I have found that articlesbase is not a bad place to both post articles and do some blogging on. this is just my opionion, as there are a lot of good ones out there. I find myself writing here for hubpages, that I rarely get a chance to write or blog for other sites. Guess I'm what they call a creature of habit. Hope my answer to blog quesition has helped you out somewhat.
Thanks for the reply!
I will go check the website you recommended!
For blogging, wordpress and blogspot are probably the biggest ones. I prefer blogspot over wordpress, because it is more user friendly, but there are others who like wordpress because it has more professional options.
If you are just doing an individual article on a niche topic and you will not be doing lots of articles on the same topic then writing it here on hubpages is great. I like to use wordpress and google blogger for writing a blog about a specific topic. Wordpress can be installed very easily with hosting providers like godaddy and dreamhost to your own domain and google Blogger is simple to set up without a domain on your google account. There are lots of options and it really just depends on how much independence and functionality you need.
I'm starting to write a lot of articles on good old blogger, Google's blog site.
Hey, it's one less middle man between you and Adsense.
I'll be damned before I ever pay someone like Wordpress for me to be able to blog and run adverts on the thing - do I look stupid?
for the blogging wordpress the best platform for the bloggers. its easy and lots of theme and application on it.
Wordpress and Blogspot.
Wordpress is really a good platform in creating not only blog sites but independently published website. If you have your own domain, you can prettily do and write about anything. If you have any violations to Adsense, it will just be disabled. As for the Blogspot, its friendly to newbies. Google loves it too, well, because they own it! But the thing is, sometimes Blogspot sites are hard to get indexed. And when you Google saw something that they dontlike, they could easily disable your whole Blogspot account!
I would say Squidoo is the best. They teach you how to become an awesome blogger if you do their quests
If you are new and fresh, start with Blogger and learn those HTML and codings. Once you are ready, start up your own website
Therefore, my vote goes to:
4. Self hosted website
Wordpress by far is the best when it comes to professional appearance & advanced tooling for web developers as an option if users choose their formatting tools they offer.
I kind of fell into blogging. I have my own website and use Blogware, but I'm afraid I wouldn't recommend it. However the bit I like is the fact I have my own website address which I'm hoping to do more with in the future.
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