WordPress.org or WordPress.com
As most bloggers, including me, will tell you hosting your blog as a SUBDOMAIN of WordPress on wordpress.com or Blogger on blogspot.com or any other blog hosting platform is a mistake. While you save a few bucks, you lose in control, forms of MONETIZATION, design, and many other key aspects that could make your blog a standout. As a blogger, you need a BRAND and that is very limited on a free platform. So, I will join the chorus and say the ONLY choice here is a SELF-HOSTED
Hi there! Today I’m writing on how you stay motivated as a new blogger. Now that you’ve begun your blog it’s easy to get burnt out, so let’s look at what can help.
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I hope you are having a great day. It’s another beautiful one in Dhaka! No rain! The rainy season here can be a drag, but we love the sun.
Intro to Blogging
We all come to blog as part of a journey. An outlet, an aspiration for financial freedom, a place to document a personal journey – recovery from an addiction, a pregnancy, or loss of a family member to a long illness (cancer or AIDS, for example).
For me, many of my previous blogs were personal and a place to rant on many topics. Even this blog was a personal one at first. I have only recently decided to remodel it and keep it as a business blog.
Hi, I’m Lori. I’ve been blogging for more than 20 years. In this beginner’s guide, I’ll show and explain how to start a blog, the costs involved (there’s a solution for every budget) and the best site to use as resources. No technical experience required. It’s easy, fun, frugal and faster than you think!
I created my first blog in 1998 on a small subdomain host that probably, by today’s standards, looked horrible. It worked more like a word processor than a website and really had no design to it at