Most blogging sites use WYSIWYG in editing. For normal users, this is more than enough. WordPress, for example, has a good post editor with option of HTML for extra formatting…
On WordPress.com, a basic subscription has 6GB of storage space. The space may vary based on the subscription level or the platform used. However, it’s still limited. One important hint is to host your media (photos, videos, and files) on different platforms and link to them on your blog. This way, the media won’t be calculated against your blog’s quota.
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:
Earning money from your blog isn’t a difficult issue. As I have been asked many times about this, I’m summarizing some points in this regard.
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?