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Perishable Press Now Featured on Planet WordPress

[ Screenshot: Planet WordPress Banner ] Today I am happy to announce that Perishable Press has been deemed worthy of citizenship on Planet WordPress! Planet WordPress is an incredible WordPress resource, bringing together some of the Web’s finest WordPress contributors, plugin developers, and theme designers. The Planet WordPress feed currently features nearly 50 hand-selected WordPress bloggers and aggregates their syndicated content every two hours. As proclaimed at the site, Planet WordPress is “The Epicenter of Everything WordPress” — definitely a great way to stay current with the wonderful world of WordPress.

Needless to say, I am most grateful to Ozh for hooking me up with this excellent opportunity. Cheers! ;)

Jeff Starr
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2 responses to “Perishable Press Now Featured on Planet WordPress”

  1. Welcome aboard! :)

  2. Jeff Starr
    Perishable 2007/12/04 4:39 pm

    Many thanks!! :)

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