WordPressDirect Reaches Ten Thousand Users

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WordPressDirect, a membership site that helps bloggers create and maintain search engine optimized websites, has gained more than ten thousand users since August 2008.

Blinking Dot Software today announced that its premier membership site WordPressDirect® achieved the milestone of ten thousand subscribers earlier this month.

WordPressDirect, the market-leading solution for search optimized blog publishing, launched its fast and easy website building tool in August 2008 and has quickly gained a substantial following.

Many first time bloggers and website creators learned about WordPressDirect through the Thirty Day Challenge, the annual Internet Business education program created by Ed Dale and Dan Raine. Since then, thousands more have found WordPressDirect to be the quickest, easiest way to create and maintain websites that attract customers.

Armed with little more than a desire to publish on a topic, users can create and maintain any number of content-packed, automatically-updated, search engine optimized (SEO) niche websites powered by the WordPress blog engine.

Every WordPressDirect site comes "pre-optimized" for maximum ranking and maximum traffic. By clicking a few radio buttons and entering a few search phrases, WordPressDirect will create a blog-driven website, create the blog categories, install the theme, and automatically post content. WordPressDirect contains special software that identifies relevant content and then automatically posts it to the site with proper categorization and tagging to aid visitors and searchers alike.

Users can choose from several membership levels. A three-site WordPressDirect account is offered as a free trial. Bronze, Silver and Gold accounts offer ongoing support of 10, 20 and 100 sites, respectively.

About Blinking Dot Software

Based in Somerville, MA, Blinking Dot Software is the creator of WordPressDirect. Blinking Dot Software is a venture of Harvard Avenue Ventures LLC.


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