Especially if you don’t mind having it query Bing, Microsoft’s search engine!
Bing404 is a WordPress plugin that’ll provide suggested results to blog posts and data that might be close to what the original viewer was looking for:
Someone passed me this link this morning and I thought it would be worth sharing with the community here.
Essentially what Highlighter does is gives your readers the ability to interact with your content to one more degree, providing some interactivity like sharing, emailing, as well as commenting right in-line with the content. Not sure how this works? Check out the following overview video:
As we get bigger and bigger we’re going to spend more time analyzing our content effectiveness for the sake of our readers and Google (of course).
Large news syndicates use headline split-testing all the time, and if you’re not familiar with that it’s essentially trying two (or more) headline or post titles to see which one is more effective at garnering traffic.
It can now be done simply with a WordPress plugin if you use WordPress.
Pretty slick if you ask me.
Just scroll down the demo and see it pop out – magic!
And then dream of how you might use it for awesomeness.
If you haven’t heard, Mozilla released a new addon called F1. You can share webpages right from your browser via Facebook, Twitter, and email.
Thoughts? I haven’t used it extensively and it’s not a part of my workflow.
I was bored so I decided to destroy ChurchCrunch (and make my own sound effects while doing it).
Check it out – I did some serious damage!
I was recently talking to the team on the back channel about having a slick way of engaging visitors and readers via notifications, and Tom obliged.
The result? A wickedly-cool sliding notification that we’re going to find a use for across our properties. Check it out:
Although WordPress is a blogging platform at its core, many people have begun to use the application as a CMS of sorts. We’ve seen a number of businesses and churches begin to build out their online presence on top of it.
Of course, the sheer number of plug-ins that are available help to make it easy for many of us to customize our functionality without actually having to write any code.
We try to cover some of the new, more relevant plug-ins and a good friend of mine recently dropped Bing Maps for WordPress in my inbox…