WordPress is a beautiful environment for adding words to a website. It’s not easy to sit down and write, but when you use WordPress, inspiration comes naturally.
We here at Feed.Us admire WordPress. The interface is so clean and it’s easy to use, especially for less-technical writers.
If you can’t beat ’em, join ’em: we just integrated WordPress.com with Feed.Us so that our customers can create and edit posts from WordPress and have it automatically update their Feed.Us-powered websites.
I’m writing this post on my WordPress.com account. We setup Feed.Us to use WordPress’s “WebHooks” API. So, when I publish this post here, on WordPress.com, it’ll automatically show up in Feed.Us and then get published to our Feed.Us blog.
Unfortunately, the normal way to add WordPress to a Website is not quite as inspiring as the software itself. Download, unzip, install, customize, plugin, update (rinse, repeat). With Feed.Us you can avoid that hassle – Feed.Us works on any site, server or platform all via “the cloud“… and not just PHP.
Some examples of using WordPress.com with Feed.Us:
- A publisher integrates Feed.Us into existing site. No separate site and hosting just for WordPress. And the writers are happy – they get WordPress.com.
- A web developer replaces a block of text with Feed.Us. Client uses WordPress.com to make changes without bothering the developer.
- A documentation writer for a Rails Web App uses WordPress.com and the web developer integrates Feed.Us within the Web App.
Talk to us about how we can help you use WordPress on your site.