Word Count

If you are into problogging, you definitely know the importance of how many words you have already typed. Advertisers always require the number of words for each paid post that you accept for your blog. Self-hosted WP blogs do not have an installed word counter, you can install a plugin for this though. But what I use is much easier and safer… I don’t have to worry if the plugin I got contains virus or not, or will it work properly in my blog… Let me share you what I’ve been using for far for this blog.

| Cut And Paste Word Count |

When you’re done with your composed article/post, simple cut and paste in the provided box (or the other way around) as shown below, then click the calculate words and that’s it!

Last month, they have also included different javascript tools and tutorials in their website such as:

Javascript Tools:

Tutorials:

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  1. thanks for the info. i like this. i usually don’t have problems with my wordpress. but at blogger blog, i have to estimate na more than 100 words na yon. hehehehe

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  2. i just use word, then paste the whole thing in my blog. meron na kasi spellchecker and word counter.

    i don’t really give much thought about word count for a sponsored post. Even if 50 words lang required, if i like the entry, kahit 200 pa ilagay ko.

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