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Blogging On Free Hosts Not Just A Good Idea

by throat80mind 0 Reviews

Category: Humor - Rating: G - Genres:  - Characters:  - Published: 2013/11/16 - Updated: 2013/11/16 - 670 words

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This report is approximately blogging and why you ought to never blog on a number like blogger.com or wordpress.com I am writing this to alert people around who're building sites on free blog hosts like blogger.com and wordpress.com

Adding wordpress is free and provides you with full get a handle on over your site. You will find other programs like typ-e to choose from as well. Take a look around and get the software you want or that best suits your blogging type. I have learned an expensive training and now will simply develop sites by myself domains.

The reason?

Lets focus on blogger.com

They've a new out of control spam bot. Search the writer help boards and you will find the horror stories. Legitimate blogs are being erased, people are getting locked out of their blog until reviewed, and thought to become a spammer since both the robot flagged the blog or someone visited the small flag key towards the top of blogger blogs.

That and the very fact that they've frequent difficulties with the writing getting stuck at 0%, slow weight times, etc. it makes blogging through blogger.com a cart knowledge at most useful and your articles or reason behind blogging is as much as some body else's interpretation of what is or isn't legitimate.

I realize removing splogs and spammers, however in case the cure is worse than the illness. These were not always that way. I have been on blogger quite a while and the service was once good.

As far as wordpress.com, they are equally as bad. If the weblog links to a website and seems as if it might be selling individuals to head to that website they will lock you out of all the content and suspend your account without warning.

I'm not sure what they think sites are for, but they seem to think they've a purpose in life and that they alone determine what is a "genuine blog" or not.

A "genuine blog" is one that's controlled by the patient who writes to it, maybe not one that must stick to someone else's concept of what their blog should look like and what it should say.

In the event that you blog on freehosts just be aware your articles and your blog is in the hands of others who'll opt for the world whether or not your blog should be seen by others.

I would suggest all people install their own blogs and get their own domain names. You most likely have discovered that applying a for your companys website is bad for business so why put your companys blog on a freehost?

The same goes for individuals. Sites enable you to express yourself the way in which you desire to express yourself. That is the beauty of blogging. Are you ready to compromise your individuality to conform to what blogger.com or wordpress.com thinks is really a way to express yourself?

Often times the individual deciding your fate is someone who never had any power over other folks and who believe that now they've Godlike powers to choose the fate of content written by others. These are individuals who likely make no material of value themselves and think they understand what is better for the remaining portion of the world.

Get your own personal domain name and put in a platform that fits your needs. Its the top advice you will ever get about blogging. If it's in your own domain name you merely own the blog. Every thing else is just providing content for some one else.
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