UK Freshly Pressed
UK freshly pressed
Hi, I always get US Freshly Pressed posts, is there any way to view UK Freshly Pressed posts, just fininding a lot don’t have much relevance?
The blog I need help with is mojitosandhandbags.wordpress.com.
There is no UK freshly pressed posts, there’s just Freshly Pressed.
And many of them don’t have relevance, they’re hand picked by a staff member. :)
For relevant posts do Topics (Tags page) searches http://en.support.wordpress.com/topics/
Ok, thank you both!
I’m more looking for relevance in terms of bloggers blogging about things that happen in the UK, as I sympathise with bloggers discussing things that happen in the USA, such as not getting free health care, but I’d rather read about things happening in the UK. It’s a new perspective I guess! And free, so I shouldn’t complain!
For Google searches use this format and replace “keyword” with whatever word you wish:
Example search string
Queen Victoria site:wordpress.com
results > http://tinyurl.com/csaobsx
Note: The WordPress.com search engine indexes post, pages, and comments content (body text). Unless entered as text in those contents, blog name, post titles, and post/comment author names are not indexed. http://en.support.wordpress.com/wordpresscom-search/
Ok, thanks for your help. I was just wondering if there was a way of seeing posts selected as ‘Freshly Pressed’ from the UK only, I don’t want to search for anything in particular, just a general perusal.
I understand this is not possible, which is completely fine and I’m very grateful for wordpress providing this great free service. I did not mean to cause any controversy or offense, I apologise if I did.
No there isn’t as the location means nothing in this case. It’s not a criteria any more than posts from any other country is. I’m a long time blogger I don’t recommend wasting more than 1 second per day on skimming FP posts.
P.S. No offense taken. Best wishes with your blog. :)
Ok, thanks I’d assumed it was the first place to go for inspiration.
Not to worry, thank you and thanks for you help!
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