Spare Change Anyone?


I am frustrated! I have a subscription at WP Beginners, a word press site that explains how to do almost all of the things I don’t seem to know. The lessons are straight forward, and written in plain English, which happens to be the language I mostly understand.

My frustration comes in the form of not being able to institute any of those lessons, as I have a free site and most of the fixes actually require me to pay for a proper website. Nearly all of the lessons suggest I add various plugins, to enhance the blog.

photo WP Beginners emails

WP Beginners emails

The problem with that is I can’t afford it. I am partially disabled, on SSI and have a fixed income. Great choice of words, fixed income, because the truth is my income is broke! At least I am. I will get into that in another article.

I can’t beg for money, I’m just not that kind of boy. I also can’t put a cup or jar by the door for you to put spare change into, as I need a plugin for that too. I sweep this site out every day, looking for the change you lose when you pull your smartphone out of your pocket, but alas 3 pennies and a dime does not a fortune make.

Sorry about crying in my beer ( actually I don’t drink beer ) and getting you all wet with my tears. Wah wah… Hey I did that just fine. I welcome comments, answers, paychecks, and coffee w/ cream and sugar. Please feel free to leave all of your jewelery on the table by the door when you exit. And Thank you in advance…..

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11 thoughts on “Spare Change Anyone?

  1. From what I’ve learned in my short time here, the plug ins are for the Paid WordPress site. Not something I subscribe to either, I have the Free WordPress site (just like you) And Julia is correct, the tags definitely help with driving some traffic to the blog. If someone is searching for a post about “poetry” your tagged poem could get that traffic. Also I find that the more you comment and engage with other bloggers, sometimes that also gets you a few extra followers as well. It’s all a learning process, one I’m still trying to get the hang of.

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