Often those uses blogspot those don't know how to create own website or those who just want to just write a little about somthing.or sometimes by people don't want to invest in website and want to earn through google adsence.
I think blogspot is great platform for sharing your knowlege to world also you can have some revenue through goole or any other way.
I've only recently started to use blogspot to write about blogging. It seems that it's tougher to get your information out to the world, but you have a greater potential to make money because you are splitting revenue with Google directly (no middleman taking a cut). You can find my blog by looking up The Blogging Blogs Blog.
Blogspot will accept content that Hubpages objects too, so it's good to have a blogspot account for that reason; I don't throw my HP rejects away, I move them to blogspot.
Info Barrel is another good site to write on, but I truly like Hubpages better, IB does, however give you a 75/25 split on Adsense revenue, so it's worth looking into.
Info Barrel though, is more restrictive than Hubpages is.
Many people with a simple Google account can use blogspot. Its a blogging platform owned by Google.
Its a web 2.0 application which enables internet users to have personalized blog. They can post and pretty much do everything that a free blog hosting website needs.
I use it but it is harder to get comments and followers so maybe not too many people know of it or just don't like it.
It's okay. I still have sites up that are years old. However I've also had Google (Who owns Blogspot/Blogger) just randomly delete some of my old blog/sites with no explanation at all.
I believe Blogger is becoming less relevant with the emergence of Social Networking - Specifically Facebook and the strong growth with self hosted WordPress sites and WordPress.com.
WordPress is more powerful and configurable... and pretty easy to pick up on.
Well, Many professional bloggers started their first blog on Blogger only and it's the best platform for Newbies
Here you go- http://hubpages.com/hub/Why-Blogger-Is- … he-Newbies
I have been using blogspot for months. It's a great platform to publish your content if you do not wish to buy a domain. The content is easily noticed by search engines if it is original and optimized well. But it's hard to get comments and feedback on your posts unless you socialize it.
I us eit for quite long! Good for those who don't know a lot about a customized CMS like WP or Joomla.
I'm using blogspot and I think that it is very nice blog engine.
It is good condition, easy in operate. I will present you example of blog made on blogspot.
This is my blog. I know that it is in Polish language, but I'm sending you this link to look how it present ;-)
It is true that whatever Hubpages objects blogspot take it and it make things work out for some people.
by Eric Dockett 2 years ago
Despite all that's gone on, I still consider HubPages my online home and the place where I'd prefer my content live. In fact, I've been extremely impressed and excited about the niche sites, and my traffic for Hubs moved over has looked really, really good. However, I still have concerns, namely...
by Annette Donaldson 7 years ago
I have been a member of hub pages for 11 months now and am starting to find my way around with the help of many hub pages friends. Does anyone know of a very simple way to create your own website or blog page. I say "Very Simple" because I am not great with all the modern technology,and...
by Kathleen Odenthal 3 years ago
Im a blogger and I am assuming many others here are bloggers. I was wondering what you blog about, where you blog, and was thinking that maybe we can do something like post our blogs so we can follow each other or something.... I blog on Blogger and my focus is the arts, all mediums ranging from...
by Has_aWayWithWords 8 years ago
I set up a blog on blogger, the only adsense ads that show up are crap about blogs...I am not trying to get people to build a blog or learn to blog or visit blogs about obama....dammit I just want to get people interested in green products and home improvement products..lol
by Aya Katz 9 years ago
... when most of your content is on Hubpages?I noticed that recently a few of the Hubpages regulars have gotten together on Blogger for a joint project. What are the advantages of using Blogger as an ancillary site, when you have most of your content on Hubpages?
by brenda12lynette 6 years ago
What site do you use for your personal blog?
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