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Four Tips From Seasoned Bloggers

Some of the best blogging advice we hear is from you. On Discover, we publish interviews and profiles of bloggers around the world, who also impart their own tips on how they’ve gotten the most out of WordPress.com. 1,105 more words


Blogging Basics: Tweaking your Twitter

Better Blogging: Tweaking your Twitter

It took me a long time to warm up to Twitter. It felt awkward, impersonal, and as a writer I don’t like being restricted to only 140 characters. 638 more words


Exploring Your Dashboard: Four of Our Favorite Tools

A few months ago, we launched a spandy-new post editor, updates to the WordPress.com Reader, and a WordPress.com desktop app. They’re all designed to make publishing and managing your sites easier, from more effective auto-saving to quicker creation of image galleries. 666 more words


Get More Readers to Your Business Blog

Blogging is a great way to communicate with your customers and reach new ones. Business owner Phoebe Clare blogs at Sage and Clare, where she documents her exotic trips scouting merchandise for her online home decor store she runs with Jemma Sage.  417 more words

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How To Boost Your Blog Traffic Using TweetDeck...

As many of you already know, I’m usually technophobic when it comes to embracing new technologies – heck it took me months to familiarise myself confidently with WordPress, and I’ll not even disclose how long my Twitter account sat idle before I forced myself to embrace the world of hashtags… it wasn’t like it was 14 months or anything, pffft *blushes* But every now and again I stumble across something that really holds its value, particularly when it comes to blogging and you guys know how much I love to share my findings! 999 more words

Do You Know These Basic Elements To Great Blogging?

So, you are either thinking about blogging or you are already blogging. You are off to a good start, but how do you build an audience to your blog? 641 more words


Way back when...

… we were chatting about header changes, we toyed with the idea of

  • randomised headers (and how does that help or hinder visual identity?)
  • not having  a header at all and relying on title and tagline text…
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