wordpress vs original website.

few days ago one wrote to me that he’s not interested in consultation from a wordpress blogger. well, opinions may differ but i think it’s better to get useful information from a person behind an average looking blog than using an original top notch website selling you bs (bad science). i see no reason to spend time on building and managing a website, which is a waste of time and money if you can do the same thing — delivering content — for free on a blog, with all the tools necessary. my wordpress blog has all the subscription options (email/wp), comment options, spam filter, search engin for content by posts/words/tags, archive/calendar search, categories, and there are possible much more options and tools which i haven’t even activated, not to add non necessary bling to the blog. in the past i had built and updated my own websites for over ten years and i don’t want to spend a single minute anymore on it — a wasted time equals to a wasted part of life. i have wasted in total perhaps a year of my life on technical side of websites, the time which i could have used for research and writing, for a better content. it was years back when it was unavoidable, when having a personal website was a must. now times have changed and almost everyone is using social platforms for sharing information. most social platforms are even not adequate for a serious content but still very popular. some of those platforms are lacking sophisticated search options to find published content by keywords/tags/etc. and are filtering out some content without the knowledge of users, by their ‘preferences’ decided by algorithms, often for ‘political correctness’ or even just for a psychological research, without consent of users. regarding to the latter, for a serious blogger wishing all of the content being visible and easy to find, wordpress is a way better choice. about a personal website — you only need your own website if you really can’t do without it, for certain specific tools not available on free platforms. for me personally wordpress has all i need — in a single blog i have the content of different subjects under different categories, which are accessed by different domains (only things i pay for) forwarded directly to the related categories. i prefer to dedicate more time on content — on studying, researching, analysing, and coming up with better ideas, rather than spending days in the end on the looks of a website, with all the issues coming with it — security, accesibility (computers/tablets/smartphones), managing tools, endless testings to ensure compatibilities etc. etc. — wordpress has freed me from all of this and i am happy with my choice of wordpress in place of my own websites which by now are all discontinued, moving all the new content to my wordpress blog.. youthextension.wordpress.com

the related domains, forwarded to the YE blog..
thelife.biz (main page of the blog, a quick access), acio.pro (cryptography), clubdeparis.com / clubdeparis.net (trading).

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