Hey again Steve,
You bring up some valid points. It`s even easier to upload a "hard coded" html file to a server than setting up a blog.
I don`t personally think that the product that I use to run/display my advertising is the sole reflection of the business that I run. Wordpress is a very powerful CMS. No I didn`t code it myself, but I don`t need to code my personal marketing/blog, there is ample software available to do just that.
I`m more than capable to handle XHTML and CSS and most dynamic languages.
And like I said, my "blog" is only part of my website, it`s not "just a blog".
If you`d be happier with my taking out the "categories" and "archives" on the front page to make it "looks less like a blog", well I`ll probably do that anyway.
Thank you for taking the time to comment :)
Thank you for your help Steve.
If you would say a blog is not a website then you could also say that flickr is not a website. Both are more specefic definitions of the larger model.
You can use Wordpress as a CMS, if you don`t know what that is, I`ll be happy to explain it. But that is what I`m doing.
If you don`t think that a CMS can be a website, well, then it`s your right to have an opinion.
Also, if, as you say, there is nothing to critique, why the post?
I`m actually using wordpress, and I`m not maintaining the website as of yet. I`m still writing.
I`ll let you know when I get to that stage.
The tagline explains the meaning of the name of the business.
Thanks for the input
It`s still a work in progress.http://www.stayfreshup.com/
logo - I`ve recently changed over to using wordpress for entire site, logo redesign coming.
package images - 150x150 ads in the side.
call to action on front page coming as well, I`m still thinking about the front page.
Any advice would be great.
Tertiustertius3/9/2009 7:24 AM