The "multiple blogs" discussion has convinced me into moving all my reviews to a second blog. I'd like for it to be http://myurl.com/reviews, but for some reason am getting completely stuck on how to do that! Do I do something with a subdomain?

It seems like such a simple task. Maybe I just need some coffee! ;)

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Okay, yeah. It was easy. All I did was use Fantastico to do another WP install in a separate directory. DUH
Who is your hosting service?

On mine I just create a file in my publichtml with the name of the directory I want (so review if you want it to be www.mysite.com/review) and then I upload the blog to there.

I use Bluehost and they actually do all the dirty work for me for free! I love them!!

But you would just do the same thing you did with your origina blog, just add it to the review folder.

I hope that makes sense!!
I use MomWebs! Thanks for the Bluehost rec, though... in case I ever want to switch hosts (but I doubt it!)
Fantastico is THE BEST!!
How do you like WP? Do you need to have your own hosting account to use WP? I have two blogs at blogger.

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I LOVE WP, but I've never used anything else so I can't compare. The newest version is really neat, so if you did decided to switch over it would be a great time.

You can have a free wordpress.com blog, but for a wordpress.org blog you must have your own domain. I use MomWebs, and it costs me $5 a month. I get that (and more) back through ads, so it's worth it.

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