One Theme, Five Ways: Customizing Adelle

Popular free theme Adelle has a lot more to offer than its signature pink dots, as these five bloggers show us.

Introducing Site Logos: Personalize Your Blog, Display Your Brand

We’re excited to announce our new Site Logo feature.

Longreads’ Best of WordPress, Vol. 2

Here’s the second edition of Longreads’ Best of WordPress! We’ve combed through the internet to put together a reading list of some of the best storytelling being published on WordPress. (You can find Vol. 1

Just Pressed: New Books by Authors on WordPress.com

From a comic diary to a collection of essays on culture and belonging, the most recent published works by WordPress.com authors are great additions to your bookshelf.

Heading to BlogHer ’14 next week? So are we!

BlogHer 2014, the 10th anniversary celebration of the popular women’s blogging network, kicks off next Thursday, July 24th in San Jose, California. There’s still time to register, and we hope you do — we’ll be there, too!

Attention, Writers: The Next Blogging U. Challenge Is Here

Attention, Writers: The Next Blogging U. Challenge Is Here Writing 201, which starts next Monday, July 21st, will help bloggers develop their storytelling and self-editing skills. Last month, more than 4,000 bloggers joined us for Writing

Street Art: Around the World in Eight Photos

Tour the colorful street art of the world found on WordPress.com, right from your seat.

New Themes: Adaption and Isola

Adaption and Isola are two great new free themes that keep your content looking good, no matter what device your readers use.

Early Theme Adopters: Worldview, Collective, and Alto

In our Early Theme Adopters series, we focus on bloggers creating great sites with recent additions to the Theme Showcase. Today, let’s visit sites using Alto, Collective, and Worldview, three themes launched together a few months ago.

Field Notes: European Beer Bloggers Conference

We recently sponsored the fourth European Beer Blogging Conference in Dublin, Ireland. WordPress.com editor Ben Huberman reports back on this hopping community.

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