WordPress as a Blogging Tool

I’ve experimented with a few different tools for blogging over the past few years.  Wordpress seems to meet my basic needs:

  1. Web-based – Its in the cloud, so I can get to it from anywhere and don’t have to run my own server
  2. Easy to Use – Not just to write one blog and easily adjust the themes, but to manage multiple blogs
  3. Free – C’mon, lets be realistic; why pay for something when there are perfectly good tools out there?!  When I need more, I’ll buy into a more advanced platform, but for 90% of us out there, WordPress works.

Now, if it only took dictation so I could rant from my cell phone rather than actually sit down and type this, maybe I’d update it more than a few times per year 😉


2 Responses to “WordPress as a Blogging Tool”

  1. September 3, 2009 at 1:25 pm

    Thanks for this info Kevin, I was given the task to learn more about blogging. This site might just help.

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