Saturday, December 7, 2013

Find Out How and Where To Start Blogging?

You wanted to start  blogging, but don't know how or where to start? Well, I had that dilemma a month ago. Thanks to my friend who gave me  link to a site where I am blogging now. Anyway, to help you too how to start. I searched the internet to bring you some of the best blogging platforms and probably you and I haven't heard about. Most of them are free to sign up.

Here are some of the top blogging websites(not in order) 

  • Blogger
  • WordPress
  • Weebly
  • Wix
  • Tumblr
  • Digital Trends
  • Facebook Notes
  • SETT
  • Microblr
  • Thoughts.com
  • Zoho
  • Ruwix
  • Squarespace(suggested by Ashley R.)

The platform where I published my work is Blogger. I haven't tried other sites yet. So I can't give any comments on how they work.  I read  that blogger is easy to get around on how  it works and easy to design your blog site for a newbie like me. Also, I found a lot of helpful links that give step-by-step instructions  with videos and one of it is Recognized Expert.com. You can also use Youtube, just type in your question/s and it will show you  related videos that answers it. Play, practice and do your research, that's the best way to be good at it. 



I am sure that there are more blogging websites out there that I didn't include. Feel free to leave a comment



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9 comments:

  1. This is really good for starters they can definitely start to create it from here.

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  2. I started blogging at Blogger and then moved to Wordpress.com.

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  3. I only knew about Bogger and Wordpress. This will be helpful to those who want to start their own blog.

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  4. I had no idea some of those existed and I have been blogging for a while now. I want to go check them out and see what they are.

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  5. There are so many platforms and more popping up everyday, it's so hard to figure out which are the good ones. I think they all have their pros and cons and really depends on your own skills.

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  6. I used to do Facebook notes before hehehe.

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  7. Another good one to add to the list is Squarespace. It's very user friendly. Also, if you want to learn more about finding your voice and creating a content calendar, this is an excellent Skillshare course to check out: http://bit.ly/1b5YfJq

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    1. Thanks for sharing that sis, I have not heard of that site before. I will add that to the list

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