A blast from the past! Here is the link to the video: Diana Ross — Upside Down
It is also no big secret that many of them are filled with lots of questions about WordPress.
Eventually, these newcomers would find themselves manoeuvring easily around WordPress (That sort of thing comes with regular practice).
For some people, WordPress is child’s play; then there are those who think that WordPress is a serious case of Rocket Science.
For those who have trouble figuring out WordPress on their own, I would recommend that they enlist some help by perusing YouTube videos; some of those videos can get them running up to speed in the figurative sense.
Why allow WordPress to be a task? Hey, it shouldn’t!
People should be having fun experimenting with WordPress and for the fun of it, they can compare it to the previous blog site that they were on.
Luckily for me, if I have any questions about WordPress, I have friends who would be more than willing to provide me with an answer (Now, that is the advantage of being part of a fabulous WordPress community). And if they don’t have the answer, I could always look it up on YouTube.
The night before, I saw this large snail crawling slowly at the back of my house. I didn’t have my camera with me when I first encountered it; so I made the decision to go back inside of my house to retrieve my camera. In my mind, I said, “It’s a snail. It would be there when I get back.” And I made a good judgement call, because it was there when I got back.
The sight of this snail brought back some lovely childhood memories; I clearly remembered that when I was a young boy, I used to play with snails; I found them to be most fascinating.
I genuinely hope that you find this snapshot entertaining. Enjoy!
We all have our unique style of blogging and we would attract readers and followers depending on our unique style.
I genuinely believe that too many of the new bloggers are underestimating their ability. It is possible for them to create a wonderful blog that people would be willing to read.
I think that they are probably scared. Starting a blog for the first time can appear somewhat daunting; especially if they started one without any type of planning about what type of blog theirs is going to be.
Since I am a strong supporter of people sticking with their blog, I would advise that they approach blogging bravely. After all, there is nothing to be scared of.
A person can write about the things that are closest to their heart. We human beings always have something on our minds and we can make things simple by expressing the things on our minds via our blog.
I have said on numerous occasions that your blog is a reflection of your personality (Now, if someone doesn’t like your personality, they are free to find another blog. However, there would be people who would find your personality to be attractive and they are the ones who would be highly appreciative of what you have to offer).
You have a choice, Dear Ones; blogging can be intimidating, or blogging can be fun.
If I have managed to make it fun, it is possible that any human being can do the same.
I no longer have a blog on Google Blogger; if I did; I would have found out the answer to that question on my own; this is where your help comes in.
I know that it is natural for all blog sites to make improvements to their blogging platform as time goes along.
I have even wondered if they ever made the effort to create a method in which those on Google Blogger could locate blogs from within their own community without pressing Next Blog at the top of the page; that was one of my pet peeves when I was on Google Blogger. When I pressed Next Blog, it would take me to a random blog and most of the times, it wasn’t the type of blog that I was interested in.
We on WordPress are very fortunate to have the Reader feature — a place that we can go to visit the topics that we are interested in.
I also know that many of you have only blogged on WordPress; however, I am sure that you would like to know if WordPress’ competitor, Google Blogger, made improvements to their blogging platform.
I am very eager to read your answers in my comment thread.
Thank you in advance for your assistance.
A blast from the past! You can check it out here: Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam — Can You Feel The Beat
This is a cool-sounding dance track! You can check it out here: Promise Land — Gangsta (Original Mix)
On many occasions, I have spoken highly of WordPress. I genuinely believe that they have the best blog site on the planet and I have also spoken about its lovely community.
A few days ago, I thought about setting up an additional blog on another blog site for the sake of experimentation; my mind has changed. I will devote my time and energy to Renard Moreau Presents. The last things I need are distractions.
The folks at WordPress might be shocked when I tell them that I was able to set up a second blog. For the fun of it, I made one on Weebly and deleted it immediately after it was created. The theme was very beautiful; it was way better than what we have here on WordPress. However, it didn’t feel quite right; it felt as though I had entered a zone in the internet whose main emphasis was the sole promotion of small and large businesses and not of blogging.
My friend Alastair told me that it was difficult (I ventured into it and I found it to be easy; it was a simple drag and drop process). But, unfortunately, I was unable to freely manoeuvre myself around Weebly (Well, not bad at all for sticking my nose into something new and I did all of that in under three minutes).
I wouldn’t advise anyone to set up a blog on Weebly. As I said, although it looks strikingly beautiful when you have finished creating your personal blog, one is left with the feeling that it is all looks with no substance.
I believe that the reason WordPress and Google Blogger are the top blog sites is because they were specifically designed for blogging.
I find WordPress rather interesting, because I have spent a little over a year on it and I still haven’t discovered all of its secrets; it’s as though there is always something new to be learnt on WordPress.
To be honest, I would like WordPress and Akismet to sort out their spam issue. It’s as though my spam folder is a magnet for spam; I get too many on a daily basis.
I have even mentioned to some of you in the past that when I was on Google Blogger, I never received spam (It might sound very unbelievable to some of you who have never blogged on Google Blogger; believe it or not, it’s all true).
I guess that is the only downfall with WordPress; spam-bots are rather fond of it; which at times proves itself to be a minor annoyance.
I guess that I can safely say that there is no such thing as a perfect blog site since they all have various flaws of their own.
Despite the spam issue, I would prefer to blog on WordPress any day.
Also, WordPress blogs have a way of finding themselves all over the internet; it’s as though the various search engines are unable to ignore them.
Although I have spent approximately a little over a year on WordPress, I feel as though my blogging journey on this blog site has just begun.
Nice song! You can check it out here: Fitz And The Tantrums — Out Of My League [Official Music Video]