While other blog sites may have slowed down traffic-wise, WordPress seems to rattle on with posts from countless people from all around the world (And, even though at times WordPress may seem a bit slow for some; it is the type of action that other blog sites wished they had).
Anyway, WordPress is the number one blog site and it is expected that there would also will be some kind of activity taking place on it.
Some of you are fully aware that I also blog on Blogger; I like experimenting with both blogging platforms and it keeps me from getting bored.
Today, I was surprised to find out that none of my friends had showed up online when I logged in to Blogger; which I had donewith the intentions of uploading my latest post. I sighed and I quietly said to myself, “It is probably the end of the month and people are either busy preparing themselves for New Year’s Eve or they are sound asleep, because they were drained mentally and physically by the crazy-paced Christmas rush.
But, when I logged in to WordPress, it was as though bloggers could not care what the day or the time was; all they knew was that they wanted to blog (And, they really engaged themselves in blogging today).
I have always stated that, “WordPress is in a class by itself.” And, I do believe that a person would find most of the highly energetic bloggers here on WordPress (It is as though many of us are related to theEnergizer Bunnyand our well-meaning mothers bottle-feed us on energy drinks).
Oh well, the blogging goes on uninterrupted on WordPress and someone is always willing to run with the flaming touch, dressed in their favourite T-shirt with the WordPress logo on it (Now, it does not get better than that).
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