So is there something to say to the world? OK, just for yourself? No matter who your audience has, there are many options to choose from during the writing. Without losing a lot of time, let's start by learning the best blog platforms you can choose from with your first blog and see why it's good and not good.
1] WordPress.com or WordPress .org – One of the most popular free and open source content management systems (CMS) for both personal and professional bloggers. While the former is for beginners who want to build a simple platform for their ideas and ideas, the latter is more suitable for professional bloggers who want to have full control of their blogs.
Good and Bad On WordPress.com/ WordPress.org:
(van) There are a number of SEO plug-ins and third-party plug-ins that help you manage your search engine results.
(+ ve) Creating your own blog is easy and easy with a large number of designs and extensions.
(- ve) The variety of unique designs and themes offered by WordPress can cause confusion and you may need an internet marketing agency that will spend a lot of time managing your site.
2] Blogger – the easiest forum for bloggers. Google owns many built-in Google features like AdWords, AdSense, and Analytics. This is one of the oldest user-friendly interface launched by bloggers in 1999 that allows users to connect to Google AdSense and Analytics accounts for continuous tracking.
Blogger's Good and Bad Pages:
( + ve) Blogger allows you to use your own domain for free.
(+ ve) Simple and user-friendly interface.
(s) Blogger can not be installed on the web server with a number of other restrictions, such as limiting the credit quotation, number of blogs per account, number of labels, number of pictures, and so on.
3] Medium – Over the last few years more than a million people have joined the Medium and have gained popularity among bloggers and professionals. Considering the same design of websites, it's a very easy platform for community of writers and bloggers to publish online stories.
The Good and Bad Side in the Media:
(+ ve) This is a hybrid collection of professional and amateur publications, blogs, and writings.
(+ ve) The easy-to-use interface separates entries by topic rather than writer.
(s) Everyone's profile looks the same as customized themes.
4] Tumblr – The blogging cum community platform for multimedia and other content publishing short form blogs.
The good and bad side of Tumblr:
(+ ve) is perfect for single topic bloggers and for people who prefer pictures, quotes, videos, and more.
(+ ve) Super easy to use interface that is part of hosting and domain.
(s) This is strictly not recommended for long writers' writings and it is very difficult to find people. The focus is more on topics than to get followers.
5] Squarespace – a SaaS-based system for bloggers and businesses to create blogs and websites. However, it does not allow anyone to run their own Squarespace sites. This is a central platform that will do our best, ranging from blogs to business sites and e-commerce stores.
The Good and Bad Side of Squarespace:
(+ ve) A great platform for business owners, bloggers, and others who are an extremely customizable site.
(+ ve) 24 * 7 customer service and is a great platform for bloggers who are doing business.
(s) It may be expensive and complicated to have a theme and support.
Source by Nikita Shetty