We use WordPress not only for publishing on this site, but also for the majority of our clients websites. Today I am going to show you just how easy it is to manage your websites with WordPress. WordPress has been a blogging platform since around 2005, since 2007 it has become more of a Content Management System (CMS) and with each release (around 4 major releases per year it bridges the gap between this and some very expensive platforms.
This is not to say WordPress is your only option, it is just a guide to show you how easy it is to create unique content for your websites. If you are a newbie and just want to dip your toes, jump over to WordPress and create your own site in minutes. This is a hosted sub domain solution that is perfect for someone who just wants to see how it all works. Remember if you decide to get your own unique site you can easily import all of your data from WordPress
So you know the tools I am using for this article are:
- WordPress.org (for my own website)
- Vimeo (for videos management)
- Screenr.com (for recording my screen)
Writing an Article Part one
How to get started with writing a post on your own WordPress website part one.
Writing an Article Part two
How to get started with writing a post on your own WordPress website part two.
Publishing and Managing
How to publish/manage and some other WordPress goodies
Getting a WordPress.com Website
Overview and how easy it is to get started on your own WordPress.com site