Typepad is a blogging service from company SAY Media (from the merger of Six Apart Ltd and VideoEgg). Originally launched in October 2003, Typepad is based on Six Apart's Movable Type platform, and shares technology with Movable Type such as templates and APIs, but is marketed to non-technical users and includes additional features like multiple author support, photo albums and mobile blogging.The service is available in several languages and countries around the world. In the United States, Typepad is sold at three different paid subscription levels.
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  • Five Reasons to Have a Content Management System

    … be pure code. * * * We almost forgot to mention that to have a developer design a custom CMS, it could run you into the tens of thousands of dollars and could end up being more complicated than an Escher drawing. Instead, go for something tried and true. The most popular CMS offerings include WordPress, Drupal, TypePad, Moveable Type, Joomla…

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  • How to Stand Out in a World of Dull Podcasts

    …, along came the podcast. Now we could use audio to share our opinions, dramas, and skills. Former MTV host Adam Curry, smitten by the new technology, doubled down on podcasts. In fact, he launched iPodder.org, a platform that allowed you to easily subscribe to shows. But alas, the idea was before its time and quietly boiled away in the background…

    Demian Farnworth/ Copybloggerin Social Content How To's- 7 readers -
  • Top Tips & Trends to Know for Blogging in 2014

    Practically since the advent of blogging, people have been proclaiming that blogging is dead. There’s a new eulogy written for blogging every year, from major platforms—respected and popular sources like The Content King, Social Media Today, The Guardian, Politico, and even The New York Times have filled blogging’s grave and written its tombstone.

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