Why I Use TypePad

I'm asked often for recommendations on blogging platforms.  I've used the "other one" and it doesn't think as I think and I had my time with HTML coding 10 years ago.  I avoid the free platforms because life experience has taught me that one gets what one pays for. 

TypePad has a page describing the features of its blogging platform and software, all of which are part of the reason I use and recommend TypePad. 

"Twenty-one, twenty-two, twenty-three…" I have twenty-three blogs and I could add twenty-three more through my Unlimited TypePad account for $14.95 per month.  I like a lot of books, a lot of shoes, and a lot of blogs, so that works for me.  TypePad is not a client and I am not a TypePad affiliate, so I don't have a financial reason to recommend TypePad.

But I do recommend it.  Here's the number one reason why:

A TypePad blog comes with tech support.
See that text box?  "Describe your problem or question." I can type anything into that box and get an answer from TypePad. 

I haven't tried "What is the meaning of life?", but I might some day because I know the answer would be step-by-step and include a value added. 

Why do I use TypePad?  Whether my questions begin with "Greetings" or "Agh!" or "Help!", they're all mission critical.  And TypePad answers.

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