Usually, I write about things that are on my mind (I’m thinking of) or problems I’m trying to find a solution for. I would like to bring some issues to the team’s attention that I have noticed through interaction with WordPress.com:
After spending some time on WordPress, I realized the importance of back links for blogs owners. Since that a lot are doing the same, I’m going to do it too. If you have a WordPress blog, you may please post its URL and title in a comment here; a short description is a plus.
I’ve always seen a similarity between Italy and Syria (mainly Rome and Damascus). People, food, weather, buildings, streets, alleys, shops, cafes, … I wish that someday I’d be able to better picture the similarities to make a real comparison. I’m sure those who were able to visit both will feel it too.
In a previous post, I wrote how I started my personal website with WordPress.com then moved to Blogger and ended up with my own site (ASP) and hosting (at Web Wiz). Now, after almost a year, I’m moving back to WordPress.com
In case you’re interested, here is the CSS customizing for Twenty Twelve Template that is used on this WordPress site. I suppose that you’re familiar with CSS & Inspecting Elements on browsers. Please note that additional customization might be needed. For example, optimized ads (WordAds), Tablet & Mobile view, …
A Twitter account with thousands of followers might give an impression that this account is of high social influence. Well, that is not totally true. In fact, there is a percentage of fake followers. This percentage could be high sometimes. What are fake followers? Why they’re following you? How to remove fake followers?
We are part of this world and we have to use technology. Microsoft, Apple, Google, and Facebook are big players in this technology and probably in our life too. They already know a lot about us. So, it’s fair for one of us to think of leaving one of them. But, it’s difficult to totally leave! I’m using to say that one should not put all of their eggs in one basket!