WordPress vs. Tumblr

As you may have heard, I transferred domain hosts recently. While I am quite a bit happier with my new host, it seems as though I have lost all my WordPress content during the transfer.

I have done all I know to do, and all Google knows to do. I can’t recover anything from the database. On one hand, it totally sucks, but on the other, I look at it like a chance to start over. That’s the best way to look at it, right? We’ll just treat 2007 like a test run for blogging.

With that said, I have a question for all (5) of you. Should I keep the site semi-as-is, or change over to a blog powered through tumblr? I’ve been playing with it since the original site went down a week ago and I really like a lot of the features. The only drawback is I don’t know enough about coding to make a custom tumblr theme, and wordpress is extremely customizable.

Perhaps I can combine the two and create one super-website with all the content I want. What do you think I should do?

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4 thoughts on “WordPress vs. Tumblr

  1. Tumblr is very easy to use and has some great features. The templates they have to choose from are not bad.

    For me I like WordPress. I did add a page to my WordPress site that pulls in all my tumblr content. It’s the best of both worlds.

  2. Tumblr is very easy to use and has some great features. The templates they have to choose from are not bad.

    For me I like WordPress. I did add a page to my WordPress site that pulls in all my tumblr content. It’s the best of both worlds.

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