How to “JAILBREAK” your wordpress.com blog

6 thoughts on “How to “JAILBREAK” your wordpress.com blog”

  1. Number 1 actually costs $18 per year.

    I was interested in the other way, though. Like I’ll be posting stuff on WordPress.com and the same stuff with all categories, tags, and of course the text be delivered to another WordPress self-hosted platform. What I basically want to achieve is manage everything (except for comments) from subdomain (wordpress.com) but the end users will read them from a .com domain hosted on somewhere else with WordPress.

    Any trick for that?

    1. Domain Registration is a paid upgrade that costs $18.00 per domain ($25.00 for .me domains), per blog, per year. You can register as many domains as you want on the same blog, but you have to pay for each registration separately.

      Here: http://en.support.wordpress.com/domains/register-domain

      So I guess both of us are true:) By the way, I don’t have any ready-made solution for the task you are talking about. And I also don’t think that is very easily achievable either.

    2. I’m already using ManageWP. They’re good for managing multiple WordPress installations from same dashboard. But that is not what I wanted. I wanted to publish posts from wordpress.com that will be pushed to my self-hosted site.

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