Learning how to WordPress

Blogging Challenge Part 1 – Day 16

Hi,

Thanks for experiencing dreamcultivatecreate.

I want to start today’s post off with an acknowledgement of accountability: Today, I almost mixed a post! This was a bit alarming for me, I have been consistently posting and setting myself up for success.

What today showed me is that I must continue to fight and be on point with what my goals are. This is why for post 16 I am writing it on January 9th, and it won’t be such a long post. Today I just want to share about some thoughts on wordpressing (yes I made it a verb).


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The more that I learn how to WordPress, the better at it I am getting. When starting my blog, I had like three or four in mind, I started three, actually more than that due to an affiliate website I created. Man, I was in a WordPress blogging frenzy, and created more blogs than I was keeping up with at the time. Now when I reflect on this website, D.C.C., it is all coming together.

I am actively gaining in-sight as how to maximize the usage of my virtual real estate. I am grateful for all the bloggers who have come before and who will come after me, as well as those who will join with me.


As a blogger/writer, do you feel that you learn new information on wordpress? What are some of the key take ways you have gained from one of these websites?

If you had my website, what advice would you give to me to make it more user friendly? How about how can I monetize it ethically, any thoughts, pointers, or advice about this?

I appreciate you all for visiting this page today, there is still unlimited creativity that we I am tapping into. New poetry is on the way, and more information based on my last few posts.

To conclude today’s post: I am still learning but thankfully other smart people are arranging the way!

Hotep, Ankh, Udja Seneb – Selah


#I Dream #I Cultivate #I Create


Support my creativity, I am blessed, I am abundant, I am loved, I am healthy, I am a wellness warrior, and I am prospering.

3 thoughts on “Learning how to WordPress

  1. A great one. I wouldn’t be quick to advise, but I’d say blogging is a matter of trying this and that until we realise what works for us, cause whatever works for one may not work for another. Many thanks to you for bringing this to our attention

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    1. I thank you for this comment. With so many moving parts within the blogosphere, there seems to be many methods of approach. Seeing the blogs of different bloggers (such as yourself) more frequently has provided me with more awe into the the art of blogging. I think readers would be able to gain that appreciation as well. For me it comes with awareness and experience but I bet some people are already genius bloggers within their own rights!

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