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Get More from WordPress
By: KC Morgan
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    Anyone can get a free blog through WordPress and begin making their opinions known, but not everyone takes advantage of everything this site has to offer. A WordPress blog can actually be much more than a collection of words or even well-organized posts. Keep reading to learn how to get the most out of this free content platform.

    Some use WordPress to do everything from showcasing Webisodes to promoting themselves. Some may use their WordPress blog to share comments and information. No matter what you might want to do, you could probably do it easily with one of these free blogs. Do you want to know how to get more from WordPress?

    When you (or anyone else, for that matter) signs up for a WordPress blog, you'll be greeted with a simple on-site text editor which helps you create each and every blog post. This HTML-supported system is the foundation you'll use to create all your words of wisdom -- but you can also use it to create all those great extras, and get more from WordPress.

    WordPress Plug-ins

    The WordPress plug-ins directory ( can be accessed through the Extend tab. Use this list to add many new extras and tools to your WordPress blog, which can be very much like a traditional Web site in many ways. Through WordPress plug-ins (which are free to use), you can view your page stats, manage your cache, cut down on spam sent to your site, add RSS feeds and offer much more on your blog that just words.

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