When you’re ready to starting blogging career..it’s was pretty clueless. if you didn’t choose the best platform.
as my opinion choice right platform to starting blogging is the most common point. take a look for my small explanation.
If you starting with free blogging than my suggestion before selecting a blogging platform first select blog name. you should decide your blog name already.
Now you can find you’re a name in the most popular blog platform if you find the same type of blog name that already registers by someone.
Then he doesn’t get this name.
Always try to find a unique name. if you get a name that already registers someone in others platform than this name is conflict you name.so better is selecting a unique name. Now time to select a platform.
The Second thing if you decide to build your blog with a powerful content management system then must select a professional platform like WordPress. this platform is pretty easy to understand & easy to handle.
There are a ton of blogging platforms around the internet, but you need to find one that will work for you and the content you are creating right when you’re starting to blog.
To help set you on the right platform, here’s a rundown of the most popular blogging platforms.
Blogger has been around for quite awhile, bought by Google in 2003. Although Blogger has made many improvements over the years, people making the choice between it and WordPress typically go with the latter.
That isn’t to say it’s a bad platform, it might just not offer more advanced users the features they’re looking for.
Blogger is a good choice for those looking for a hosted platform and an easy setup (none really) to get started.
WordPress, as most of you likely already know, is the current king of blogging platforms. It’s easy to use and very flexible.
In fact, it’s such a flexible platform that it’s commonly used as an outright content management system.
What really makes WordPress stand out, in addition to the previously mentioned, is the sheer number of free and premium themes in addition to the level of community support.
If you think that WordPress.com is too simple and WordPress.org is too complex, Typepad is the perfect compromise.
Like WordPress.com, Typepad blogs are all hosted on their server, but you have a lot of customization options available.
It’s still fairly hard to edit their code, but it offers more extensive themes and blog plugins than WordPress.com.
Medium simplifies blogging by giving you a clean canvas to publish meaningful stories.
With the tagline, “Everyone’s stories and ideas,” Medium aims to make it easy for anyone — with a Twitter account — to write, share and analyze their posts.
A few neat features include built-in analytics (which displays view counts, “read ratios” and “recommendations”), in-line comments, and the ability to share drafts with friends.
Drupal and Joomla are actually quite similar (in terms of purpose), though Drupal seems to be more oriented towards community type sites.
Drupal is certainly one of the best blogging platforms around but it also, like other platforms here, has the flexibility to run just about any kind of site.
It has a passionate community and a huge collection of powerful modules (like plugins) that give it even more power. In regards to themes, however, it’s more so on the difficult end of the spectrum.
I’ve listed a few resources for some of the platforms above but I very well know there are tons more available.
If you have a good resource for one of the above-listed platforms, let us know in the comments and I might add it to the list.