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Book Giveaway: Print Version of Digging into WordPress

[ Digging into WordPress ] I have a free print version of Digging into WordPress to give away to one lucky winner. To qualify for the giveaway, simply leave a comment on this post stating your absolute favorite thing about WordPress. The winner will receive a free printed copy of DiW shipped to their door, plus a lifetime subscription to the PDF version of the book. I will announce the randomly chosen winner next week. – Good luck! :)

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124 responses to “Book Giveaway: Print Version of Digging into WordPress”

  1. Who are we kidding? The absolutely best part of WordPress is that it is FREE.

  2. Automated updates!

  3. Alexander Moya 2010/01/06 9:44 am

    My absolute favorite thing is the hooks system, great things can be accomplished with hooks on theme designs, and it isn’t that complicated once you started using them.

  4. Post scheduling is the best feature and the feature we use the most and the feature we absolutely rely on! I hope I win the book! There is always more to learn!

  5. Oliver Edwards 2010/01/06 8:53 am

    I’m amazed with the interactive feel that wordpress delivers; it makes you feel in touch with world while making publishing easy with various plug-ins, the large community and all the open source possibilities.

  6. Elizabeth 2010/01/06 9:02 am

    I love WordPress because it is so easily customizable! Creating a new blog design has never been easier. :)

  7. That’s a simple one: WordPress’ community of third party plugins and support.

  8. Mike Henderson 2010/01/06 9:21 am

    I like that WordPress is so flexible and can be used in many different applications. I’ve probably only used 10% of its capability.

  9. Jose Duenas 2010/01/06 10:13 am

    I love everything about WordPress, especially it’s GPL licensed and the it’s easy to extend.

  10. The ease of use, it’s open source, huge community, fast development, flexible and extendable… It’s really an amazing tool and since it comes at no cost, it has lowered the barrier for so many wanting to publish online!

  11. Goran Ilic 2010/01/06 10:43 am

    I have purchased the PDF version already and i love it, but oh i wish i had a printed version.
    Somehow i am no the e-book type of user :-)

  12. Simplicity in every aspect. From managing new posts, themes editing, automatic updates, tons of widgets and plugins and ending on maintenance tasks. Every one of these is super easy in WordPress.

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