Accidentally put what should be a page into a blog post? Want to move it over to a page? Pages are what populate your menus, either the tabs along the top of your WordPress Blog or the menus in the sidebar, footer, etc.
This tutorial goes over how to change a Post to a Page and also, how to use All in One SEO with your blog posts and pages.
Moving a Post to a Page and Using All in One SEO in WordPress
In the MKMMA – Master Key Mastermind Alliance course we were required to have masterkey in the url of the domain where we blog about our MKMMA experience. Some chose to buy a domain with masterkey in the domain. Some others, like myself chose to add a sub-domain with a WordPress install or a sub-blog.
When you are working with two domains that are integrated, it is necessary to manipulate the menu structure so they continue to look the same when you add pages to either blog. We can do that in WordPress using the “Custom Menu” feature
I installed a test blog so people can try WordPress out before the decide whether or not to go with a hosted blog. There are a lot of features that are available in hosted blogs that are not available in a free blog from WordPress.com