Every day WordPress.com bloggers post to the support forums with username accounts, email accounts, blogs registered under them, email addresses, cookies and log-ins issues.
Learn more about your Unique WordPress.com Identifier, Changing your Email Address, Changing your Username or Display Name, Separate username accounts, Multiple Username Accounts, WordPresscom/Gravatar accounts, Author Profiles, Purchasing Upgrades, Lost Passwords and Recovering an Account here WordPress.com Username Accounts, Logins and More.Tip:Link Your Username to Blog.
Based on many years of experience answering WordPress.com support forum questions, this post contains a quick way to locate posts that will be helpful to many WordPress.com bloggers.
Reaching your blog audience is all about timely communication. The Internet doesn’t sleep so while you may blogging under the North Star your readers may be blogging under the Southern Cross. Tips for Setting Your date and Time Format, Eliminating Date and/or Time Display and Scheduled Post Publication are found in It’s About Time.
Create a WordPress Website Step By Step explains The 5 Blog and Website Differences, The Differences Between Posts and and Pages, The impact of creating a static front page, Enabling and Disabling Comments. It explains how Creating and using Custom Menus means we have the flexibility to structure a page based website and also touches on Domain Mapping and Custom design Options.
Writing a Blog Post is a tutorial covering Creating an Effective Title, Writing a Strong Introduction, Structuring Your Post, Bridging the Gaps,Getting Personal, Jazzing it Up, Proofreading and Wrapping it up.WordPress Formatting and Spacing and WORD and WordPress provide tips on formatting either text or poetry from within the Tiny MCE editor in your WordPress blog, and using the correct means of copying and pasting cleanly. See here if you want to offer printable posts and or recipes. How do you prefer your posts to be displayed on your Archives and Categories pages? Then note WordPress.com Archives and Categories Page Display.
This is the main link to all the available widgets that WordPress.com provides – Widgets & Sidebars. Clicking links on that page for individual widgets will get you to specific descriptions and instructions for each one. See also 8 Hot WordPress.com Widget Tips.
Blogs are About Comments and Commenting is an index post that contains links to 14 posts ranging from WordPress.com Comments and Discussion Settings, A Comment Policy for your blog, Why blog comment moderation is a good thing, Comment Baiting, Encouraging blog readers to comment, Dealing with Annoying Subscribers and Crafting Quality Blog Comments.
To enhance your blog with visual content including free individual images, collages, montages and galleries visit Spotlight on Images, a selection of posts from my Images and Media category.
Providing subscribers with an email newsletter is a means of marketing products and/or services and driving traffic to your blog. Automated newsletter campaigns can include not only your blog subscribers but also your social media followers. See here for WordPress.com Email lists, Newsletters and Privacy
WordPress.com: Who Follows Who? is focused on subscribers and WordPress Followers, Likes and Stats expands on subscriptions to your blog using the built-in email notification system on WordPress.com.
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