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How can i start blogging? Is there anyone who can help me. I am new in blogging and I want your help. techiwar this is my website, how can I get more visitors?

RE: How to start?

I've heard Wordpress is pretty good. You can self host it or have someone else host it. It's open source so your cost of entry is pretty low.

If you don't mind being in front of a camera, I know some people that VLOG (Video Blog).

I used to have a blog on LiveJournal a long time ago. It was/is a pretty good site.

RE: How to start?

I've used both Blogspot and Wordpress. Of those two, Blogspot is very much easier for getting started. Wordpress has more features but is also more complicated, at least for beginners.

With Blogspot, you don't have to host it yourself. The hosting is free and does not have adverts inserted (except those that you choose to put in yourself).

Whichever one you use, it is a good idea to register your own domain name. It looks more professional than having Blogspot or Wordpress in your URL.

Mike

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