cool, great interview 🙂
not bad, I guess…
This video is useful for show and explain to people how WordPress can be useful for them.
Great interview, cool visuals and audio.
Great job Matt your video came across well. I will watch a few more times because I’m a newbie.
very good 🙂
Great Job Matt
Great interview, cool visuals and audio
Nice explanations of WP.
nice clean and simple way to explain WP.com, wordpress and all that
I thought this was great!
a very informative interview, i got a better perspective on W
I think the interview was pretty clear and informative and clarifies points on wordpress.com,. org and other comparisons, in the final thanks for all clears matters.
Very important information.I thought this was great!
Great explanation of difference between wordpress.org and wordpress.com. Terrific real time interview!
The questions are ADR and it seems kinda weird in transition to (Matt) and there are strange audio artifacts growling in the background. But I think the kid is very straightforward about a very simple thing. Good job.
Good Job Matt, I think you did a great job of explaining the differences between WordPress.com and WordPress.org. Why to go buddy! Mo
Very nice to have these kinds of videos to watch – as a relatively new user, it’s great to know that other people are using WordPress in very much the same way as I am.
I think you guys are doing a sterling job – thanks!
Wow, I’m glad I watched this. I kept pausing it and getting distracted, but now I realize I should probably checkout wordpress.org. I’m really impressed to hear about the companies and people who use WordPress. (Including your mom) 🙂
Wow, the video is a great eye opener for a newbie like me. It just fires my imagination about what I can do with word press. I like the analogy given about “owning your own house and renting” to illustrate the difference between wordpress.org and wordpress.com. Great keep up the good works
very high quality informative video. it has a personal and public feel to it.
I am just introducing myself to wordpress….I am here because I would say 75% of the impressive blogs I have seen all use wordpress as their platform.
just joined thumbs up
Nice… wished I could afford the VIP hosting, my current host is slipping and need to move soon.
FBI CIA CNN FOX wow! we are not wrong.. WP is the best
Good lead in to what WordPress is allabout.
Matt is confident so, it’s cool wordpress for life man!
I wonder what his mom’s blog is about…
surprisingly informative…explained the comprehensive uses of wordpress.org and wordpress.com plus the distinctions between the two while listing the features and benefits so that YOU can determine the better media match for your intentions…much more than I expected…appreciated the straighforward explainations.
thanks for the services and the continuing improvements,
I think the video is a great way to introduce WordPress. I have to say…that over everything else and blog tools it really is the most professional and has the best features. Bite me Google!
Nicely done and very pleasant way to gain information. Good comparison between wordpress.com and .org. Nice clear introduction.
After weeks and weeks of contemplating if we should fix our troubled Joomla website or start with a new WordPress.org or .com, we finally made our decision. Your video was extremely helpful. OK WordPress.org meet WineDIneTv.
Cheers and Thank you,
Judit & Corina
Cheers to the camera-man, video and audio quality rock. The interview is kinda useful for beginners, but it has a good subject.
Thanks for sharing Matt.
Yes, audio is great. Renting and owning analogy is helpful. I’ll use it next time I’m explaining org vs. com to my clients. Thanks.
Trying to come to grips with the best platform for our Blog, following discussion with a number of SEO-types at MeetUps, coming on board with WP.org takes some ‘getting the mind around’ – this clip sure helps. Thanks
Cool! Thanks for sharing!
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