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Which blogging platform to use for providing services ?

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by frenzy_services, May 28, 2013.

  1. frenzy_services

    frenzy_services Newbie

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    I am now tired of third party sites and thinking of providing my skills of my own like presentation designing and other stuffs. For that i would need a site, but right now i am not in position of investing a single penny, so i am going for a blog rather than website. So i am confused, should i go for wordpress (free ones) or blogger ?
     
  2. deMiracles

    deMiracles Registered Member

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    for bloging ( free platform ) i would recommend you to use Blogger insted of wrodpress , as if blogger is google product they will give a littile bit more prority get ranked on google is high rather than any other free platform.
     
  3. geethagowda

    geethagowda Newbie

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    Wordpress is very important and useful in the blogger which is very popular.
     
  4. hootsparta

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    Wordpress is most of them use for blogs and its very easy to use..
     
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    asiavirtualsolution Junior Member

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    I suggest go with wordpress.
    WordPress is a great platform for anything from eCommerce, CRM and just about anything you can think of. Plugins and extensions and not too mention themes are in abundance.
    Once you have your site set up and ready then you start syndicating it out to web 2.0 sites including the blogger platform you mentioned.

    I would suggest getting a self hosted WordPress site, all it will cost is some cheap shared hosting for less than $5 a month.

    If you cant afford hosting then maybe we can talk barter hosting in exchange for design work or whatever.

    Good luck
     
  6. rotwic

    rotwic Registered Member

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    If you're offering services then nothing can be better than Wordpress because there is a whole range of themes out there that you can use for your business.