There are many reasons why many freelancers choose WordPress for building their portfolio of websites: It’s easy, reliable and flexible (thanks, of course, to plugins). Okay, maybe you will occasionally be told that Tumblr or Blogger is the better choice especially for those looking for a more casual blogging experience. But for the professionals, WordPress always comes out on top — and for good reason, considering the number of features, tools and free plugins you can access to customize and monetize your content.
Actually this might be my favorite Tweet of the month. The Tweeter: doshdosh My reasoning: It made me laugh out loud (more than once). Sure I like think-worthy tweets, but I can always use some funny. I’m not a Digg fan, but then, I’m not a big Reddit user either. Mainly I think it’s hilarious that someone would go to so much effort, and in such a high school way. Have you seen any funny tweets this week? Share in the comments if you have.
I hit the Digg front page a couple of times and it felt darn good. When I hit it wasn’t because I sent a shout or email to friends asking them to vote. Each time I hit, someone else (someone I didn’t know even) submitted my post and it got lucky. On the occasions I asked for Diggs for what I felt were good articles nothing happened. I stopped asking for Diggs and Stumbles, however, because I feel doing so on a regular basis turns one into a pain in the butt. It’s no secret how I feel about people [Read more…]