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  • drdianehamilton 2:33 pm on November 10, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: All-In-One SEO, Authority Pro, , Bryan McConnahea, , , JQuery, , split testing, Templates, ,   

    Authority Pro: Promises More Than the Typical WordPress Theme Engine 

     Authority Pro Review - WordPress Squeeze Page Plugin


    Authority Pro has positioned itself as a theme engine unlike any other currently available for WordPress.  The intent of the engine is to maximize the ability to have content delivered as needed and to drive conversations.  They offer 24 customizable widgets to increase functionality.

    I’ve been reading some reviews of Authority Pro since it debuts today.  

    Promotedprofits.com stated, “The promise of Authority Pro is this: you get targeted traffic, and it’ll work to get you the very best conversions possible, on as many of your pages and posts as possible.  It can continuously split-test for you, so that you’re always finding better and more profitable ways of configuring your site. If you have low levels of traffic, Authority Pro might be critical for you, as you need to really maximize the ROI of each visitor that comes to your site.  If you get moderate to high levels of traffic, then it’s obvious that you have a lot to gain from Authority Pro.”  

    Netmarketingcourse.net lists the following capabilities as part of Authority Pro:

    • Video Fake Out
    • Google Analytics
    • Google Website Optimizer (split testing)
    • Built In Squeeze Page Graphics
    • Multiple Squeeze Page Templates
    • Aweber & Get Response Intagration
    • Custom Exit Page Redirect
    • Custom CSS Coding

    James Morgan at Articlebase.com claims he was skeptical about this product due to all of the hype, but found the product to be much more than a theme.  He stated, “It comes pre-installed with a bunch of different squeeze page templates that make your sites indistinguishable from the ones the pros spend thousands and thousands of dollars testing.”

    They are offering this product for $97 and you can get it by clicking here.

    If anyone has used this and wants to fill me in on their experience, I’d love to hear about it.

    • Lewis 4:33 am on November 12, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Product seems great but support sucks… the product comes with no training, no help just the theme …

      They have the nerve to upsell you and training that is not created yet … I guess that is why they wont give you and basic training on how to use the theme.

      • drdianehamilton 11:16 am on November 12, 2010 Permalink | Reply

        Thanks for the information Lewis. I’ll be curious to hear if anyone else has had the same experience.

    • Carl Burke 8:13 pm on December 8, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      I hear you Lewis, It seems as if their support has just stopped in the middle of November, and do note that most of the training is just a brief description, with no ins and outs of the features. Shoot I am still working on giving the theme a face lift to include My own header banner, And the sad part is I know it can be done based on the community site, there setting do not allow you to make those changes, without html knowledge. Well I am still waiting to see if I am wrong. Here is the sad part is that I really like the theme, but with no support what good is it?

  • drdianehamilton 10:48 pm on September 19, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , Templates, , ,   

    5 Useful Sites For Help With WordPress 

    Collection of WordPress statistics:  http://en.wordpress.com/stats/

    WordPress TV visual resources for all things WordPress: http://wordpress.tv/

    Video press – Upload and share videos on WordPress – converts your video into multiple formats:  http://videopress.com/?ref=wpcom

    WordPress beginners guide: http://www.wpbeginner.com/category/beginners-guide/

    How to create a slide show in WordPress: http://wordpress.tv/2010/04/14/using-slideshows-on-wordpress-com/

  • drdianehamilton 2:06 pm on August 30, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Cover letter, Distribution, , Employment Digest, Executive, Resumes and Portfolios, Templates   

    How To Make A Cover Letter Template Work For You | EmploymentDigest.net 

    Since employers receive thousands of resumes every year, a bad cover letter can keep your resume from being viewed. Employers will simply push your resume aside and pick someone with a more intriguing cover letter.

    A cover letter template can be a great start when writing your letter. There are several misconceptions that need to be addressed when using a template, though. For instance, often times we spend hours composing the perfect resume and spend around 10 minutes preparing our cover letter. People grab a quick letter template and barely change anything. Your cover letter leads up to the most important element for landing you an interview.

    4 Tips For Customizing Templates

    1. Chances are you aren’t the only one that downloaded a cover letter template and barely changed it. Having the same cover letter as your competitors won’t help you land your dream job. You need to stand out from the crowd so, make sure you only use the template as a general guideline. Really customize your cover letter to make it stand out and get noticed.

    3. Don’t just fill in the blanks on your template. It’s best just to look at a template to get an idea of what should be included in the letter and how to structure it. You want yours to be custom and unique. Use your content in an organized fashion but it doesn’t have to match the template exactly. Get creative and get noticed by employers.

    4. Make your cover letter personalized by addressing it to an actual person. This will really set you apart from competitors especially if they are using the run of the mill cover letter with no customization. The main goal of your cover letter is to catch the reader’s attention and get you an interview. Specially address their company within the letter and get the interview you deserve!

    Following these simple tips can make using templates work for you not against you in your job hunt.

    Compare the top resume writing services all in one place. Choose the right one for you by visiting http://www.ResumeLines.com

  • drdianehamilton 2:27 pm on August 23, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , button, , , Templates, Text box, , , ,   

    How to Enter Code so Others Share Your Page 

    Today’s Ask Dr. Diane: How did you get that icon on the right side of your page that says “please share my page”? 

    Go to the Appearance area of your WordPress site and pick themes.  Under widgets you can find the text box to add to your sidebar.  If you add the following code into your widget for text, you can get the button like the one I show on the right side of my blog that says, “please share my page”

    <!– AddToAny BEGIN –>
    <a href=”http://www.addtoany.com/share_save?linkurl=http%3A%2F%2Fbit.ly%2FdA0xau&amp;linkname=Please%20Share%20My%20Page%20″><img src=”http://static.addtoany.com/buttons/share_save_171_16.png” width=”171″ height=”16″ border=”0″ alt=”Share/Bookmark” /></a>

    <!– AddToAny END –>

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