Ozh’ Tweet Archiver is a plugin that was designed to be a powerful plugin tool that will give Twitter users the ability to archive all their tweets to their current or even a new Twitter Themed WordPress site. The Ozh Tweet Archiver is a very resourceful plugin for active Twitter users who have sent out over 3200 tweets, and are having difficulties tracking down some of those older tweets they sent out days, months, or years ago.
Good luck finding them because Twitter does not keep track of them.
How Ozh’ Tweet Archiver Plugin Works
Ozh’ Tweet Archiver plugin should be installed on a fresh WordPress.com site or a sub-domain of a current WordPress site. This free plugin will archive all of your tweets to your WordPress site, automatically. The Ozh’ Tweet Archive plugin will make life so much easier since searching on WordPress is way more effortless then Twitter.
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Arlen Nagata, of Hawaii’s Small Business Tech and WordPress Resource recently participated in an interview highlighting his passion and expertise on WordPress design and development.
Mr. Nagata’s love for web design and WordPress is reflected in a quote below:
I love websites that look great and function well. I have been designing websites these past few years, and I’ve seen things move from traditional static websites, to dynamic websites. I’ve seen the shift from traditional web design to WordPress.
– Arlen Nagata
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For those of us who love using Twitter, yet hate the fact that it is so hard to find tweets or used hashtags, from not too long ago but that by now are long gone into the Twitter universe.
Fortunately for those brands, businesses, or people that are dependent on Twitter, and face the battle of trying to backup your tweets, there is a free WordPress plugin created for this.
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One of the most popular questions for a beginning blogger is, what is the minimum and maximum length that a blog post should be? When beginning to write or blog on the web, there are a lot of questions on what the do’s and don’ts are in blogging. Don’t allow the title of the article fool you, because there is no such thing as a perfect blog post length.
When you begin to blog, one thing to keep in the back of your mind is that most people who do read blogs typically do not have a lot of patience to read huge posts. A second tip to always remember when blogging is to always be passionate, be unique, and always make you content actionable. It will keep your reader entertain, no matter how many words you end up with in your blog post.
What Does Your Audience Have To Do With It?
Above all, it will totally depend on the type of audience. This is why blogging best practices for word count varies. It shouldn’t matter if it takes you 250 words to get your point across or 1400, as long as you keep your audience entertained and engaged. However, there are a few guidelines to consider when it comes to word count, and
finally publishing the blog to the desired audience.
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Some people may find themselves asking, just what is a feed reader and how do they work? A feed reader is a term that is used when talking about RSS technology. After the demise of Google Reader on July 1, 2013 it left RSS readers scrambling to find an alternative.
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Much concern has been raised about the stance WordPress takes on integrating commercial WordPress Plugins into the core. Jeff Chandler of WPTavern attempts to answer this issue on behalf of the WordPress Community, saying no, and listing the specific reasons with support from within the development community of WordPress.
Hat Tip: WPTavern