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Today, I’ll be sharing 5 reasons to move your blog to the wonderful formatting that is WordPress. I actually had a blogger blog for 4EverAG, until I realized that WordPress was the much better option.
So here I am, three years (?) later, telling you that moving my blog was one of the best decisions I ever made.
And I’ll tell you a bit more about it right after this announcement!
I am re-doing my blog! I’m changing page names, adding more pages, deleating pages, doing a different design, fixing catagories…. So really I’m just renovating. Of course, I’ll be using my own design, Cool Cloud Design CO, to re-do it.
NOW, UNTO THE POST!
One of the main problems I had was with the main design. There wasn’t much to chose from, it was just default, and the main post formatting was uninviting.
I think it’s what bothered me the most is how the backgrounds looked. It kind of looked unprofessional.
Some blogger blogs look nice, but still, difficult to navigate!
This is very frustrating. If someone comments on my post, if someone likes my post, someone liked a comment, replied to a comment, or followed my blog, I would have to look at the blog and check, but with wordpress, it’s easily handled with using the handy-dandy notifacation center.
That pink dot on the bell lets me know everything I need to know. 🙂 And I don’t even have to move from the site. Who wants a billion tabs open?
3. Sleek and Simple
One of the other things I like about WordPress is how it is so easy to operate! I can get wherever I need to go with just a few clicks of a mouse. While with wordpress you have to suffer through the painful search for, “What on earth is a favicon?!” or, “Why is the favicon to small?!”
It’s very confusing.
I love how sleek everything is, it’s like I can glance to the right and see how many views I got. Simple to read too!
That’s all I have for today, Thank you so much for reading and be sure to check out my latest post, Mყ Dɾҽαɱ Bҽԃɾσσɱ.
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