October 22, 2012

What You Should Put In Your WordPress Blog’s Sidebar (and Why)

It is a staple of the blogosphere. Assuming that you are reading this post on WPMU (and not in an RSS reader), the tiniest of glances to your right will reveal our sidebar, complete with various widgets and graphics…

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