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Transfer Your Blog From WordPress.com to WordPress.org Part 2
5th of August 2012 Guest Blogger 29

Transfer Your Blog From WordPress.com to WordPress.org Part 2

This guest post is by Ayelet Weisz of All Colores. Yesterday, I started the convoluted process of swapping my blog from WordPress.com to WordPress.org. As you may remember, I’d finally got to the point where I was ready to import the files of my blog. Everything seemed to be okay, until…. Big ...more
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Transfer Your Blog From WordPress.com to WordPress.org Part 1
4th of August 2012 Guest Blogger 39

Transfer Your Blog From WordPress.com to WordPress.org Part 1

 This guest post is by Ayelet Weisz of All Colores. It was finally happening: I was about to embark on the trip of my dreams—and I wanted to write all about it. I decided that a travel blog, shared initially with family and friends, would be a great experiment to see ...more
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Use Email to Post to Your WordPress.org Blog
24th of May 2012 Guest Blogger 17

Use Email to Post to Your WordPress.org Blog

This guest post is by Anurag Bansal of Techacker. Owners of WordPress.org blogs don’t get the flexibility to post by email through a WordPress service. It’s very surprising to see that such a popular platform doesn’t offer a native way of creating blog post by sending an email—especially since WordPress.com owners ...more
Blogging Tools and Services
WordPress.com or WordPress.org? Which One’s Right for You?
4th of March 2012 Guest Blogger 78

WordPress.com or WordPress.org? Which One’s Right for You?

This guest post is by Matt Hooper. When you first start looking at building your own blog, you are going to be inundated by the different options that are out there. After considering all your options, hopefully you’ll come to your senses and realize that WordPress is your best option. ...more
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Jetpack: Bring WordPress.com Functionality to Your WordPress.org Blog
25th of March 2011 Darren Rowse 32

Jetpack: Bring WordPress.com Functionality to Your WordPress.org Blog

In the last week, Automattic (the team behind WordPress) released a nice little WordPress plugin bundle called Jetpack, which gives your self-hosted WordPress.org blog some of the functionality that was previously only available in the hosted WordPress.com-type blogs. This won’t appeal to all bloggers—especially not those who have been at ...more
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How To – Move From WordPress.com To WordPress.org
3rd of January 2009 Jeff Chandler 112

How To – Move From WordPress.com To WordPress.org

Moving a Blog from WordPress.com to WordPress.org is something I’ve had a lot of questions about – today Jeff Chandler shares tips on how to do it. Everyday it seems like I find a story or two from a cities local online newspaper which delves into the topic of blogging ...more
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14th of June 2016 Guest Blogger 9

Blog Authorship: Tools to Keep Your Blog Content Safe from Plagiarists and Duplication

This is a guest contribution from writer Rose Scott. If you spend days and nights creating the most outstanding content ever, this post is for you. You know how exhausting writing can be at times, right? With all the effort you put into attracting readers and keeping them glued to ...more
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13th of May 2016 Guest Blogger 9

A Commenting System to Rule them All: Why Choosing the Right Comment System can Make or Break your Blog

This is a guest contribution from writer Lauren Sirt. Writers leave their mark on the world through their words. Whether you’re a journalist, author, blogger, or anything else–your words have power. People read your work and start to think differently. They may begin to avidly follow your writing or oppose ...more
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What I wish I knew when I first started blogging
2nd of May 2016 Guest Blogger 7

6 Things I Wish I Knew When I Started My Blog

This is a guest contribution from Will Nicholls. It was a little over two years ago when I first went online and bought my blog’s domain name. I wanted to announce it to the world and get started straight away, but instead I spent the next 6 months developing and filling ...more
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