It’s been a very long and exhausting semester, I think we can all agree about that. However, this blog has been an interesting experience. I Never thought that I could really manage a blog, but hey, life is filled with surprises! I figured because this was a class project that I would not enjoy it, but boy was I was wrong. Not only have I had a great time managing this blog and learning about WordPress, but I’ve begun to explore the amazing worldly blogs of WordPress. I’m even considering developing another blog, but that’s another story.
I know that this post may be a bit dull, compared to the others, but I just want to talk about some of the experiences I’ve had with this blog and WordPress over the semester.
I really liked how I was able to link this blog up with Twitter and Facebook because I was able to expand my demographics via social media. I try to follow connect with a lot of people over Twitter and Facebook, and the sidebar widget allowed me to connect this blog with my followers.
There really isn’t much about WordPress that I don’t like, however, I wish there were more free layout designs available. That would be my only complain.
One of my favorite benefits of having a WordPress is that you can power a small company or a business. WordPress can allow a company or business connect with its followers at a cheap price. Here’s an article regarding why WordPress is great for small businesses.
Not to discredit or make fun of WordPress, but I’ve found out that WordPress is so easy and simple that a child could operate a blog. And that’s not a bad thing, if more sites were as simple to operate like WordPress, We’ed be living in a better world.
I usually leave you with a motivational quote, and I know this post had nothing to do with working out but I’m still going to leave you with a quote.
“Just like in bodybuilding, failure is also a necessary experience for growth in our own lives, for if we’re never test to our limits, how will we know how strong we really are.” – Arnold Schwarzenegger
Best of luck everyone, but for now, farewell.