*Reblog* The Geeky Guide to WordPress – Creating an About page

I love about pages, I am very much like Simon, if you don’t have an about page, I tend to glance around your blog, but the about page tells me about you.

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As I’ve been doing this blogging thing a little while now and it seemed a good idea to pass on a few of the things that I’ve learned over the five years that I’ve been doing this. In easy and often geeky steps you’ll be taken through the steps and point out the pitfalls of taking your blog seed and growing it into something really amazing.


Writing an about was for me quite a hard thing to do – it basically where as a blogger you’re telling the world about you – or at least the bit you want to share about you, your blog and you should be selling yourself and telling the blog-o-sphere why it is that they should follow you.

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Don’t underestimate this – the About page IS important. When I see blogs and decide who it is I’m going to follow I WILL look at the…

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11 Responses to *Reblog* The Geeky Guide to WordPress – Creating an About page

  1. Content fist, then about page. I prefer to choose blogs without knowing who it is…but just listening my feeling: would I read it or no.
    Then usually after a while I check who they are..

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  2. manyofus1980 says:

    A great read! Always great to get tips on how to use wordpress!

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  3. Simon says:

    Thanks for reblogging this 🙂

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