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The largest suburban Chicago newspaper announced that it’s moving to an online paid subscription-based content model. As WordPress continues to evolve the online publishing arena, is it – at the same time – contributing to the further demise of traditional print media? Can WordPress publishers see this an opportunity to further explore paid content options [...]
Infographics are GREAT Infographics, or information graphics, are nothing new. For years, society has harnessed the power of visual representation to logically interpret cause-and-effect through diagrams, timelines and flow charts. From newspapers and magazines to city maps, scholarly work and textbooks, infographics in many ways are a staple in modern communication practice. In traditional public [...]
I recently had the honor to speak on WordPress for Public Relations to the Chicago WordPress Meetup Group. While I was semi-prepared for a crowd with multiple levels of WordPress and PR experience, I realized the importance of explaining some of the fundamental basics of WordPress. What is WordPress? WordPress is an opensoure content management [...]
I’m excited that 2011 is just around the corner as I hope that I’ll be able to really launch this site, WordPress for Public Relations, in the new year. On January 19, I’ll be hosting my first official kick-off presentation for the Chicago WordPress Meetup Group with the topic of, guess, Public Relations for WordPress. [...]