How JoomBlog Can Help to Make Your Posts Interactive
Category: Joomla Related
Blogging became an effective marketing tool last year and, it seems, going to stay as such. According to Matt Cuts, the head of Google’s Webspam team, the stress should be put on quality of posts & offering value to the readers. Qualitative content not only drives traffic to your Joomla! website and increases SEO results, but improves your brand, helps to build long-standing relationships with your clients, keep them updated with recent company’s events, discounts and offers.
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JoomBlog 1.3.0 Release: Blog Like a Pro!
Category: JoomPlace Extensions
JoomPlace is glad to announce a new release of JoomBlog component with a number of new features and fulfilled improvements to simplify your Joomla! blogging experience. Taking into account the recent Google’ focus on the content importance, we did our best to improve JoomBlog blogging software to make your company visible, your thoughts & opinions shared and your expertise valuable! Check out the features that will help you to blog like a Pro!
Improved code quality for higher blog ranking
JoomBlog code quality has been significantly changed to optimize page speed and, as a consequence, website ranking! The speed of the content upload plays a significant role in search ranking, especially when more & more users are on the go surfing the web using mobile devices. JoomBlog extension exempts your blog visitors from waiting for slow pages to upload and add some pluses for higher website ranking.
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Startups: Get Focused and Stop Adding Franken-Features!
After launching a product, startups often ask themselves, “What next?” — and before they know it they’ve created a monster. Andrew Chen explains why you should stop overwhelming your product with shallow features and start highlighting its core value.
Editor’s Note: This guest article from Andrew Chen originally appeared on his blog as “Does Your Product Suck? Stop Adding New Features and “Zoom in” Instead on Your Product Design Approach”
Adding a Lot More Features Won’t Save Your Product
Everyone’s worked on a product that’s failing despite a ton of work behind it. It’s not for lack of great ideas, or a lack of bright minds working long and hard on the product. In the startup world, often this comes because after a new product is launched, there’s a Trough of Sorrow where features are often added to try to spark traction. After a few months of this, and a few shifts in direction, it’s easy to get a Frankenstein product that tries to do too much.