How to link YouTube to a Google+ page with different email addresses

I’ve been trying for some time now to link (or connect) my YouTube account and my Google+ page, but the only problem is that both of these accounts have different email addresses. According to many posts I read around the web and Google support, there is no way to do this. At least that was […]

How to limit WordPress post revisions with a simple line of code

You started a new WordPress site and you noticed that everything you save in a post also creates a revision. You make more changes and these WordPress revisions keep piling up. After a year of writing daily in your blog, you notice that your site’s database starts growing, but if you look closely almost 50%, […]

How to make AdSense load faster on your WordPress site

This indeed is a good news for every website owner, not just for WordPress, because now Google is piloting a new ad code type to improve latency of web pages with AdSense ads. This is a huge deal because it means that pages in your site will load faster, which also means a better experience […]

How to fix WordPress 3.5.2 Database Update Required error

I just updated to the latest WordPress 3.5.2 maintenance update, but when I clicked the “Update WordPress Database” I ended up in another page that only displayed the WordPress logo. After trying to complete the database update several times I also stumbled upon an error that looked something like this: Fatal error: Allowed memory size […]

How to add gradient to the first letter of a WordPress blog post

Great content is just part on running a successful website, user experience is another key ingredient to get visitors to come back. So today in this WordPress tutorial I want to show you how make your blog post a little more appealing and professional by capitalizing the first letter of a paragraph and adding gradient […]

How to prevent Google Adsense from loading when users are logged in to WordPress

When running a WordPress site there are times when you don’t need to load certain parts of your theme when you’re logged in. One example of this is Google Adsense, loading your own ads is not a good practice and to prevent accidental impressions you can prevent loading Adsense while users are logged in to […]

Matt Cutts details what’s coming in Google SEO in 2013

I’m a long time follower of Matt Cutts, head of the webspam team at Google, he is the person to listen when it comes to designing a website to rank higher with Google’s search engine. Today in a new YouTube video from the Google Webmaster Help channel, Cutts talks about what is coming in Google […]