Category: WordPress.com

Turn Your WordPress.com Blog into a Podcast with Anchor

By: Food Post Finder | 0 Comments | | Category: anchor, Better Blogging, Embeds, Features, New Features, podcaster, podcasting, podcasts, Posting, Social, Spotify, WordPress.com

Blogging on WordPress.com is all about sharing your unique voice, and starting today, you can extend that to another platform: Anchor. We previously shared some tips and tricks for getting started with a podcast on WordPress.com and are thrilled to share this new option. Anchor, part of the Spotify family, ... more

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Building Single-Page Websites on WordPress.com

By: Food Post Finder | 0 Comments | | Category: Design, WordPress.com

WordPress.com supports a wide range of features for building your online presence: blogs, online stores, newsletter signup forms, and more. These tools are invaluable for many customers, but they can seem excessive for folks who are just looking to create a straightforward single-page website. If that’s you, read on for ... more

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New from WordPress.com Courses: Podcasting for Beginners

By: Food Post Finder | 0 Comments | | Category: Admin Bar, Automattic, courses, Earn from your site, Editing, getting started, Guided Courses, podcasting, Posting, Resources, WordPress.com

Would you like to learn how to create your own podcast or improve your existing podcast? WordPress.com Courses is excited to offer our new on-demand course, Podcasting for Beginners. We’ll help you get started, learn how to publish, and even how to use your podcast to make a living.   Our ... more

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Recommended Reads for International Day of Disabled Persons

By: Food Post Finder | 0 Comments | | Category: accessibility, bloggers, blogging, Community, disability, disabled, WordPress.com, writers, Writing

WordPress.com, as my colleague Anne recently wrote, continues to be a space for people to tell their personal stories and amplify their voices. Today, International Day of Disabled Persons, we’d like to highlight a few perspectives and thoughtful reads to raise awareness of the myriad experiences of disabled people. This ... more

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