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Get Inspired: Blog Ideas for 2014

Write more. Paint more. Photograph more.  Do something amazing. Go down a different path. Challenge myself.  New year’s resolutions — you might make ‘em, or you may think they’re trite and a waste of time. Whatever the case,...
by The Golden Era on Jan 8, 2014

Get your new blog off to a great start (Hint: we can help!)

Publishing a blog can be tons of fun, and a great way to make friends and create opportunities. Starting one couldn’t be easier: sign up, pick a theme, and off you go. But maintaining one and building an audience? That takes a little more work...

2013 Projects: 365 Days, 52 Weeks

Many of you use WordPress.com as a daily or weekly outlet to develop your craft (as seen in our popular writing and photography challenges on The Daily Post), or as a platform to chronicle your own post-a-day and year-long projects. Some projects a...
by Student of 1:9 on Dec 31, 2013

Top 5 Dos And Don'ts Of Your Blog Content

If you are a blogger, you want to make your blog popular and interesting for many people. It is clear, but how to do that? Are you sure you know all the rules of blog posts' writing? Many bloggers do the same mistakes when they try to grab readers' a...
by SmartFatBlogger on Dec 15, 2013

What Not to Do With Your Blog Posts

Blogging is now a very common medium for writing and sharing insights about different matters. The best part of blogging is that everyone can do it, provided you have an Internet connection and plenty of ideas to share. Plus, the network you'll encou...
by SmartFatBlogger on Dec 9, 2013

How to get traffic from Google Plus?

Google+ is a social media network that was set up by Google to try and knock Facebook off of the top spot. They failed to do that, but this was the first time that they created a social media website that didn’t fail completely. Now, Google+ is a w...
by SmartFatBlogger on Dec 5, 2013

5 Best & Free Tools For Checking Plagiarism or Duplicate content

People check for plagiarism online for many reasons. The most common reason is because Google will punish websites that have duplicate content by ranking them lower down the search engine results pages. People also use them to check to see if a piece...
by SmartFatBlogger on Dec 3, 2013

30 Days, 30 Posts: Wrapping Up NaBloPoMo

For many of you, November was a blur: a crazy, beautiful, writing-filled blur. We encouraged WordPress.com users to participate in BlogHer’s National Blog Posting Month (NaBloPoMo) and post something every day in November. Participants had a lo...
by Agus Sumarna - Ri32 Web Blog on Dec 3, 2013

Five Easy Ways to Transform Your Blog for the Holidays

Your WordPress.com site is your home on the web. It only makes sense, then, to spruce it up for the holidays as you would your brick-and-mortar address. With the ideas we include here, you’ll be able to give your blog a festive look with just a...

The Unpleasant Side of Blogging

I had lunch with a blogging friend yesterday and we spent awhile talking about how hard it is for bloggers to be really honest. Let’s face it, we bloggers work very hard to put our best foot forward (if not foot, at least our pixels and phrases...
by Counting My Blessings on Nov 8, 2013

Is This Just Grown Up Bullying?

I had lunch with a blogging friend yesterday and we spent awhile talking about how hard it is for bloggers to be really honest. Let’s face it, we bloggers work very hard to put our best foot forward (if not foot, at least our pixels and phrases...
by Counting My Blessings on Nov 8, 2013

30 Days, 30 Posts: NaBloPoMo is here!

There’s a lot of buzz each November around NaNoWriMo — you may notice some of your favorite blogs dedicating themselves to churning out 50,000 words this month. If 50,000 words seem like 49,000 too many or you’re more interested in...
by Orphic Anime on Nov 1, 2013

NaNoWriMo 2013: Want to Write a Novel?

It’s just a few days until November, and you know what that means: National Novel Writing Month, better known ’round these parts as NaNoWriMo, is near. Have you always wanted to write a novel? We know some of you have been waiting all yea...
by GĐPT Thiện Hoa 3 on Oct 28, 2013

Your Voice, Live from the Scene: WPrightnow

Do you regularly write about events that affect you, but find it hard to connect with interested readers? Have you wondered where to look for on-the-ground, personal stories on the topics that dominate the news? Today, we announce a new current eve...

Get Kids Blogging at the Digital Family Summit

Attending the Digital Family Summit this coming weekend in Baltimore Maryland? Our own Karen Arnold will lead a workshop to teach kids and their families how to get started blogging on WordPress.com. Karen, along with Velda Christensen, Alx Block, an...
by herrysusant's blog on Oct 10, 2013

Viral Post Leads to Ads Windfall: Jon Negroni’s “The Pixar Theory”

Blogger Jon Negroni’s viral post, “The Pixar Theory,” was so big that it was republished on Mashable and Slate.  To date, the post has accumulated 4.4 million views on Negroni’s site. Many of us think about readership growth...
by Indo Best Seller on Oct 8, 2013

Traffic Dos and Don’ts: A Checklist

One of the main reasons bloggers stop blogging is lack of traffic: at some point, they get tired of being the proverbial tree in the forest, making sounds nobody hears. We’re here to help. No list of advice can guarantee your blog’s succe...
by Junaidi FE-UNJA1 on Sep 30, 2013

Stats Wrangling IV: Referrers and Clicks

This summer, we provided a bird’s-eye view of your Stats panel and have taken tours of various modules (Days, Weeks, and Months and Top Posts and Pages) that offer data about your site’s visitors and your most popular content. Today,...
by shinigami world on Sep 25, 2013

Back to School: A Blogging How-To

With Labor Day a distant memory (two days ago, already?), the school year is already in full swing. Whether you’ve been blogging regularly through the heat of summer, or slowed down your pace with some lazy days on the beach, it’s time t...
by Orphic Anime on Sep 4, 2013

From Proofs to Prime Numbers: Math Blogs on WordPress.com

WordPress.com supports LaTeX, a document markup language for the TeX typesetting system, which is used widely in academia as a way to format mathematical formulas and equations. LaTeX makes it easier for math and computer science bloggers and othe...
by Crazy Creative on Aug 30, 2013


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