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10 Beautiful Logo Fonts for your Blog

If you’re starting a new blog or looking to give your existing blog a fresh new look, then the chances are you’re looking to create a brand new logo. Part of creating a new logo is finding the perfect font. And, with the vast amount of beautiful fonts available you’re certainly spoilt for choice.  In this post we share with you our top ten favourite fonts found on Creative Market.

1) Pretty Pen

Blog Logo Fonts: Pretty Pen

Pretty Pen is a handwritten font with a slanted touch. This makes it natural and pleasant and with it’s characteristic hand look this font is perfect for your blog’s new logo.

2) Brooklyn

Blog Logo Fonts: Brooklyn

Its stunning style makes Brooklyn a great choice for fashion and lifestyle blogs. A top tip for this font is to apply a little letter spacing, this gives Brooklyn an ultra modern look and feel. Brooklyn is an all-caps sans serif font that comes in two weights.

3) Manhatten

Blog Logo Fonts: Manhattan

Manhattan is an all-caps font with a classy style. Sleek lines and beautifully thin serifs makes it perfect for your blog’s new logo.

4) Money Penny

Blog Logo Font: Money Penny

Money Penny is a free flowing brush script with just the right amount of san serif. With its sophisticated style Money Penney is a beautiful choice for your blog’s logo.

5) Naïve Inline

Blog Logo Font: Naive Inline

Included with this handwritten font are three weights and five different interior patterns, which can be used to create a truly unique combination for a great blog logo.

6) Quincy

Blog Logo Font: Quincy

With plenty of weights and styles to choose from, Quincy is not only a fantastic choice for your blog’s logo but also for your blog’s headings and paragraphs. Quincy is a pleasant font that has a timeless style.

7) Madelyn

Blog Logo Fonts: Madelyn

With its calligraphy pen style, Madelyn is perfect for conveying individuality and style. Madelyn is a handwritten script font that has an organic handwriting style. This font is great for any personal or lifestyle blog.

8) Styled Up

Blog Logo Fonts: Styled Up

With it’s unique hand-brushed style, Styled Up really is an excellent choice for your new blog logo. Styled Up is a modern calligraphy font perfect for portraying a personal touch.

9) Saturday

Wonderfully casual with a care free style is a great way to describe Saturday. With different styles to choose from, Saturday boasts a unique look that makes it a great choice for any bloggers logo.

10) Malisia

A gentle script font with natural feel, Malisia is a beautiful font choice for anyone looking to create a feminine blog logo. Malisia will make a stunning logo that will really make your blog stand out.

If you have been inspired by any of the beautiful fonts above, please be sure to let us know in the comments below.

Easy WordPress recipe cards with Super Simple Recipes

Today we’re excited to be introducing Super Simple Recipes. A WordPress recipe card plugin, that we think, gets it just right.

Easily create beautifully engaging recipe cards

Super Simple Recipes is all about keeping the creation of beautiful recipe cards simple and engaging, whilst providing all the functionally and options needed.

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Sourcing the best FREE images for your WordPress blog

When you come to creating a new blog post, I’m sure that a very important aspect for you is to make your post as visually appealing as possible. Not everyone is an aspiring photographer or has access to a decent camera (or time / scenery / space for that matter!) and you may be thinking, where is the best place to find the best photos images for your blog.

During the design process of our themes, finding the right imagery for our theme demos plays a big part. I have my go-to sites where I find the best photos for our themes that are crystal clear, high in resolution and high in quality photos, and I want to share these sites with you so you can also have beautiful free photos for your blog.

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Bloggers’ Showcase

Thank you to all you awesome people who responded to our ’Showcase’ newsletter at the beginning of the month. We received lots of submissions and we have just now got around to going through them all to select our favourites, which was much harder than we thought it would be! There were many amazing submissions using our themes but we have now whittled it down to just 13 (couldn’t quite get it down to a nice round 10!). And for those of you who left us your Twitter handle, we will also be giving you a mention in a tweet and a link to your site! Continue reading “Bloggers’ Showcase”

Optimizing WordPress

Have you ever clicked on a web page and after waiting for what seems like FOREVER for the page to load, you gave up and looked for an alternative website to provide the information you required? You maybe thought “hmmm I really need a new internet provider…” and whilst this may well be the case, it is usually just caused by slow page load times. In this post, we share some tips on optimizing WordPress.

Okay, so how do you achieve the ultimate in optimizing WordPress? We’ve already talked about Image Optimization (which if you haven’t read, we would recommend you check it out) but now we are going to discuss other elements involved. Continue reading “Optimizing WordPress”

WordPress Form Plugins

Welcome to the next instalment in the Sculpture Qode WordPress blog setup. So far we’ve talked about Setting up your first WordPress blog, securing your WordPress blog and image optimisation for your WordPress blog. Now we want to discuss how you can connect with your users using forms.

Forms are a great way for users to connect with you on a direct level, but forms can also be used to capture user data for newsletters, other relevant content and so much more. It’s safe to say that forms can be a really handy way to help grow your online community and even increase sales.  Continue reading “WordPress Form Plugins”

WordPress Image optimization

Whether you’re just setting up your WordPress blog, or you have an established WordPress site, you no doubt have plenty of images in your media library. Image optimisation is something that you can do to reduce the amount of time it takes your site to load. There are also other potential benefits such as increasing your Google insights score, which can increase your Google ranking. With some simple WordPress plugins and a few handy tips and tricks, it’s very easy to do and doesn’t take too long.  Continue reading “WordPress Image optimization”

Securing your WordPress Blog

Security is important, below we talk you through some great ways of securing your WordPress blog from all the potential attackers out there.

Admin username

If you use “Admin” as your username we highly recommend changing it to something unique to you and your blog. The reason for this is that “Admin” is widely used for the super admin account and attackers know this and will potentially use this knowledge when attempting to hack your WordPress Blog. Continue reading “Securing your WordPress Blog”

How to start a new blog

So you would like to start blogging and heard WordPress is the way to go. “Its really easy and doesn’t take too long” they say. Well at first it may seem daunting but its really not, there are just a few things that need to be in place before the blogging can begin.

Wether your a blogger of recipes, traveling, fashion, cats… or fashion for cats WordPress is the perfect companion. Just follow the steps below and you’ll be blogging before you know it. Continue reading “How to start a new blog”