Time to switch to WordPress

My comments over on my UserLand blog are down again. OK, it’s time to switch over to WordPress. I won’t do it if I don’t force myself over there. Life has just been so busy lately. Every extra minute I’ve been trying to answer email. I have 244 emails waiting to be answered. I’m sorry.

Oh, and James Torio, thanks for saying nice things about me in your Master’s thesis (as seen on Doc Searls’ weblog).

See ya over on http://www.scobleizer.com. We’ll clean up the house as we go along. I’m also going to open a TypePad blog, and also post over in my DABU blog (which is at http://www.robertscoble.com ) so that you can see how the blog tools compare (and so I can see that too).

One thing I’m interested in is which tool is most powerful? Which one is easiest to use? Which one gives best stats? Which one provides the best OPML and RSS options? Which one has best ping-server support? Which one has the most responsive company behind it? Which one is the easiest to customize?

What else is important in a blog tool? Well, let’s move over to WordPress and talk about it.

76 thoughts on “Time to switch to WordPress

  1. Been thinking about starting my own affiliate blog for my website, been around and read most of the good material that compares the big three blog builder software. Glad I saw this post though…

    Expression Engine might be a better solution since I need an affordable one.

    I am definitely going to go to ExpressionEngine.com and try out the demo. I like the idea of a trial version, my webhost has a blogging software system set up, but it is too hard to learn all the parts of right now, hey I just want to get this blog up and running fast and maybe this is the way to go. I will check it out and let you know my results.

  2. Been thinking about starting my own affiliate blog for my website, been around and read most of the good material that compares the big three blog builder software. Glad I saw this post though…

    Expression Engine might be a better solution since I need an affordable one.

    I am definitely going to go to ExpressionEngine.com and try out the demo. I like the idea of a trial version, my webhost has a blogging software system set up, but it is too hard to learn all the parts of right now, hey I just want to get this blog up and running fast and maybe this is the way to go. I will check it out and let you know my results.

  3. Robert

    How do I place adsense code from Google intoa WP theme. I keep placing it in and it keeps disapperaing! It worked fine in Blogger though…
    help

    H

  4. Robert

    How do I place adsense code from Google intoa WP theme. I keep placing it in and it keeps disapperaing! It worked fine in Blogger though…
    help

    H

  5. Well, OK! This looks great, Gary!

    I am very new to blogs, having used them just a couple of times with students who were already accustomed to writing in them.

    But I am excited at the possibility that this medium could help us share lessons, ideas, and materials after MyGateway goes down.

    Let’s hear from others.

    Jane

  6. Well, OK! This looks great, Gary!

    I am very new to blogs, having used them just a couple of times with students who were already accustomed to writing in them.

    But I am excited at the possibility that this medium could help us share lessons, ideas, and materials after MyGateway goes down.

    Let’s hear from others.

    Jane

  7. Hi, I am Maryam i am working on a big project at college about blogging. I hope you don’t mind me putting up a few words on here as my tutor needs to see it. Your blog is really good by the way.

  8. Hi, I am Maryam i am working on a big project at college about blogging. I hope you don’t mind me putting up a few words on here as my tutor needs to see it. Your blog is really good by the way.

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