Both can be used for blogging, but are less popular (at least for pure blogging) than the above two powerhouses, simply because they are much more than mere blogging platforms. Still, if you anticipate the need to go beyond a highly-targeted blog-only approach, you might consider them. Many people are doing just that.
From many other types of hosting accounts you can get a much broader range of support and services, but this is not the case with the cheapest web hosts offering the wordpress platform.
Affiliate products. It’s easy and free to sign up for affiliate programs related to your blog’s subject matter. Then all you do is display a small banner or text link to related products within the content of your blog. A variable percentage of people will click the link where they’re presented with a related offer. When someone purchases, you earn a commission of up to 75% through affiliate services like Clickbank.
His blog is called “My Karate Life” and he started it a few years ago. He hasn’t contributed to it much lately but now that he is trying to get to Japan for the Karate World Championships in July, he is going to start adding content more regularly so that people can follow his progress.
HTML, not too dissimilar to our PHP knowledge basics will help s greatly but you may be able to pick up what you need to know along the way as long as you are eager to learn.
The package offers 50 GB Storage and 500 GB transfer. For this you will pay .85 a month and for one year it counts to 8.60. Apart from many other useful tools, you will get great uptime with this package. The plan offers plenty of themes and the subscriber can choose the one that they feel best.
Use the web. It is great for research. Google yourself and you might be surprised what you find. Or use Bing another great search engine. There are so many free resources out there!
What you should bear in mind with Blogger.com is that it’s not owned by you, and is not a big fan of commercially based content. You do run the risk of having your blog pulled by Google if they view you as being spammy.