Would I Advise You to Use WordPress Blogs?

A number of people have come across my blog and asked whether it is a WordPress blog. The answer is yes. It is easy to use, and it is versatile. I am in my sixties, and not computer brilliant. My son and I designed my website so that I would be able to add onto it in any way that I wanted to. That meant I had to learn at least a little programming, but that it had to be simple, so that building up on it would be logical and easy.

I wanted a blog that I could integrate into my website. At the time I was looking, WordPress was among the most highly rated blog platforms. GoDaddy uploaded it into my website programming, and I found that naming it and creating the links that would connect to it on every page was self explanatory.

There are some excellent tutorials online about how to use WordPress, and even earning a little money with it. Buildyourownblog.net has a gathered a goodly (Who uses the word goodly in the 21st Century? This puts me among the ancients!) amount of information into a format that is easy to understand and follow.

Let’s face it. Most of the blogs are easy to use. I created a blog to be an intrinsic part of my website. This website is, first of all, a writer’s website, so I wanted my blog to be about the art and the act of writing. More than that, I wanted it to be a place where I could write about anything that arouses my interests. Because, in order to be effective, writing must express your passions. Many, many things may arouse a writer’s passions.

One thing about blogs, which any writer will appreciate, is that they are works-in-progress. They are never complete. This is especially true if you want to attract a readership that will keep coming back to read what you have to say. You need to put something new on it at least once a week, if not more often. What makes it especially wonderful is that your blog is

Me, sounding off

Genevieve will talk about anything

a space where you can write about those things that mean the most to you.

Keep on writing, and if you have any questions, feel free to contact me at g.fosa@outlook.com

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About Genevieve

Genevieve is a ghostwriter, specializing in memoirs, biographies and novels for her clients, since 2002. She loves her work, Her blog is a hodge podge of whatever happens to be on her mind when she sits down to write. Her essays may be about anything from family life, to politics, to good grammar. Come read it at http://thebestword.net/wordpress/ and leave a message.
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