Mashable on WordPress 3.0: The 5 Most Important New Features

Good summary post from Brian Casel on Mashable today regarding WordPress 3.0: The 5 Most Important New Features:

WordPress has long been known as a dedicated blogging platform, giving users the tools they need to publish their message and interact with readers. However, with the official release of version 3.0, set to drop this month, the platform will be much closer, if not well within the territory of a content management system (CMS).

The list of new features in WordPress 3.0 isn’t very long in comparison to previous releases. However, the changes that are coming will certainly have a significant impact, particularly if you use WordPress as a CMS. Here is a rundown of the most important new features arriving in version 3.0.

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5 thoughts on “Mashable on WordPress 3.0: The 5 Most Important New Features

  1. Wow, absolutely fantabulous!!!!!!!!!!
    My hats off the the WordPress team and its MANY contributors for giving the world something truly remarkable: The ability to QUICKLY create blogs, static websites, informational hubs EASILY.
    When it's all said and done — sometime is the very distant future — WordPress will be remembered as a disruptive technology that CHANGED the world as we know it.

    – Max

  2. I love these new features and the opportunity they present to bloggers and Internet marketers alike. The conversion of WordPress as a content management system with so many variables will allow the blogging platform to rise to a new level. I can't wait to see what Jost and the other talented plug-in developers make of all of these new features.

    I will be standing by and keenly interested!


  3. IMHO, WordPress will be a great CMS given its very rich features. It's just about time that it evolves into a CMS. Personally, I prefer using it as a CMS than Joomla. Nice post.

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