This post is most likely to benefit bloggers whose sites are running on a WordPress.org platform.
There is a very big difference in blogging on WordPress.org and WordPress.com. I have explained the difference here. Also, I have explained the benefits of setting up a self hosted WordPress site. You will also find a guide to setting up a self-hosted WordPress site, step by step.
Good. Let’s now get to the topic of today:
In reference to the main post: “WordPress – Ethical Dilemma”, I thought it might be useful to write a summary based on the contributions. Though, it’s still interesting and useful to read all comments there… Many thanks and appreciation to all who shared their opinions. The question was personal and wasn’t intended to be a survey or a study of any kind.
The main post is still open for more discussion. I’ll keep updating this summary accordingly:
If you have 20 posts to like or comment, you cannot do them all within 5 minutes. If you could, WordPress will block your account for spamming!
As their numbers and posts are increasing over time, how do you usually keep up with friends on WordPress?
Let’s know what you think …
Usually, I write about things that are on my mind 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:
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