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. Continue reading “WordPress.COM and WordPress.ORG integration”
UPDATE: The questions posed at the and of my post titled Worrisome (or not) WordPress.com Reader Developments have been answered. Continue reading “Off-Site Activity and Stats Questions answered”
Reblogging is a controversial issue that always brings lots of comments. Staff have published a post providing some reblogging etiquette tips that I do recommend reading. But I`m not looking for comments as much as I am looking for answers from Staff, who have my comment in moderation.
Does your blog visitors becoming offsite readers worry you? I’m asking because the WordPress.com Reader is becoming the new black and will continue to be fleshed out like a magazine – a magazine with full posts and sharing features, so readers don’t have to bother to click into blogs at all. Continue reading “Worrisome (or not) WordPress.com Reader Developments”
It seems changes are being made so mobile users can do everything in the WordPress.com Reader. Why click into a blog to see premium themes and/or customizations and all that other jazz the blogger devoted time and energy into creating there, when you can do it all in the Reader? Continue reading “WordPress.com Reader Update”