Even though you should vary the length of your posts, I would recommend you only focus on solving one problem with one solution in a single blog post. If it means your post will only be very short, there is no reason not to publish it. You can write another post about the same problem with another solution later if you like. Just do not state the claim that this particular solution would be the only one.
At my website and blogs, I’m always asked the question “Is WordPress better than Blogger?”. The answer, of course, is “Yes”. But to really understand why, it’s important to look at both blogging platforms side-by-side and see which one you really need.
In the decade since their introduction, blogs have taken off on a scale that would have dumbfounded the first bloggers. There are still bloggers who use their blog as an online diary of sorts but the purposes of blogs are almost as varied as the people doing the blogging. As technology has advanced, so have the ways to blog. Additions like audio blogging (podcasting) and video blogging (vlogging) have made blogging a rich, multimedia experience.
I have this found this passion suddenly for setting up kid blogs and if you have a child who is passionate about something, and you think that writing an article a week would be help them become a better communicator, I’d love to help you get some kid blogs up for your children. It’s just fun.
I want to encourage you to take a deep and honest look at a free web creation tool we all know by name: WordPress. With more than 18,000,000 sites built on the wordpress platform, it surely is one of the most used web creation tools available to mankind. Can 18 million users be wrong? I don’t think so!
Do you want to easily design a Craigslist clone? WordPress has the ability of turning your blog into a classified ads site where users can services etc.
There are two different ways to add plugins to WordPress. The first one is to go out and find the plugin you are looking for on the internet. You can then download the file that they give you. From there, all you have to do is log in to your WordPress blog and select the add new plugin link. WordPress will then have you point to the file you downloaded and it will automatically upload it into the correct directory.