NEW LOOK for RKblog.com

I have used a certain open source platform for years and am now shedding what has become “open sores” and quirky coding for a terrifically flexible and design-oriented platform called Squarespace. I love it!

If it wasn’t for the domain server issues on my end, it would have been a breeze as importing is all automated. Seriously, the easiest and cleanest move and install I have ever done in over seven years of blogging. And, the clean design just is so right for today. I want to shout out my budding graphic artist daughter, Emilie, who designed the logo for me.

So, what platform for blogging do you use?

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Rich Kirkpatrick

Rich Kirkpatrick

Writer, Speaker, and Musician. Rich Kirkpatrick was recently rated #13 of the “Top 75 Religion Bloggers” by Newsmax.com, having also received recognition by Worship Leader Magazine as “Editor’s Choice” for the “Best of the Best” of blogs in 2011, 2014, 2015 and 2016.

22 comments

  1. Nice new look man! I’m a WordPress user. This would be my preferred formula for building websites:

    WordPress + Thesis + Custom Designer = Awesomeness.

    1. Thanks!

      I still will use WP for some things, but I am so excited about this platform.

  2. still on wordpress – looks good here, clean, simply, memorable brand. Congrats.

    1. thanks Fred… and, I feel for the WP tribe 🙂

  3. still on wordpress – looks good here, clean, simply, memorable brand. Congrats.

  4. still on wordpress – looks good here, clean, simply, memorable brand. Congrats.

    1. thanks Fred… and, I feel for the WP tribe 🙂

  5. still on wordpress – looks good here, clean, simply, memorable brand. Congrats.

    1. thanks Fred… and, I feel for the WP tribe 🙂

  6. still on wordpress – looks good here, clean, simply, memorable brand. Congrats.

    1. thanks Fred… and, I feel for the WP tribe 🙂

  7. I’m a WordPress user, and use it to build all the websites for my clients that I have. So many options, but still seems the best, and it’s a fantastic community if you’re willing to get a little involved.

    1. I still use WP but I’m enjoying the Mac-like "it just works" with this platform. Beauty is not something I can associate with WP 😉

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