and receive email notifications whenever there is a new post!
To make a blog interactive there is a Comment function. To navigate to the comment function, you have to click on the title of the post. Then a window will open that shows the comment area. Fill in all of the boxes, including your comment and then click on POST COMMENT.
Keep in mind that your comment will not show up immediately. It has to be previewed by one of the blog’s administrators and once it has been verified as non-spam, it will be posted. While you are in the Comment area, look at the very bottom and you will see two pretty cool Check Boxes.
Notify me of follow up comments by email.
Notify me of new posts by email.
When you click the Notify me of new posts by email, you will receive email notifications each time there is something new in the blog. So, you only need to visit this blog when there is something new to view.
Well, it’s a long story. First, in February of 2018, the Sunday II blog was hosted as a FREE WordPress blog at “sundayii.wordpress.com”. It was my first attempt at a blog and a major disadvantage with the free hosting service was ads! There are other disadvantages, but advertisements are the worst.
Then, in March of 2019, a family member suggested I start a blog that would focus on our family. I thought this was a good idea and I did not want the family blog to have advertisements so I purchased a domain name, “Donsfamilyblog.org”, and paid for a hosting service at Site Ground. I set up the family blog with this new domain name and hosting service and then I sent out email announcements to family about this new blog. The response was NOT overwhelming. I only received two positive replies.
So, I decided to take down the family blog and import the sundayii.wordpress.com blog into donsfamilyblog.org. Now, I have Sunday II being hosted on a paid domain/server and I can enjoy all of the benefits of a paid hosting service.
If you have any questions regarding this whole operation, leave me a comment below.
Some of the ads on wordpress.com were pretty gross. Here is one example.