I’ve been watching the new developments of WordPress.com recently, as they dramatically update and change the existing blogging platform they offer. This means, of course, that I need to update all my existing e-courses, and create new ones to accommodate all the new features they have in place – ah, happy days!
So over the coming weeks I’ve got my work cut out, which is probably a good thing. I was going to put all I know into a series of books, and it’s not a good idea to fill it with old stuff when there is a brand new version ready and waiting to be explored!
During this time I’ll also review how I explain the processes of blogging, to make it compatible to as many people as possible, and this is where you guys can help out. I need as many queries as possible about existing and new developments in WordPress.com (and I will find out whether the newest version of WordPress.org contains these new features after I’ve updated), so I can find out the answers and provide a coherent and user-friendly e-course or blog post to explain everything!
I rely on my readers and followers to point out things I have missed or overseen. I do try to cover every little thing about using WordPress, but it’s amazing how much I don’t notice, or assume is unimportant, when actually it has been troubling someone or preventing another from progressing further. Help me by telling me everything you want to know, and I will do my best to answer – just click on my logo in this post to send me an email – and get your friends and colleagues to participate too, the more the merrier!
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