Any one using an alternative to blogger

by skillfull Banned
15 replies
Just like some ideas on how to use a different place to blogger?
#alternative #blogger
  • Profile picture of the author JRJWrites
    Don't use it.

    1. You don't own it.
    2. You'll never get any real traffic to it unless you're a pro and an SMM expert.
    3. It looks unprofessional.

    Get your own domain and self-host, for land's sake!
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  • Profile picture of the author Weblover50
    As already adviced, self hosted wordpress blog is your best bet if you are in this for long term. If you don't want to buy hosting, even free Wordpress account with your own domain name is good enough. If / when you want to move to self hosted, you can do it without affecting your backlinks, if you go with your own domain name. Don't use the free wordpress.com subdomains.
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  • Profile picture of the author MarketerExpert
    WordPress, a simple yet powerful thing to love
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  • Profile picture of the author samkadya
    Originally Posted by skillfull View Post

    Just like some ideas on how to use a different place to blogger?
    Can you please elaborate? Are you looking at an alternative to blogger or how to use other platforms?
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  • Profile picture of the author jobbermicro
    Blogger dont work i have 2 blogs nr1 on googel BUT no traffic thats a fact!
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  • Profile picture of the author jobbermicro
    I also have free hosting wordpress sites no results the real deal is pay for real hosting i think you get nothing if you don't pay.
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  • Profile picture of the author charto911
    blogger isnt the most friendly but there is typepad blog.com hubpages for a niche specific, squidoo, and of course wordpress
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  • Profile picture of the author Luke Corden
    Wordpress.org (not wordpress.com) is the way to go IMO.

    You own it, it's customizable, easy and there is very little you can't do. A great platform to start off with at any rate.
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    • Profile picture of the author fred67
      Get yourself a Hostgator 'Baby Plan' account - put a cheap but relevant domain on it - use Fantastico in Cpanel to upload a Wordpress blog within seconds.

      The beauty of this is - you can have as many sub-domains using that one single domain as you like - all costing you Zilch!

      And of course, you can also host as 'many' domains as you like for a measly $6.36 per month - What's not to like??
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  • Profile picture of the author Samuel Adams
    Self hosting your own Wordpress blog is one option if you have the money to do it. But if you are not interested or able to invest money go for a site like Tumblr as an alternative to Blogger. There are many other reputable free blog sites with good Google reputation that will rank well assuming you post regularly.
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  • Profile picture of the author Matthew Trujillo
    As others have mentioned Wordpress is a must if you are looking to become a serious blogger!

    It takes time to figure out, but at the end of the day, this is where it's at as far as blogging goes.

    And really, it's not that difficult once you learn how to use it!

    Best of luck with your blogging!
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  • Profile picture of the author Slin
    Wordpress is good, so is tumblr.

    Getting your own site like others mentioned before really is the key though.

    But you can always just use blogger, with enough content, as someone else here mentioned, you can start to get pretty good traffic.
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  • Profile picture of the author jessiem
    Wordpress++
    Tumblr++
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