Originally posted on one cool site:
To attract an audience and keep it we need to constantly repair and refresh our blogs. When was the last time you did a complete blog over-haul? Have you ever done one? These four steps will help you refresh your blog by breathing new life into it. “To look…
SSL for custom domains hosted by WordPress.com is good news. Another good news item is that e-commerce improvements are in the works.
Matt Mullenweg: State of the Word 2015 celebrates the accomplishments of the last year, and look forward to more good things to come in the “State of the Word” from WordCamp US 2015.
If you think you might be attacked or harassed online, you don’t have to wait until it happens to ask for help. There’s an excellent guide to protecting yourself from online harassment titled Speak Up & Stay Safe(r) with sensible immediately actionable advice.
Twenty Sixteen is now available here at wordpress.com. I plan to try it out in my test blog. Have you tried it yet? Do you like it? Are there features you aren’t happy with?
It would seem there are plans aiming to integrate self hosted WordPress.ORG installs with WordPress.COM hosted blogs, as if they are hosted by WordPress.COM, when they aren’t.
If you haven’t figured out that Facebook is a data mining operation and how that works get ready for an eye opener. Take a Facebook quiz, give up all your data for free.
Originally posted on The WordPress.com Blog:
From parents and poets to journalists and politicians, WordPress.com’s publishing tools allow people to make their voices heard. We have heard your excellent feedback on our interim editor and today, we’re excited to introduce our new editor: a faster, cleaner, and more streamlined way to create posts and…