WordPress.com has become a household name among bloggers right now. Probloggers and not too popular bloggers alike all push the advantages of running your blog on the wordpress blogging platform.
Chances are you’re already using the wordpress blogging platform for your blog. But come to think of it. Have you ever wondered where wordpress would be in the next 10 years? Don’t you think it is worth knowing if the foundation on which you’re building your business right now will be there in the next ten years?
Frankly I believe if you’re building a sustainable business and not a fly in the night adventure then knowing what will become of the base of your business 10 years from now will be of interest to you. That is why when I came across this video by Scott Berkun a few days ago I did not hesitate to present it here. I do hope you like it!
So who is Scott Berkun?
Scott Berkun of http://www.scottberkun.com/ is a best-selling author and kick-ass speaker. He writes books and essays, lectures @ Fortune 500 companies & top universities on creativity, management and a fun mix of everything else.
In this video, Scott Berkun opens the general track of WordCamp San Francisco with a discussion on the evolution of WordPress, its effects on publishing on the Web, and his thoughts on how it will affect the future of writing and publishing.
Tune up your speakers and have some great time!
Do you agree with the ideas Scott talked about in this video?
Do you think WordPress will truly change the future of publishing? Can wordpress be liken to the traditional printing press? How about winepress?
Hey, let’s know what you think about this video in the comments below.