Blogger, mind your blog. Hints for the astute!

RockmusicRaider Editorial - Blog and Blogging

You have this urge. This unholy hunger, this need to tell the world your opinion. To put your point across, to share your passion. To be heard and understood.

Basically you want to have a voice, where others have none. Twitter does not really cut it for you, not everyone is Trump. And Facebook is downright creepy, if you start thinking about it. So, you need your own structure, and not have everybody and sundry tell you what to do all day long.

You always heard about these bloggers that work three hours every day and make millions of dollars … [...] Click to raid more!

10 Most Popular Posts @ RMR – Edition II

RockmusicRaider - Most Popular Posts

Howdy fans and friends!

A long while ago, the RMR deck crew issued that first attempt at glory. A list of most popular posts. Those that stuck with the audience, appreciation expressed through the sheer force of a great many clicks.

Since our last measurement, things changed dramatically and RockmusicRaider progressed further down that road to blog nirvana. In other words, from being totally on the outskirts of the metal music blogosphere, we find ourselves today at least somewhat more center stage. So, compared to our first attempt, there’s a tad more oomph behind our stats this time.

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RMR’s Rating System Explained!

RockmusicRaider - Ranking

I sometimes receive those calls for better clarity as it pertains to the RockmusicRaider rating system. You know, this thing that nobody likes but everybody looks for anyway on reviews and such. And usually, this pretty much boils down to the question of what an 8/10 rating actually means. Or a 1/10 for that matter.

Well, for those familiar with the beginnings of the RMR blog, we actually started out with these terrible stars. This oldish visual system that came with these godawful plugins that mostly were only good to attract hackers. Which looked like so:

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Are Author Archives secure in WordPress?

RockmusicRaider - A book archive - Author Archives

RockmusicRaider proudly uses WordPress to deliver those snazzy music reviews to our fan base. First, because this is a rock-solid, well-known, and constantly updated system to build a site on. And second, because I consider WordPress to be pretty secure.

In fact, the success of a CMS (= Content Management System) defines itself around security-related considerations. It’s a bit like some real estate you wish to acquire. I am pretty sure that you would not buy a place that misses appropriate locks on its entries and sports holes instead of properly secured windows.

Methinks also that many other users reason … [...] Click to raid more!