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The Epic Guide to Start a (lovely) Blog on the Cheap // 01: Choose a Blogging Platform

The Epic Guide to Start a (lovely) Blog on the Cheap! Part 1: Which Blogging Platform is Right for Me? See the entire guide at DesignYourOwnBlog.com

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best blogging platforms breakdown

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Blogging 101: Why I Chose a Self-Hosted Wordpress Blog (Over Squarespace and Blogger

The blogging world comes with many decisions that need to be made, most importantly which blogging platform you should use. See the comparison of self-hosted WordPress blogs, Blogger blogs, and Squarespace blogs all in one spot

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How to Blog – My Ultimate Guide to Blogging for Beginners Blog Tips for Beginners

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from The SITS Girls

Why I Love Blogging With Squarespace

Blogging Tips | How To Blog | Most people talk about WordPress or Blogger when they are going to start a blog. I like a third option much better - Squarespace. Read why and see if it might be the right blogging platform for you, too by @faithfulsocial for @sitsgirls

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Having spent several hours reviewing blogs in several markets, I've come to a conclusion: We all need to work on our About pages. In this article I'll tell you what to include and how to make it interesting.

from The Collective Mill

How to Choose the Best Platform for Your Blog

How to Choose the Best Platform for Your Blog: To make it easy for you, we came up with a short list of the best blogging platforms, their descriptions, and the pros and cons of each. If you are a blogger, freelancer or small business owner, this is the article for you. Click the link for the full scoop. TheCollectiveMill.com

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Deciding to start a blog comes with a lot of decisions to make. One such decision: What’s the best blogging platform should I use? While there are numerous blogging platforms available, below we take a look at some of the… Continue reading →

blogging platform...good overview of the pros and cons of different blogging platforms. Makes me want to hurry up and make the switch to self-hosing on WordPress.org