Well, Windows Live Writer worked OK. (Yes, I know – forgot to categorise my post, but I’m keeping this one the same too.)
I think the main benefit will be if you have several blogs to keep up. As I plan to have more than just this one, which is just a starter, then Live Writer may well be very useful as I won’t have to keep logging in to separate places to write for them; as I can add my accounts in one place.
It was really qucik to get started. I popped the shortcut onto my desktop, added the other account I have then off I went.
Unlike WordPress (this blog host) which has the tag box just below the posting window, Live Writer has a drop down. But it seems to pretty much do everything that WP does, so I’m going to try it a few more times to see how I like it. (I’m actually writing this not using LW.
That’s it for this post – I’m busy with my ebook right now and need to get on with it before I fall any more further behind with John Thornhill’s Coaching program.
gxis la revido (that’s ‘au revoir’ in Esperanto)