Best Free Blogging Platforms

Got ya! There are ten free blogging platforms, or were. Square Space is now charging money for that service. The truth is, there is only one free blogging platform, that has all of the tools, service, and people willing to read your blog.

Figured out which one that might be? Tumblr is free. There is quite a community there. Lots of people share their posts, and there are a lot of blogs to check out there, but….

I don’t really care for the format, layout, themes, and I have yet to experience what kind of service they have to offer. I started a blog there to see if there was any more traffic on that platform. The sad truth is, you have to go to all of the other blogs to get people to check you out.

Gee, that’s no different than here at WordPress. Blogger has a system very similar to here. In the old days you could get plugins to help with various functions. SEO, Scheduled posts and the likes. I don’t know how they are working it now. All of my information I need to get into my blogger acct. is buried in another computer, a thousand miles from here.

I had a list of the top ten free blogging platforms, until half an hour ago but I had a problem, and it all went away! I had to go find it again, and the list is actually 15 best free blogging sites. I looked at them, and I am not impressed. The best platform out there is right here at WordPress!

Surprised? OM ( A OPINIONATED MAN ) went to Tumblr, and I’m hoping he will reveal what he thinks of the tumblr system. I didn’t like it, so I asked our super star blogger that question: It isn’t bad, but it isn’t really “interactive.” There also isn’t much “reach” because you have an immediate cap on who you can and can’t follow. WordPress, for as much as I gripe, is still the best….

Here are those blogging platforms, and their not all free. Quora is a pain in the ass, just to see what they have to offer. I wasn’t impressed with any of them, except WordPress, and Blogger. You don’t have to take my word for it though, so I placed the links here for you to follow. Good luck with your searches.
Facebook Notes
Squarespace FREE


Typepad NOT FREE
LinkedIn Influencers


Making Money On The Internet

Almost anywhere a person goes on the internet, we are besieged with ads inviting us to make money on the internet. There must be 10,000 systems a person can use, some as easy as 1 click and go to the bank. Of course there’s no such thing as free money, but wishful thinking, and lack of common sense prompt many people to check these different systems out.
When I first started playing on the web, I found myself sucked right into this trap. We all want as much as we can have for as little as we can get away with giving. I fell victim to all the hype, and I know I am not the only one that clicks on ” FREE ” offers. Everyone wants free stuff, and offers of promises to make money easily without having to do anything for it is just too tempting to forgo.

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The above screen shot is an ad describing 30 ways to make money on the internet. They might work for you, or you may decide it’s too much work for what you’ll actually make. Surveys, clicking ads, visiting websites all require more than 1 click and you’re rich. Many sites expect you to try products at a cost, including shipping and handling, and many times those products are not cheap.
The easiest way to make money online is to have a website, and a real product that people want. People want so many things it should be easy to sell products, services, ad space and anything else you can think of. We all have to remember there are no FREE rides. To be wealthy will require work and persistence. And of course, hard work and persistence won’t guarantee you’ll make money on the web.