Today, I want to discuss a few of the different types of blogs out there. While “blogging” is pretty general in terms of meaning–getting your content published regularly–the method by which you publish that content should be distinct, as it will have the most direct connection to what type of audience you have.
When I started this blog, it was with Blogger. Six months later, I migrated all my posts and comments to WordPress, and I have never looked back. A friend of mine did the same thing, and I started thinking. I have never heard of someone migrating the opposite direction: from WordPress to Blogger. Why? Because despite… Continue reading Blogger vs. WordPress: My Experience With Both
If you read this via RSS, give me a click and come through to see what’s changed: yesterday, I migrated Professor Beej from its old Blogger.com hosting to an all-new, shiny self-hosted WordPress.org site, complete with premium Thesis theme. Despite everyone telling me for months how much of a difference WordPress makes, I didn’t listen.… Continue reading The Blog is Dead; Long Live the Blog!