Blogging Platforms

Choosing a platform to start blogging on can be a very hard decision. I’ve used quite a few of the platforms and I’m here to bring you some pro’s and con’s of each of the platforms that you can use. There are many different blogging platforms available, each with their own unique features and capabilities. Here is My Blogging Platforms guide for everyone who wants to start a blog!


WordPress is a free, open-source platform that is widely considered to be the most popular blogging platform. It offers a wide range of customization options and is highly flexible, making it ideal for both beginners and advanced users.


  • Flexibility and Customization.
  • Large Community.
  • SEO-Friendly.
  • Easy to use.
  • Security.
  • Monetization.
  • Mobile Optimization.


  • Technical Knowledge Required.
  • Regular Updates.
  • Cost – if not using the free site.
  • Limited Design options.
  • Slow Loading Speed.
  • Maintenance.


Blogger is a user-friendly platform that is owned by Google. It is easy to set up and use, making it a great option for beginners. It also offers a range of templates and customization abilities.


  • Easy To Use.
  • Free To Use.
  • Built-in Audience.
  • Mobile Optimization.
  • Auto-saving.
  • Customizable Templates.
  • Multi-user Support.
  • SEO-Friendly.


  • Limited Customization.
  • Limited Plugins and Add-ons.
  • Limited Control.
  • Limited Monetization options.
  • Limited Analytics.
  • Limited SEO options.

There are a lot more different blogging platform options but these are the two most popular. I will be doing a part two to the Blogging Platforms Series with the other platforms you can use.

Love, Bee xxx

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