Mar 042012

Designed to make getting your website up and running as easy as Techority makes coding!

Lately I’ve had a fair number of developers from the Corona community asking me questions about domain names, hosts, WordPress and other website-related business.

I’ve been wanting to set up a second website for awhile now and figured that this would be a good way of providing a service a lot of you need while also offsetting my own hosting costs by sharing server space for an affordable price.

So, without further adieu, please take a look at a Blogority!

If you need a website but don’t want to deal with the technical stuff this will be well suited to you; you can get a full WordPress setup without needing to run any installs, create a database, etc. and you’ll know your site is in good hands because by now I think it’s safe to say most of you know me very well.

I look forward to building Blogority into as reputable a site for developers as Techority has become over this past 16 odd months.

Peach Pellen

PS – I know you are all eagerly awaiting the results of the 48 Hour Challenge, rest assured they’ll be coming very soon, I’m just waiting on some final scores from one of the judges. There were a lot of submissions this year!

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  2 Responses to “Need a website? Introducing Blogority!”

  1. Just took a look at the site, it looks very well made! I personally dont need the service because I’m decent with wordpress and hosting, but I’m sure many people will be using your service. I might suggest adding a couple examples of what a wordpress site might look like so people can see how they can use it to promote their apps and such.

    I hope you’re taking advantage of GoDaddy affiliate links as well :)

    • Thanks for that input Alex, that’s a great idea with samples of possible designs – I will look into that tomorrow. (It’s almost 7am here ;))

      I’m not currently using GoDaddy affiliate links; it’s something I may look into though. (If they can credit my account it would be handy to use them, Techority should be on 10 year renewal but is currently on 1 or 2, not ideal.)

      Thanks again, great input and really pleased you like the site :)

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