The FREE BLOGGING SITES REVIEW provides you details about some free blogging sites that provide you with the best blogging experience as well as helps you to develop a certain idea.
WHAT IS BLOG?
A blog is an online logbook or informational website showing information in the reverse consecutive order, with the latest posts appearing first, at the top. It is a platform where a writer or a group of writers share their views on an individual subject. The content of a blog typically includes text, pictures, videos, animated GIFs, and even scans from old physical offline diaries or journals and other hard copy documents. Since a blog can exist merely for personal use, sharing information with an exclusive group or to engage the public, a blog owner can set their blog for private or public access. When a blog is made publicly accessible, anyone can typically find the blog through links available on the blog owner’s individual or business website, their social media profiles, emails and e-newsletters, and online keyword search engines.
WHAT IS BLOGGING?
Blogging is a collection of skills that one needs to run and supervise a blog. This entails equipping a web page with tools to make the process of writing, posting, linking, and sharing content easier on the internet. Blogging refers to writing, photography, and other media that’s self-published online. Blogging started as an opportunity for individuals to write diary-style entries, but it has since been incorporated into websites for many businesses. The hallmarks of blogging include frequent updates, informal language, and opportunities for readers to engage and start a conversation.
TOP 10 FREE BLOGGING SITES:-
1. WordPress:- (FREE BLOGGING SITES REVIEW)
WordPress started as a simple blogging platform back in 2003. WordPress.org is the king of free blogging sites. It is a free platform, but you need to build the site mostly by yourself afterward. You also have to host the software yourself. While you can find some free WordPress hosting, a better long-term strategy is to pay a moderate amount for a solid WordPress host. It is free as an in freedom. You can use it for any purpose, and no one can suspend your website due to censorship or terms of service violation. You also have the freedom to customize WordPress to your needs without any restriction. Creating your first blog is very straightforward, with a simple wizard that guides you through the process of choosing a name and a suitable theme. You can leave it there and begin writing posts immediately, but the real fun lies in the more advanced editor, which lets you customize virtually every aspect of your blog’s appearance.
Pros of WordPress:-
- Useful analytics
- Powerful customization options
- WordPress is free and gives you complete control of your website. You own and control all your website files and data. You are not tied to a web hosting company and can move your website anywhere you want.
- It gives you access to a huge collection of extensions, add-ons, and plugins to extend your website. This enormous access to professional applications allows you to make anything you want.
- You are in charge of your website, so you can keep it simple and only add new features as your website grows. You can make your website super fast and use all the neat SEO best practices to bring new users.
- Due to its popularity, almost all popular third-party tools already have integrations available for WordPress. So your email marketing software, lead generation tool, SEO tools, CRM software, and payment gateways will all work with WordPress.
Cons of WordPress:-
You are in charge of your website. This means you are also responsible for security, making backups, and installing updates. You can automate all these tasks, but they would still require your attention unless you’re using one of these managed WordPress hosting companies.
WordPress does not come with a built-in drag and drop website builder. It takes some time for most beginners to get familiar with it and learn the basics. However, you can use one of the popular drag and drop page builder plugins for WordPress.
You do not need to learn coding to use WordPress. However, some basic knowledge of HTML and CSS will make things a lot easier. Most beginners acquire these basic skills as they use WordPress
As your blog grows, WordPress lets you track its stats, including page views, visitors, likes, and comments over time. You can also see how readers reach your site, which content they viewed, and where they are in the world, all of which are very useful in terms of being able to tailor your content accordingly. Your site is hosted on WordPress servers, with an address in the format of yoursite.wordpress.com. Users of the free service don’t get an email or live chat support, but the WordPress community forums are very active and questions are usually answered within a few minutes. Additionally, privacy protection for domains that are registered at WordPress.com is free.
Wix has a range of paid-for subscription plans, but also a free offering, although it’s best to note upfront that this has some caveats. With the free product, your site will have Wix branding, and you’ll be limited to 500MB of data transfer per month, so it’s not for heavily-trafficked sites. Wix is a good choice for someone who wants a really easy way to start their blog for free. If you want to start a blog without having to take care of things like security, backups, hosting, and so on, Wix is a good option. Wix takes care of all that for you, even on their free platform plans. The free version of Wix would not work for someone who is looking to monetize their blog or create a more customized look.
Pros of Wix:-
- Wix is really easy to use. With drag-and-drop for the website and the ability to see exactly what you’re getting, it’s super simple for beginners.
- The free version of Wix is completely free. No need to sign up for hosting or a domain name.
Cons of Wix:-
- Wix uses their own advertising, they do not allow you to run your own ads on the free version. There’s also no eCommerce option for Wix’s free blogging sites.
- While Wix has very responsive website features that make it easy and intuitive to use, its blogging platform isn’t as strong. It’s still easy to use, but it’s far more restrictive than the regular website pages you can create on Wix
- If you start your blog and decide that Wix isn’t where you’d like to stay, it’s extremely difficult to migrate away from their free blogging site. They have no easy option for site migration, so you’ll have to be more tech-savvy to transfer your content.
- Wix has a nice selection of beautiful templates, but you’re more or less stuck with one once you’ve chosen it—a fairly common occurrence with free blogging sites like this. This is a big downfall if you have a different vision for your blog in the future, but nothing that can’t be overcome by working with their support team
To launch a Wix blog, just sign up and make a choice: you can either let the Wix AI create a site for you based on a questionnaire or build your blog yourself – which includes selecting a template and arranging the layouts via the WYSIWYG editor. If you go with the second option, all you need to do is to find a beautiful template and start customizing everything on the front-end, in a live preview mode.
Weebly:- (FREE BLOGGING SITES REVIEW)
Weebly is another website builder that you can use not only to blog but also to sell products or showcase your portfolio. It is somewhat similar to Wix to the extent that it provides a WYSIWYG editor with drag-and-drop elements. If you want to add a certain button, you can simply drag it to the page and customize it. The same happens with photo galleries, slideshows, and any other multimedia element. Weebly takes a modular approach to blog building, with a drag-and-drop editor that lets you choose which elements to add to your site, and where. Pick a basic template, then plonk various types of content onto the page, including social media links, text, images, maps, and sections of code. It’s a refreshingly simple way to build a blog that feels unique to you but doesn’t require any messing about with menus. Blog posts are made in the same way: drag text boxes, picture frames, buttons, and page breaks into position, then click to edit them.
One particularly nice feature is the ‘secret draft link’, which lets you preview your unpublished post, and even share it with others via email before releasing it into the wild. Weebly has some other interesting tricks up its sleeve, including an area for pasting in Google Analytics tracking code (though it doesn’t offer analytics itself). Weebly is another good choice for a blogger who wants a really easy (free) website builder to work with. It also has an eCommerce option so you can use it to start a small business and sell physical or digital items right from your blog. The free version of Weebly would not be a recommended choice as a long term blog that you intend on monetizing.
Pros of Weebly:-
- Weebly’s free version is completely free. No domain or hosting costs. A great way to get started if you want to test things out on a free blogging site with no strings attached.
- Weebly is really easy to use and offers the same quick set up to create posts through their free blogging platform. You can make attractive and interesting blog posts using Weebly’s free plan. The Weebly blog option has more features and customization ability than Wix’s blogging platform.
- With Weebly, you can change your themes as often as you like. You’re not locked into a theme forever, which is a nice option if you’d like to change things up after you get your blog off the ground.
- There is an option to sell items right from your blog with Weebly. If you’d like to use this as a way to monetize your site, it is possible with Weebly.
Cons of Weebly:-
- Weebly has a more customizable blogging feature, but the platform, in general, is not as easy or intuitive as Wix.
- Compared to my top pick amongst free blogging sites (WordPress.org), Weebly has far fewer ways to customize your free blog site. With only a handful of themes and apps, it doesn’t compare to WordPress.com or WordPress.org.
Weebly is another good choice for a blogger who wants a really easy (free) website builder to work with. It also has an eCommerce option so you can use it to start a small business and sell physical or digital items right from your blog.
Medium is a multipurpose platform tackling diverse topics, where anyone with an account can write. Unlike most other free blogging sites, the big advantage of Medium is that your articles will be exposed to a wide audience since the platform is visited by 60 million readers per month (and the number increases every year). Medium is unlike the other names on this list of free blogging sites because it’s not really a true website builder. In fact, while Medium is a free blogging site, it functions slightly more like a community of writers meets social media platform.
- Vast audience – convert millions of site readers into your subscribers.
- A free app – access Medium on your mobile devices from anywhere.
- Monetization – earn money when someone reads your blog.
- Social media integration – share your blog posts on social media.
- Media embeds – integrate various forms of media files
To start blogging with Medium, sign up, and share your blog posts with the editorial team who analyze them according to their standards. If your post follows their guidelines, it is posted to your blog page, and you can start earning money by attracting subscribers.
Pros of medium:-
- No set up required
- Respected by professionals
- Easy usage, clear, good features to embed media from video to image.
- If using the import tool, Medium adds rel=canonical automatically.
- Great way to engage with, tag, and encourage engagement with a relevant readership.
Cons of medium:-
- You don’t get a website
- Can’t customize the look of posts
- It can be harder to get your content seen as a medium is a popular platform.
- It is still early days for us to track back success (traffic, rank, etc) from posting to medium regularly. I hear tracking success outside vanity metrics can be hard for others too.
- I am yet to figure out how to create and add to magazines – these have the potential to be a good audience booster, but not too clear.
Medium is a publishing platform that gives your business another place to show up with thought leadership on your specific industry, products, or services. It is mainly used by our sales and marketing department. We use it to craft stories and insights regarding anything as it relates to our field. By doing so, it helps present us as a thought leader and potential problem-solver for the reader. Medium is a publishing platform that gives your business another place to show up with thought leadership on your specific industry, products, or services. It is mainly used by our sales and marketing department. We use it to craft stories and insights regarding anything as it relates to our field. By doing so, it helps present us as a thought leader and potential problem-solver for the reader.
This is another WordPress-like blogging platform. While the Ghost software can be downloaded for free, you need to pay to host for fuel. DigitalOcean is a great service that supports Ghost: it is cheap and comes with a bunch of nice features to get you started. Ghost was founded in 2013 from a Kickstarter project, with the intention of offering a free blogging site to professional writers. It has some similarities to WordPress, and like WordPress, it has a hosted and self-hosted version. Ghost exists as a free blogging site, primarily because John O’Nolan wanted to create something like WordPress that was solely for writers while being more minimalistic and easier to navigate. Ghost is a non-profit that is still in its infancy and still gaining its footing as a free blogging platform. While I certainly wouldn’t recommend Ghost over WordPress as a free blogging site at this point, I would keep an eye out for what they’re doing. To create a post in Ghost is easy once you set up your website. The editor is simple and minimalist, and it offers a live preview of your text on the right side of the screen. On the front-end, you get a Medium vibe, so it’s nice. Near the editor screen, there is a sidebar with settings, where you can choose your preferences.
Pros of ghost :-
- It’s easy to navigate and isn’t weighed down by a lot of extras. Its minimalistic setup makes it easy for bloggers to sit down and write.
Cons of ghost:-
- As with WordPress.org, Ghost offers no completely free blogging site option, because you’ll still be responsible for your monthly hosting plan and getting a domain name.
- it’s more difficult to find a hosting company that supports it from a technical standpoint—aside from their own hosting plans, of course
- In their effort to create simplicity, they have missed another group of people who want more flexibility and customization.
- Site editor – create and embed exciting media files and content.
- Content management – complete control over the type of blog content.
- Posts scheduling – create an editorial calendar to stay ahead of time.
- Powerful SEO tools – comprehensive SEO features for high rankings.
- Simple templates – use Handlebar’s stunning templates to build your blog.
- Automatic backups – never lose data with off-site location backups.
Ghost is an open-source blogging platform meant for journalists, editors, and writers. The platform was launched in 2013 through a successful Kickstarter campaign.
Blogger is a free blogging platform that offers a secure and reliable way to create your blog. This hosted blog platform was launched in 1999 and later acquired by Google. You don’t need a hosting provider to get started. All you need to do is log in using a Google account – you’ll be asked to follow the simple guidelines provided by the platform to make it easy for you to create a blog. There’s no need for technical knowledge or coding experience as the platform is quite intuitive in design and setup. Blogger is another solid (yet slightly outdated) option for free blogging sites designed for those who want a free blog to test the waters on. Blogger can be a decent option if you’re looking for a free place to start your hobby blog. However, with many more future-proof, modern free blogging sites available on the market.
- Free or custom domain – free subdomain via blogspot.com or buy a custom domain.
- Easy to use templates – design your blog using flexible layout and background images.
- Featured ads – monetize your blog by integrating it with Google AdSense.
- Blog analytics – assess your blog’s traffic and see the content getting the most visits.
- Secure storage – store your media files with Google
Pros of a blogger:-
- You can create a blog with Blogger and you’ll have no fees. No hosting fees. You can choose to pay for a domain name that will eliminate the branding from Blogspot in your URL.
- Probably one of the best things about Blogger is a free blog site, is the ability to run AdSense ads on your page. You have a lot more freedom to monetize your site with Blogger than many of the other free blogging sites we’ve discussed.
Cons of a blogger:-
- Unfortunately, with Blogger you don’t actually own your site. That means Google can choose to shut down your site if they want to.
- While Blogger is fairly simple to run, it does have a higher learning curve than many of the other options. It also has a smaller payoff once you do learn how to run it.
- There are several different things you can change with Blogger, but ultimately it’s not loaded down with customization options.
- Not a lot of people are using Blogger as a free blogging site these days because it isn’t up-to-date with other options like we’ve broken down here already. The interface is not as user-friendly or modern as other blogging platforms
Blogger can be a decent option if you’re looking for a free place to start your hobby blog. However, with much more future-proof, modern free blogging sites available on the market today, I wouldn’t personally recommend going with Blogger. While there are multiple options for customization with Blogger, it doesn’t have the sophistication of more modern blogging sites
Tumblr is an alternative free blogging site that currently hosts 476 million different blogs, and it was just recently purchased by Automattic (the company behind WordPress). Like Medium though, Tumblr is a mix between a blog and a social media channel. It’s a great choice for people who want to produce relatively quick or short content and don’t want to be bogged down by website production or the extra work involved with running your own site. Tumblr would not be an ideal choice for someone interested in owning their own blog/website. It would also be an unlikely choice for someone starting a business, although you could use Tumblr to funnel traffic to an outside shop like Etsy or eBay. Tumblr is ideal for bloggers who have a heightened focus on visual content. It is a global platform that is visited by millions of people every day who repost their favorite blog posts and initiate conversations.
- Custom domains – choose a domain name composed of 64 characters or less.
- Blog export – gathers your blog content in a ZIP file to export.
- Password-protected blogs – blogs can only be viewed through the correct password.
- Customized themes – the ability to personalize anything you set your eyes on.
- Social media integration – share your Tumblr blog posts on social media platforms.
Pros of Tumblr:-
If you want to produce fun and interesting content without being weighed down by website construction, Tumblr is a vibrant place to express your creativity—and one of the most widely used free blogging sites in the world.
Like Medium, you don’t have to pay to post on Tumblr. You’re free to do what you want on the platform without extra fees—it’s a truly 100% free blogging site.
Tumblr offers a variety of ways to monetize your blog including ads and affiliate links.
Cons of Tumblr:-
- While Tumblr allows you to be very creative with the multimedia content that you share, especially amongst free blogging sites, the outlet itself is very standard. You don’t have the flexibility to extend your features or add custom themes.
- Tumblr, when people reblog your content, they also have the right to modify it. This may not be the worst thing, but if you want your original content to remain untouched, Tumblr probably isn’t your best choice.
- When you use Tumblr you have no control over changes made to the platform, which is one of the biggest drawbacks of using this as a free blog site. And while you own the “subscriber content” you create, Tumblr also has certain rights to it.
Tumblr is ideal for bloggers who have a heightened focus on visual content. It is a global platform that is visited by millions of people every day who repost their favorite blog posts and initiate conversations. It’s often used as a social media website because you can integrate a variety of media files such as photos, videos, and audio files You can also embellish your blog with GIFS, stickers, and some text. Users have the option of designing their Tumblr blog with customizable themes, fonts, layouts, and many other design options.
Joomla is similar to WordPress.org but not as obvious when considering the free blog sites available out there. Just like WordPress, the software is free but needs hosting and a domain. As in the WordPress case, we recommend Bluehost because it is both very cheap and reliable (and it includes a free domain). Joomla has a flexible interface that can be used not only for blogs but also for more complex websites (you can choose from a variety of templates and extensions to add custom functionality). When it comes to ease of use, the platform provides an old-school editor, that somehow looks like Microsoft Word. It allows you to choose the font, color, size, emoticons, tables, or background. I mean, the tools in the menu make you feel like you’re in a Word window.
- Components:- Components are like mini-applications. Most have two parts to them, and the administrative side and a site side.
- Modules:- This extension is used for page rendering. A footer or a login would be examples of modules.
- Plugins:- Plugins in Joomla refer to a function that triggers an event. This could be something like adding a form to your site, adding shortcuts, or adding an extra authentication method.
- Templates:- A template is the way the website looks. It changes the way the component and the modules will be viewed.
- Languages:- Extra languages are already built into the core Joomla package, but more can be added with an extension.
Pros of Joomla:-
- Joomla is a great choice for people searching for a way to translate their website into many different languages.
- Joomla allows you to do many things with your website and blog. You’re not locked into a particular theme or minimal set of features. This level of flexibility gives you the ability to grow your blog.
- Joomla has eCommerce extensions like Eshop and J2Store that you can use to set up shopping carts and add products.
Cons of Joomla :-
- Joomla would probably not be the best choice for you. Someone who has some running knowledge of coding would do better with this free blogging site.
- The Joomla CMS is free to use, but you will still have to pay for your domain name and hosting.
- the onus is on you to make sure that your site is secure and properly maintained. If you’re looking for a very easy way to maintain your site, you may prefer something like Wix or Weebly who do the background work for you—even on some of their most basic free blog site plans.
The Joomla editor is tabbed. The first tab is the classic texting window per se, then you need to switch tabs to select the post categories, tags, date, meta description, keywords, etc. Joomla requires a bit more technical knowledge than WordPress and most of our other top free blog sites here today, so it wouldn’t be ideal for someone looking for a very easy (non-technical) platform.
Jimdo is more than just an example of free blogging sites. However, in its free version, blogs are the most recommended, given Jimdo’s basic features. So you can quickly create a website with Jimdo by going through a few items (you take a basic questionnaire about your site’s purpose). After you check these options, your site is automatically created based on your picks. The downside of Jimdo is that you can’t have a custom domain (at least not for free) and you can’t remove the ads unless you upgrade. An important aspect of Jimdo, though, is that it is a page builder: you create blog posts right via the front-end and not via an editor (like the other blogs do).
This means that you need to go to every content box on a live page and edit it on the spot, without being redirected to another page. The footer and the logo can be edited the same way. When it comes to the content elements, you have a few options: simple text, text with image, photo gallery, columns, buttons, etc.
Pros of Jimdo :-
- Cheap to make your website advertisement-free
- Unlimited storage space on a Business plan or higher
- Help and support is concise and to the point
Cons of Jimdo:-
- Poorly designed templates with limited choice
- No restore options
- Editing and arranging elements on your website can feel clunky
Jimdo is a great platform to build a blog on. It allows you to track readers using analytics, split posts into categories, and set up an RSS feed. Your site’s users can also comment on posts and social bookmark them. You can’t archive, though, so if that’s important to you, you may want to check out something like Weebly. Jimdo only provides customer support through its knowledge base and an email/ticket system. For the Creator, there are no guarantees about response times or availability. For Dolphin, response times are supposed to be 1-2 business days for most plans, but under an hour for Unlimited.
Using Jimdo is sort of like leasing and customizing an apartment in a really classy development instead of buying and owning your own house. You’re still in control of decor, cleaning, and everything living-wise – but you leave the construction, plumbing, security, and infrastructure to the property owner. That point is key because there’s usually a direct tradeoff between convenience and control.
Jimdo certainly makes getting a website up and running easy, especially if you need something that’s done-for-you and requires little customization (just choose their AI website builder). They have a straightforward user-experience and an easy-to-use editor/customizer that makes getting your content out there a breeze. Jimdo is simple and helpful. With the addition of new features, the Jimdos interface is not becoming more complicated, which is one of the great advantages of the Jimdo website maker.
Yola is a free blogging site that’s fairly easy to use, with a drag-and-drop feature. It’s WYSIWYG, straightforward and it doesn’t take long to learn & use. Yola is an online website builder that mainly targets small business users who want a code-free, drag-and-drop way to create professional-looking commercial websites. The name comes from the Hindi word for hatch—as in “hatch a plan.” Yola does provide an easy way to hatch your site, but it’s also loaded with tools for those who want to dig into the DIY website creation process.
The company has modernized its site-building interface since my last review of the service, but it’s still not nearly as slick as some of the competition, especially when it comes to mobile sites and blog publishing. Yola’s free sites are very limited, too; our Editors’ Choice, Wix, offers a better deal and more customizability for people looking to build cost-free sites.
Pros of Yola:-
- Yola has a low learning curve and it doesn’t take a lot of time to start putting together a website.
- You can start using Yola right away without paying for anything but will have to upgrade to remove Yola branding, add multiple pages to your site or sell products online.
- Yola does offer quite a few customization choices for a free blogging site and you can add coding for additional features. They do explain that your coding may conflict with their Site builder at times, so that’s something to be aware of.
Cons of Yola:-
- With the free plan, you will have a prominent Yola ad on the footer of your page.
- Possibly the biggest problem with Yola is you cannot run a blog straight from the editor. You would instead have to create a blog on Tumblr and integrate it into your Yola site.
- Yola does have quite a few attractive eCommerce features, especially for a free blog site, but you’ll have to upgrade to use them. You can’t add a store with the free package.
Yola is an ideal tool to create web pages and very good for people who are not specialized in the creation of pages. It is very easy to use and the editions quite logical. The price is quite accidental. With Yola you can create your website and you can customize it as you see fit if you want your company or business to be more viewed this would be an ideal tool. You can create your page in a very short time and the best thing is its edition that you can update all your information as your business progresses.
We know that technology is progressing every day and you have to be updated every day and this application can help you with that. every day we see the progress together with other companies. The content editing tools and templates are of high quality. When I saw some of the templates that other Yola customers have published, I was very impressed by the clean and professional look they had. It looked as if they spent thousands of dollars for a designer to get those made. The actual price for using Yola is much less than that, which is always a good thing for any business.
Penzu is a journal platform that makes your posts private by default and locks them down with at least one password (even after you’re logged in, you need a second one to read or edit your posts). That’s because it’s designed for private thoughts and personal reflection. There are free apps for iOS and Android that enables you to update your Penzu diary anywhere, but the contents are for your eyes only. Penzu isn’t a tool for self-promotion, so although it’s far from ugly, it understandably focuses on function rather than looks. Custom colors and backgrounds come at a price-currently $20 per year.
Features in the free plan:
- unlimited disk space,
- inserting images from your computer and Flickr,
- sharing via email and public link,
- commenting on shared entries,
- basic lock (password protection),
- looking glass,
- time zone change,
- email reminders.
Penzu is a private, 100% customizable online journal that is used by millions of people across the world. In this Penzu Review we’re going to take you through the various features and functionality of the product to provide you with an overall idea of the strengths and weakness of the offering.
TypePad is a blogging service that was launched in 2003. It has a simple and easy-to-use interface and offers exceptional customer support. TypePad offers various design tools that breathe life into your blogs so that you can captivate your readers visually. It’s your choice to monetize your blog with ads and services or not. Additionally, you don’t need to worry about any technicalities with this blogging platform as it is fully hosted.
- Flexible publishing – write and publish from any device.
- Google Analytics integration – analyze your audience engagement.
- Theme builder – build your site’s theme from scratch.
- Stunning templates – select beautiful themes and make them even better with design tools.
- Built-in tools – get your blog noticed through social media and search engine rankings
Typepad is a reliable and configurable blog hosting service used by influencers and large organizations. The platform puts users in complete control of their site designs, web pages, and individual posts. With Typepad, both personal and business users can monetize their content. The platform offers several ways to do this, allowing blog owners to choose which method is most suitable for them and their content. Additionally, Typepad lets bloggers understand how well their posts are performing. Integration with Google Analytics enables this and allows writers to come up with new content that is most likely to attract their reader base. Typepad makes it easy for bloggers to compose new posts or add new pages to their site straight from their dashboards. While dashboards usually offer quick overviews of recent activities, it can also be utilized to draft and publish text, image, and video posts swiftly. This lets authors get their thoughts and media to their readers as soon as they think of them.
Q.1 How to create a blog?
- Pick a descriptive name for your blog. Use Domain Wheel to find the perfect domain name for your blog.
- Buy a domain and get hosting for your blog. We recommend buying hosting from Bluehost (from $2.95/month) and getting your domain name free of charge.
- Install WordPress. You can install WordPress via the Bluehost interface with a few quick clicks.
- Find the perfect WordPress theme or template. Personalize the design of your blog to match your taste.
- Get some must-have WordPress plugins and add-ons. Give your blog more features like social sharing and image optimization.
- Launch your blog and start sharing your voice with the world. Start writing, sharing, and engaging with your followers on your favorite subject.
Q.2 Which Free Blogging Site is Best For You?
If you’re looking for an extremely simple way to start a blog and aren’t concerned about making a profit with your site, something like Wix as a free blogging site might be your speed, at least from a starting point. If you want something fun and a little unusual with a built-in community, you may want to choose Tumblr. For the top one-size-fits-all answer to which of these blogging sites are best though… I would only recommend self-hosted WordPress as the way for you to start your blog today—especially if you eventually want to touch the lives of lots of readers or build a business around your blog. WordPress gives you the greatest potential to grow as a free blogging site (without forcing you to migrate your site soon after you get started). On WordPress.org you can start a simple hobby blog or build a profitable business. And for those who want something easy to start, you don’t need any tech experience at all.
A self-hosted blog on WordPress has by far the greatest potential for bloggers who want to build a real business—and you can keep your blogging costs down to around $5.00/mo with the right cheap hosting plan, too. Once you’ve done your research and are ready to build a profitable blog—head over to my ultimate guide to starting a blog.
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