It is a different sort of day today. Things are very different. I mean what’s with the lonliness within? It needn’t be this way, but this can’t be helped I guess. Anyway.
I am also very much reconsider the way I publish. Am back to thinking the “no-editor” interface is blot is not something I really find attractive at times. Everything is good. But a lack of a nice interface to write and publish does make me look out for alternatives. And WordPress always comes first – mainly due to the web app.
I also looked at Ghost again. This line in its comparison to WordPress left be curios.
If you’re looking for a platform that increasingly attempts to do everything and don’t mind cutting through the noise to make it work for your publishing needs, then WordPress might be suitable for you.– Ghost vs WordPress
Is that a positive or negative? Plus according to Ghost, WordPress costs “average managed hosting starts at $115/mo”. That sounds too high. Don’t WordPress plans start from $5/mo?
Anyway, I will continue to explore stuff. Time for change again, maybe?
Another benefit is edit-on-the-go. Fixing issues with post is so much simpler with WordPress. Not with anything else.
The edit on the go is especially more powerful on desktop! I mean it opens up the editor and you can just add the text. It indeed is very powerful option. The editor is one reason I want to really consider WordPress — even if I have to pay for it. I haven’t finalized it yet though. The biggest deterrent for me is the lack of easy way to add IndieWeb support. I am yet sure if I can live without these — mainly webmentions and syndication.