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Alok Rana founder of LoudTechie. Like to share his blogging experience and resources with readers and bloggers. Offering best money making blogging opportunities to new bloggers. I like to write about how to blog, SEO, marketing, traffic strategies, Informative guides and growth hacking.
 
Lots of traffic, high CTRs, more ad clicks, and more income….. That’s the dream, right? To achieve this, there is a KEY; without which you...
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The WordPress CMS is very popular among passionate bloggers and website owners. It is easy to operate and manage WordPress sites/blogs. Plus, it is updated...
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Mukesh kr. bhaskar
Mukesh kr. bhaskar 2 weeks ago
Take my 2 week workout schedule challenger
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In this tutorial, we’re going to learn how to prevent WordPress from generating multiple (resized) versions of an image. As of WordPress 4.8.1, with the...
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Alok Rana
Alok Rana 3 weeks ago
Glad you like it Louise :)
Louise Myers
Louise Myers 3 weeks ago
Super tutorial, Alok! Great idea.
Alok Rana
Alok Rana 3 weeks ago
Hey Ryan,

Glad you like it.

I was having this issue with my blog so I was searching for this solution from long ago. That is when I got this idea to create this tutorial on this issue as this is one serious issue with every WordPress blogger. And no one really has a solution for this, including your hosting provider, theme support or WordPress. There is always something left with the solution of this issue.

I will soon come with one more solution to this same issue. The other one will be more simple and easy to implement.

Thanks
Ryan Biddulph
Ryan Biddulph 3 weeks ago
Hi Alok,

Helpful tutorial here.

I'd not muck with my theme at all so I do not break the thing with the moving parts but totally get why you'd do this. Serious storage saver.

Thanks for sharing with us.

Ryan
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You have dedicated a lot of time in finishing up your dream product or service but your work is not done yet. You need to introduce your product or service to your...
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As an amateur WordPress blogger, hope you were well aware of the word “Forum”, right! Forums are the excellent collection of relevant information or...
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Alok Rana
Alok Rana 1 month ago
Thanks Kaushik.
Kaushik Mahato
Kaushik Mahato 1 month ago
Very good idea to promote a wordpress blog
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Till now, I have written and published 150+ posts here on this blog. But I know, you probably haven’t read most of them or you might forget they even...
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Alok Rana
Alok Rana 2 months ago
Hello Mahato, Glad you like it. I would also like to know which one you find the most interesting out of all 4 mentioned plugins.
Kaushik Mahato
Kaushik Mahato 2 months ago
Really valuable post. I must do this for my blogs.
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Congratulation! You have made it to Phase 4 on my "how to start a blog" series. I hope everything is going perfectly fine with your blog and all of our previously...
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The internet has eliminated the boundaries of nations, people, and almost everything. You had to physically go to an institution to learn anything lately. But now, you...
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Until few months before, I hadn’t even heard about Triberr, and now this is one of my regular blogging tool in my task scheduling calendar. I am using it...
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Almost every blogger is now using social media networks to maximize the popularity and reach of their blog posts. But there are only a few people who fully understand...
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Alok Rana
Alok Rana 3 months ago
Hey Sara, thanks for sharing such information. I can understand what you are doing you must update your GCal right after post publishes and your IFTTT should fetch your commands from GCal.
If you ask me IFTTT is a bit complicated for me I tried using it twice but then it skipped that thought. I would love to learn using it from you. And the tool I mentioned in my post is way more simple than publishing a post on your blog. You just have to set it up once and it will do the magic. I am using their free version as of now and I am quite happy with their functions. You can also give it a try.
Sara Duggan
Sara Duggan 3 months ago
Hi, Alok. I haven't used Revive Old Post plugin yet. I do know quite a few people that do.
I use IFTTT, Google Calendar, and Twitter to set my posts up to post continuously.
I find it easier for me to add to my GCal right after I publish and then set the repeat to once a day the first 2-weeks, 1/week thereafter.
For guest posts and interview posts, I use Recur Post as it recycles them out.
Thanks for the great guide.
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This is our Phase 3 on "how to start a blog". In our previous phase, I discussed 4 important decisions you need to make when starting a successful blog. In this...
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Affiliate marketing is literally an example of ‘make money while you sleep’ technique. If you are from the Indian subcontinent and you target US audience,...
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This is Phase 2 for starting a successful blog. In this phase, you will learn about what needs to be considered when starting a new blog. But first, you should know...
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So you are done setting up your new blog? You’ve done on-page and off-page SEO optimization for all the pages of your blog and still wondering why your blog is...
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The reason you are here reading this article could be that you recently checked crawl errors inside your Google webmaster console. There you may have seen multiple...
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