Things were very different when I started using WordPress in 2007. In the decade I’ve been using this software, I’ve come to discover a lot of what it has to offer “out of box”, and what useful plugins I wish I’d known about or had access to from the beginning – some of which I regret not installing sooner.
Did I even shower today? I’m too ashamed to even admit how often I ask myself that question. Seriously… Did I even take time out of my so-called “work day” to wash my butt? I mean, chances are that if you have to ask yourself, then the answer is likely ‘No’.
In fact, it may have been ‘No’ for a couple of days in a row. Oops.
I’ve always been anti-launch. I’ve seen it so many times – new entrepreneurs desperate to get it “right” to the point that it takes them months, some over a year just to finally launch their website, launch their product or service, and actually put themselves out there. No. Stop doing this to yourself. Website launches are ridiculous.
A client fired me recently. I’ve had clients sever contracts for any number of reasons… But fired? I’ve been a graphic designer for 10 years… I’ve never been fired before. I honestly didn’t even know how to process the concept of it. What was I supposed to do now? What did me getting fired from this job actually mean for me as a business owner?
How annoying is it when you share a page from your website, and the page title is just all wrong? – Worse, when you can’t figure out where to change the information so that it displays correctly!? I’m going to show you how you can control the information being displayed for custom post types like your Portfolio and single-Portfolio pages using the Yoast SEO Plugin for WordPress.