4 Simple Changes I Had To Make On This Site

Written by Victor Uyanwanne

Victors' Corner

I have been blogging for one year now and I am still counting. In reviewing my experience so far, it has become imperative to make some simple changes on the outlook of this blog site.

Here are the 4 simple changes I had to make:

  1. Blog name

The blog name has been adjusted from victorscorner[dot]com to Victors’ Corner. But the domain name remains unchanged as victorscornerdotorg[dot]wordpress[dot]com.

It has come to my attention that someone (unrelated to me) has harnessed my blog name and used it to register a domain name. Therefore, be aware that the victorscorner[dot]com website is not affiliated to me in any way.

  1. New site theme.

The site theme has been changed too. I am pretty sure you have noticed this one already. But if you are new on this blog, I may as well tell you that it is the new outlook you are seeing right now. I hope you like it. If not, please feel free to let me know.

  1. Public display name

 The reach of this blog has been expanding beyond what I earlier envisaged, so I have decided to change my display name too. Instead of my full name Victor Uyanwanne being the usual public display name, I will now be using the blog name VictorsCorner (as one word, though).

I thought I should be promoting the blog, not the blogger.

In any case, any post written by me will continue to reflect my full name as the author. But next time you see any comment by me on any blog, and it shows as VictorsCorner, please don’t be surprised.

My picture will continue to be on display, so I am pretty sure you will not have to mistake me for another person. Smiles.

  1. About Page.

I hope you have noticed the changes here too. My profile on the About page has been updated and expanded. I have added more information about myself so you may get to know me better.

Thank you for your love and support over the last one year that I have been sharing my thoughts on this blog. I look forward to more mutually beneficial interaction in the months and years ahead.

 

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