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How To Start A Profitable Blog or Website As Quick As Possible


How Do I Start a Blog as Quickly as Possible?

Having / Owing a blog is everyone passion and choice, but whole and behold there are somethings that need to be in place in order to manage your blog effectively. In this post, I will shed light on how quickly you can start managing a blog.

Steps to Start a Blog as Quickly as Possible
Although creating a blog might sound like a complicated task, it’s truly only as complex as you make it. The first steps in creating a blog are:
1. State your blogging mission.
2. Pick a CMS.
3. Find a web host.
4. Decide on a domain.
5. Choose a blog theme or template.
After that, you’re ready to begin writing superb content.

Step 1: Define Your Blogging Mission
Before you start a website management, think about your blog’s focus. While some bloggers have comprehensive coverage of several topics.

A few years back, I ran some blog dedicated to musics, sports, jokes and comedy and the likes. And here I am today. Above all, what blogging need is concentration and endurance, If you have that in you, I bet it that you won’t have problem having a blog.

Just as important as a concentration, define your goals. Is this a creative outlet? Are you building a portfolio to launch a writing career? Do you have aspirations of monetizing and making money blogging? Define your blog’s focus and your motivation for starting a blog before you begin creating your website.

Step 2: Select a CMS
There are loads of quality content management systems available. Since we’re focusing on free methods to begin blogging, our options differ a bit from paid options. Although you won’t find any shortage of free blogging services, be aware that most free platforms come with limitations. These may be offset with upgrades though, so when or if you find a need for premium features, there’s a clear upgrade path.

In addition to free CMS platforms, you’ll find paid platforms. Almost every free offering includes paid tiers. But some blogging services only provide paid plans.


WordPress.org is free to use, but you’ll need web hosting and a domain. This typically runs anywhere from $3 to $10 a month. Alternatively, you may host your blog yourself which requires server or cloud space. Setting up a
self-hosted WordPress blog for free is possible though.

Originally, I began blogging with a free WordPress.com site. After a few years of running that blog, I sought to create a more professional website (not a blog) and launched a self-hosted WordPress.org site. Its enormous library of themes and plugins that makes WordPress.com a fantastic choice for blogging. Since there are tons of resources and tutorials, it’s simple to get started.

With WordPress, changing themes is unchallenging . Additionally, if you reach a point where you’d like to create a self-hosted site rather than a free blog, it’s incredibly easy to transform a free WordPress.com blog into a more professional site.

Best for: Beginners to professionals

– Free (both WordPress.org and WordPress.com).
– Tons of support.
– Lots of themes and plugins.

– WordPress.org requires hosting
Free WordPress.com sites not compatible with plugins or premium themes (paid upgrades available).

Blogger (Google Blogspot) 

For the majority of users seeking a free blog, Blogger is a solid choice. Like WordPress, you’ll find third-party templates. Although, many of these third-party offerings are pretty poor quality, whereas WordPress premium themes and even some free themes, offer lovely design elements.

Because Google owns Blogger, they could simply nix the service anytime, forcing you to find a new blogging platform. It’s admittedly a basic CMS, which is a benefit for some users but will leave more tech-savvy users wanting.

Thankfully, switching between WordPress and Blogger isn’t difficult. Although Blogger and WordPress differ, they carry some similarities as well.

Best for: [/b] Beginners

[b] Pros:
– Free
– Intuitive
– Google-owned.

– Bad quality free themes
– Very basic


Although many CMS options are hosted, social media sites can be great for blogging. Tumblr is a solid choice, though it’s better suited to microblogging than long-form content creation. In fact, Tumblr is more akin to a social media site with its inclusions such as following blogs, reblogging, and integrated content sharing tools.

Since it’s free, ridiculously easy to use, and popular, Tumblr is a great pick for basic blogging purposes. Notably, microbloggers focused on photography or video may appreciate Tumblr.
Packed with free themes, Tumblr is a great site for blogging which makes gaining quality followers simple.

Best for : [/b] Beginners, microbloggers

[b] Pros:
– Social media integration
– Excellent for video, photography, GIFs, and more
– Lots of themes

– Basic themes
– Difficult to back up and export Tumblr site

Step 3: Find a Host
After deciding upon a blogging platform, you may need a host. Some services such as WordPress.com include a host, but for a paid WordPress.org site, you’ll need a host.

The easiest route is using a host such as Hostgator, Bluehost, GoDaddy, iPage, or SiteBuilder if you want to host your blog with an abroad hosting company.

But if you want to host your blog with Nigeria Web Hosting Company, the lists of local webhost in Nigeria is as follow:

– WhoGoHost
– TfHost
– CertaSpace

Step 4: Select a Domain Name
Define and get a good name for your blog (e.g www.example.com). Make sure that the name you’re to chose is suitable with your blog niche in order to attract site visitors.

Common Domain Name Provider
– Namecheap
– Whogohost
– GoDaddy
– BlueHost

Customize Your Blog
Once you’ve stated your mission, decided upon a CMS, found a web host, and selected a domain, it’s time to begin customizing your site. Largely, you’ll perform this through different themes and plugins. Depending on your CMS, where you can get these varies.

Themeforest.net is a great location for themes, and that’s where I snagged the theme for my website. You’ll also find tons of themes, plugins, and more at Creative Market.

Thankfully, tons of
no-coding templates exist for building a personal website.

Ultimately, there’s much to consider when starting a blog. However, it’s not difficult , and you can begin blogging almost immediately with the right platform. I highly suggest WordPress as a blogging platform for everyone from beginners to seasoned bloggers.

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