WordPress VS Website

The setting up process can be harder than you might imagine, even with drag & Drop sites which don’t always work the way you want them to

WordPress has become the number one to use for many people, as they offer a wide choice of templates if you use them for your hosting 

As I did with this site, but if you think you will be able to use any and all plugins (like I did you will be disappointed!

WordPress provides the basic plugins for Free, but in order to use plugins I would need to upgrade to a business level

This involves expenses on top of the hosting cost, which includes a domain-based email address

Even Google suggested a domain name email address and promoted it to me as the more professional choice

But I settled for a free Gmail email address since my site is based on Free information

WordPress is far easier to use than having to learn how to use c-panel and FTP (File Transfer Protocol) which you need to use with c-panel sites

Another drawback to running your own hosted website, you are both the owner but you also become the boss in charge of finance including paying for advertising

 As to content, this is also your responsibility, some site owners prefer to add videos while I prefer written content which can be a challenge at times

Backup copies of all the contents are also a duty of the site owner, either with an automatic plugin or manual

I am considering inviting guest writers to add their content to my site, if anyone would be interested let me know in the comments

The content must be available for Free, in keeping with my site

Preferably original articles which will need to be examined by myself before being published

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Published by grahamcommand

Retired Blog & article & press releases writer & story writer Amateur drawing / painting Artist

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