blog-tools

Why I Happily Pay for G-Suite Business [2017 Update]

July 2017 Update: First published in 2016, this article has been updated and republished in July 2017 after I have used the G Suite for over an year now.   Google has labelled the Google Apps as “G Suite” as of September 2016. The basic offering remains the same with all apps [...]

2018-07-13T07:59:27+00:00July 21st, 2017|Categories: blog-tools|Tags: , , , |

Blogging with Chromebook – Can it Handle Everything? [2018 Update]

Last updated in Sep 2017 after using chromebook for over 4 years and running this blog solely from a chromebook.   I started blogging on a chromebook. 4 years on. I am still using it and enjoying it to manage this blog completely from a chromebook. In these 4 years, it has been my [...]

2018-09-27T22:51:10+00:00June 8th, 2017|Categories: blog-experience, blog-tools|Tags: , |

3 Years with SiteGround and Running WordPress Blog [2018 Update]

This blog is hosted on the SiteGround’s server for over 3 years now. Last year, I wrote about my two years feedback of the SiteGround's shared hosting performance. This year, it is the third episode. No influence, no long-talks and no wishy-washy either. SiteGround 's user experience on a day to day basis and my overall view [...]

2018-08-06T08:12:17+00:00May 17th, 2017|Categories: blog-experience, blog-tools|Tags: , , |

Traits of a Quality WordPress Theme – 5 Checks to Choose a Theme That Best Suits Your Needs

I am not a WordPress developer or expert of any kind. I am just a common user of the WordPress who has built and managed this website on the WordPress platform from the scratch. Over two and a half years of working with this excellent software, I have acquired the knowledge and experience of using [...]

2018-05-24T14:39:48+00:00January 18th, 2017|Categories: blog-tools|Tags: , , |

How to Choose WordPress Plugins? (The 7 Steps)

First published in September 2015, this article is recently revised and re-published in October 2016. It is updated with my further-matured point of view and experience of the WordPress plugins.   When I started blogging with WordPress, it only took me a few months to establish that it is important [...]

2018-09-09T23:22:59+00:00October 3rd, 2016|Categories: blog-tools|Tags: , |

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