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5 Reasons We Are Leaving Wordpress

5 Reasons We Are Leaving Wordpress | The Perfect Storm Team | Scoop.it

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Leaving Wordpress
Wordpress is killing us. We are exhausted with cave diving. We must cave dive because the world's largest blogging platform has become so opaque the it's main premise - create web content without an IT department - is spoiled.  

Here are our 5 reasons for leaving Wordpress as fast as our friends at WTE.net will have us:

Spam & AttacksUnrealized PromiseCrap OverloadSEO & PerformanceNo Easy Multi-Platform Content Curation
 
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What are your reasons for leaving Wordpress? Or do you love Wordpress? Share and we will curate into this Wordpress post (one of our last). 

 

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Discover, Curate and Publish Straight To Your Own Site with Lingospot for WordPress

Discover, Curate and Publish Straight To Your Own Site with Lingospot for WordPress | The Perfect Storm Team | Scoop.it

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Robin Good's comment, March 13, 2013 5:42 PM
Hi Stan, I hear your complaint there and I must say that you are not the only one seeing that issue.

I have been reporting interoperability issues with other services since at least a year but to no avail. Unfortunately new features and support for mobile devices seem to have a priority on fixing the foundations first.
Laura Brown's comment, March 19, 2013 9:06 PM
One of the good things about using Scoop.it is that it is not on my own site. I can link to my own post and get a back link.
GeorgeGrant's curator insight, June 21, 2013 12:15 AM

Pricing seems resonable, given the enterprise class feature set. Seems it's worth a test run.