WordPress.com has announced a program that aims to offer bloggers an alternative to Google’s AdWords for monetizing their sites.
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Visitors to WordPress.com blogs can now leave comments with their Twitter or Facebook accounts. It’s a small new feature on the surface, b… Continue reading →
As the Internet Explorer 6 Deathwatch continues, another web service — WordPress.com — has announced that it is ending support of the nea… Continue reading →
Twitter has updated its developer tools, making embedded tweets more interactive and functional. The new tweets allow users to reply, retweet or… Continue reading →
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Automattic has announced that users will now be able to purchase premium themes for their WordPress.com websites and blogs. The commercial them… Continue reading →
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