Blogging is a great way to develop community and WordPress is designed to facilitate that exchange of ideas. The following post re-blogged from WordPress.com will acquaint you with some of the tools at your disposal.
Out with the Halloween candy, in with the ballot boxes: today is election day across 50 states! All over the world, in fact, falling leaves seem to inspire the urge to cast votes. From Norway in September to Tajikistan later this week, this is the season for lively political discussions — and what better place to hold them than your blog?
Today, we’d like to show you some of the best tools to encourage the exchange of ideas on your own WordPress.com site.
WordPress.com is already home to some of the best political blogs around, from Andrew Sullivan’s The Dish to Time‘s Swampland. Others, like Dave Pell’s Next Draft, collect the best commentary from around the web and deliver it daily to curious readers.
Many politicians and political organizations choose WordPress.com for their official sites, and every possible viewpoint is present on the grassroots level, too.
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