Torres is a single column, content centric free premium theme. The theme is built with more emphasis is presenting your content more prominently with media. The large featured image makes it suitable for artists, photographers, journals etc. The theme is wordpress 3.6 compatible and the homepage of the theme features a large flexslider section. The footer of the theme consists 3 different widgets section.
Revera is a free premium wordpress theme based on the Bootstrap 3 framework. This is a responsive wordpress theme with all the bootstrap goodness packed in it. The theme is WordPress 3.6 ready. The theme comes with features like, custom menu, featured images, custom homepage template, portfolio page template , widgetized sidebar and footer, custom widgets on homepage, theme option page etc.
1.Slider category – Set a category for jQuery slider on the homepage.
2. Number of slides – Set a number of slides on the jQuery slider.
3. Portfolio category – The portfolio uses category to identify the contents. So assign a category for portfolio items.
4. Portfolio items per page – Set the number of portfolio items per page.
5. Homepage widgets – The homepage template contains 3 custom widget areas that can be configured from the options panel. You can enter a widget title, widget text and a widget icon. For the widget icon name plz refer the bootstrap glyphicons.
6. Banner settings – Configure the banner ads.
This is another free premium theme call it post. Its minimal type extremely clean and simple, it has masonry feature, easy to use and set. It has 8 different layouts, slider big and small variations, and 9 smooth color styles to choose from and much more…
- Nice homepage slider included
- Featured Posts Section in sidebar
- Advanced theme control panel
- Latest WordPress compatible
- WordPress 3.0 custom menu support
- Special multi level drop-down menu
- 9 color schemes
- Choice for different layouts
- 3 Layouts for slider
- 2 layout for blog pages
- Ability to choose any layout for homepage
- Special contact page script
- Custom logo image integration
- Widget ready sidebar
- WordPress Build in post thumbnail
- Built-in site search
- Full documentation included
- Pure CSS layouts. No tables
- SEO optimized code
At Pubcon 2014 is Las Vegas, I had the opportunity to sit down and talk to Mindy Weinstein of Bruce Clay Inc. about how to create the type of content your audience craves. Throughout Pubcon, Mindy was part of several expert panels on content creation sharing her unique experiences on creating content in today’s demanding online marketplace. One thing that comes up over and over again during Mindy’s sessions is her passion for creating content that speaks to people. In the video below, Mindy shares her advice on how to do that: Here are some key takeaways from the video: […]
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In late May, the European Court of Justice ruled that Google is required to remove results deemed to be “irrelevant” and “outdated.” In order to comply with this ruling, Google set up a form that allowed people to complain about specific results. To prevent fraudulent requests intended to manipulate search results, the form requires users to supply documentation verifying their identity. When results are removed from search, Google sends a message to the Webmaster via Webmaster Tools. The original notification Google sent about removing content from its European index was fairly sparse. The message just stated a URL had been removed and […]
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The latest social media site sounds like it is greeting you: but it’s Ello without an H, and it’s more than just a friendly greeting. It is a social site that is making some major promises and churning up major interest. Just what is this social site, and why are people starting to use it? Is it worth your time and effort? Let’s take an in-depth look. The What, Whos and Hows of Ello Ello is the latest social media site to create a massive stir. We first heard of them this September, and from the stats it looks like they are […]
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Long-standing Reddit General Manager, Erik Martin, announced his decision to leave the company today after serving as its GM for six years. Martin broke the news himself on Twitter: Hard decision, but after 6 outstanding yrs I’m leaving reddit. Thank you to everyone who helped me along the way & made it an amazing ride! — erik martin (@hueypriest) October 13, 2014 In addition to being named one of Time’s most influential people of 2012, Martin was also behind some of Reddit’s most character-defining moments. For example, under Martin Reddit was a major proponent against controversial tech policy SOPA/PIPA. With […]
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Jay Baer of Convince and Convert kicked off the final day of Pubcon as only he could, and luckily for him, three days in Las Vegas didn’t stop anyone from getting up early and packing the convention center. With the exhibition hall closed on the last day, that left a full day devoted to keynotes with some of the most prolific marketing personalities, and sessions with panels of experts in their respective fields. Morning Keynote: Jay Baer Baer spoke to a standing room only crowd about how marketing is harder than it has ever been due to the fact that […]
Stone Temple Consulting analyzed data from 3086 different queries to find out which gives the best answers between Siri, Google Now, and Microsoft’s Cortana. The findings were recently published as a comprehensive study on Stone Temple’s website. The study was not conducted with random queries, a particular set of queries were picked out based on what Stone Temple believed would be likely to trigger a knowledge panel. A knowledge panel was defined in this study as content displayed in search results that’s meant to provide a direct answer to a query. The queries were conducted with voice searches on all […]
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Google’s last Toolbar PageRank update, which rolled out on December 2013, may have been its last as Google’s John Mueller stated in a recent Google Hangout. A question was asked by a frustrated individual who couldn’t understand why so many spammy sites selling PR6 backlinks had not been dealt with despite having been reported to Google multiple times. Mueller’s response is as follows: “There are a few things where we do take action that you might not see directly. Toolbar PageRank is something that we have not updated for about a year now, and we’re probably not going to be […]
Many SEOs may consider .edu backlinks to be very valuable, while others think they are worthless. From my perspective, .edu links are difficult to get and offer a great deal of authority, which makes them quite valuable. But, these links don’t have to be hard obtain, if you know how to get your website in front of the right people. With a bit of strategy and well thought-out content, you can run an affordable campaign using social media to attract the right eye balls and possibly get .edu links naturally, no shady buying schemes necessary. Here’s how: Think About Your Client’s Needs If your client is […]
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As much as we may hate to admit it, the rules are always different for small businesses. Most of our clients fit in the small-to-medium-sized bucket, and hey, we’re right there in that bucket with you. So it’s worthwhile to acknowledge when the best practices that work for big brands don’t really apply to us little guys. Today I’ll be discussing some content marketing “rules” that it’s OK for small businesses to break. Supposed Best Practice #1: You Need a Content Marketing Strategy This is the content marketing rule I hear over and over again, and it’s starting to grate on […]
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In order to ensure you have absolutely everything you need to survive this year’s Pubcon, we decided to make our Survival eBook even better. More up-to-date details, better tips, additional event details released by Pubcon, and even a map of Treasure Island! Just like the first version, version 1.5 includes restaurant listings, transportation options, an exhibit hall map, and a list of keynote speaker sessions. Inside these new-and-improved pages, you will also find: More #Protips! A Map of Treasure Island Hotel Pubcon Shuttle Hours & Details Updated Exhibit Hall Map More 1st Timers Tips Conference or hotel mobile connectivity can sometimes be sketchy- funny how that happens when 3,000 attendees […]
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