Hi Ladies,

I'm a bit new around here and I'm excited to connect with you about using WordPress to power your blogs and websites and just web stuff in general (I've been a web developer and graphic designer for almost 10 years).

I run a little website called The WordPress Mom and I offer WordPress Manuals, Videos and Tips aimed specifically towards mommy bloggers and women entrepreneurs.

It's relatively new and I'm trying to get as much feedback as possible from women like you about what you're looking for in a go-to help website for WordPress.

I've created a bit of a survey over there that I would be ever so grateful to get responses to. If you fill it in you'll get a free copy of my "Complete Guide to Twitter Traffic".

http://www.thewpmom.com/i-want-your-opinion/

If you want to just leave a comment here - that would be great!

I basically want to know what you like and don't like about WordPress, what you have troubles with, how long you've been using it for and what you wish someone would talk about.

If you do head on over to my website - let me know what you think! I'd love feedback on the design, content, anything.

Thanks so much!

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