Plato on-line Website: PlatoPress.com


Dear followers of Plato on-line,

Starting tomorrow, my posts will be on PlatoPress.com and please pardon the appearance of the site since it’s still on free hosting and I’m still not finished designing it yet. And don’t worry. I will still visit Plato on-line everyday to correspond with you and will not close it so you can still use it for reference. Here is the link to platopress.com.

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Poch is a Bookrix author and a freelance writer. He is a frequent contributor to TED Conversations.
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18 Responses to Plato on-line Website: PlatoPress.com

  1. jamesesz says:

    Oh No! Dont close down Plato Online

    • pochp says:

      Don’t worry dear James. I’ll never do that :-D.
      Do you know that Plato on-line is more popular than my website
      PlatoPress.com until now! How can I abandon WordPress? lol
      Btw, I like your classical logo. Great.

  2. lori78 says:

    The new site looks really neat. I’ve already added it to my blogroll but i’m keeping plato-online too.

  3. writerdood says:

    Added link to your new site.
    Kept the old one though, since there’s still stuff here.

    • pochp says:

      Oh Dood. I thought you won’t do that. My deepest gratitude.
      I will now add you to its links. Don’t worry. PlatoPress is just a son
      of Plato on-line so I’ll never abandon WordPress.

  4. Ramblinrick says:

    Pochp,

    You have a follower here at What’s On My PC… I just place “Plato Press” on the blogroll and the What’s On My PC Launch Pad. Your new site really looks great and is very clean looking (very easy to follow and read). I wouldn’t do too much to it; however, as previously mentioned, look into a RSS feed that will be help drive traffic to Plato Press. Again, good luck…

    Rick

    • pochp says:

      Hey Rick,
      It’s very lonely there at my new site but you just reversed that!
      I’m very grateful for your precious advise. I still can’t figure out
      why RSS is still a problem for me. I think great RSS feeds requires a quota.
      Thanks again buddy! More power to WOMP!

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