Does wordpress blog allow advertising(like google ads or some other)?
I don't know much, not sure about wordpress. But you can try blogetery.com which is a FREE revenue sharing wordpress powered blog host. Also, there you can use customised google ads
most people use blogger.com for free blogs which can be easily monetised by Adsense and other programs: Google owns blogger !
Are you talking about wordpress.com or using your own wordpress blog?
What is the difference between both of them?
I wanted to start a blog in wordpress.com but it doesn't allow advertising(like google ads in them)
Wordpress.com is a site where you can have your blog, like you have here on hubpages. However, the software that runs that blog is available for you to install on your own site and run your own, completely independent and unrestricted, blog, where you are free to do whatever you wish, including adsense or any other ads
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