Image results had a lot of thumbnails for WordPress themes. I then viewed the Google Image search results, and I was amazed how many of the results were thumbnails of WordPress blog themes.


WordPress Plugin to Remove Google AdSense and Google Analytics

If you work on your blog a lot, you’re likely generating unwanted Google AdSense and Google Analytics impressions. There are a number of tutorials out there that show you how to prevent AdSense ads from displaying if you’re logged into WordPress. However, these involve modifying template files which can be a nuisance and time consuming. Ergo the Google AdSense and Google Analytics Remover plugin for WordPress.


A Wealth of Free Blog Content in Your Search History

Content is KingAnyone who owns a blog is well aware that content is king. ¬†However, developing a lot of original quality content is often easier said than done. That being said, you may have a wealth of free content at your very fingertips of which you aren’t even aware: your search history.

Update:Now getting free content from your Google History is easier than ever. Check out my new free tool to download Google History.


Google Caffeine and SEO – Optimizing for Real-Time Search

caffeineSo what is Google Caffeine all about? A simple analogy: Google Caffeine is to search what the iPhone 4 is to the iPhone; a modern update to an existing product. It still continues to provide all of the great features that made it great and whets the appetite for technology with a few clever new features — neither product provides any new revolutionary functionality, just some upgrades.

DoFollow Blog Search

Dofollow vs. Nofollow

The majority of blogs implore the nofollow tag in their comments. That means that when you specify your website URL when leaving a comment, the link created does not help to elevate your website’s status in the algorithms search engines use. Although not really an “official” term, people often use dofollow to describe blogs that do not use the nofollow tag. In other words, comments left on these blogs do help to elevate your website’s status in search engines.