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27 February 2009

i'm back with blogspot

so after eight days of being away from blogspot for trying wordpress.com, i'm back again! but i didn't totally close my wordpress.com account. I am planning to continue posting there, about my beloved hometown and promote the site with my ka-brgys. I still like using wordpress.com despite the many restrictions because the templating system of wordpress.com is more innovative than blogspot (sorry, but this is true!). But blogspot is a real dear, super blogger friendly. Blogspot gives me the door to venture into many different money making online. Which is the main reason why I'm crunching my head for words to post. Sooo... i'm back again!!!

not sure I can manage two site at the same time he he he...

ciao!

26 February 2009

my wordpress experiences

February 19, 2009 - the day I started using the wordpress.com for the first time. It's been eight days, I've already posted 9 entries (ugh!). The first two days was really a struggle, since I'm a new user I have had a hard time trying to figure out how to use the dashboard, how to get my page indexed by google, how to create a sitemap and everything. I have spent hours on my computer, crawling the whole internet planet to find an answer wordpress.com "how to" questions. After finding out how to verify my wordpress.com blog to google and everything, I have found out that wordpress.com is no better unless you upgrade your account to self-hosted blog, which will cost you $30.00 or so, depending on the feature that you wanted to purchase from their current offerings. But wordpress.com templating system functionality is impressive, you can rearranged widget without editing PHP,CSS or HTML code. If you just want to write and tell people whatever comes into your mind, you can use wordpress.com. Adsense, Yahoo, Chitika, TextLinkAds and other ads, are not permitted to use in wordpress.com hosted blog. Submitting your wordpress hosted blog to any paid blogging system like payperpost, smorty, reviewme or any similar site, is also prohibited. You can only enjoy and use these features once you upgrade your account. Here is what they say about advertising - http://support.wordpress.com/advertising/

But, wordpress.org is totally different from wordpress.com, so don't be confused about the two. If you really want to have total control about everything on your website, wordpress.org is the real deal, if you have enough funds to cover the cost.
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