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07+ Best Free Blogging Platform To Make Money

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"Best Free Blogging Platform To Make Money" is a general query for every novice, who wants to start a blog free of cost. A number of free blogging platforms are available in the market that will help you to earn money. But a little bit of confusion will take place when you will choose free blogging sites to make money.

Here we will give you an idea of the most popular and best free blogging platform to start your blog. It will depend on you which platform you will be select because every free blogging sites have its own pros and cons.

So here eight blogging platforms will discuss their pros and cons which help you earn money online. One thing we would like to say that the free blogging platform has some limitations and it will take a minimum of 3-4 months to start earning.

List Of Blogging Platforms



On May 27, 2003, "" was released by its founders, American developer Matt Mullenweg and English developer Mike Little. "" is open-source CMS(content management system) written in PHP and MySQL is works as a database. It is the most popular blogging platform in the world that is used by more than 75 million websites. The reason behind the popularity is easily manageable, low price, and maintenance.

You can start a blog in few minutes on WordPress because You can install website themes, plugins, and other necessary processes just in few clicks. We will recommend you go for a paid plan that is very cheap. Here you will get a dashboard where you will control your blog. Mean You can easily change blog themes and plugins that is the great advantage of WordPress. In a WordPress blog no need for programming.


  1. Easy to use.
  2. Easy to set up.
  3. Free theme and plugins.
  4. Low price($2.75 per month with Bluehost).
  5. Huge community support.
  6. Fully Controllable.
  7. Theme Flexibility and Customization.
  8. Google Analytics Integration.
  9. Online Store And Membership.
  10. Easy Maintenance.
  11. Google Adsense Monetization.
  12. SEO Friendly.
  13. E-commerce Store.


  1. Website Security.
  2. Content Backups.
  3. High Traffic Handling.
  4. Website Loading Time.



On August 23, 1999, Blogger was launched by Pyra Labs but in 2003 google acquire the blogger so now blogger is the product of google. The blogs are hosted by Google and generally accessed from a subdomain of "". Blogs can also be served from a custom domain owned by the user (like "") by using DNS facilities to direct a domain to Google's servers. A blogger user can create up to 100 blogs per account.

Blogger is totally free of cost, you just need a Gmail account and you can start a free blog on blogger in few steps. But here you haven't facility like WordPress because if you want to change blogger theme you need to programming. You cant install plugins because there is no option for plugins. But you are using google products so you have a few advantages like website loading time, storage, bandwidth, google analytics, etc. So if you are a beginner and want to start a blog, go for it.

You can follow our series on blogger which will guide you.


  1. Easy to use.
  2. Free for lifetime.
  3. Custom Domain Facility.
  4. No technical skills required.
  5. Google Analytics Integration.
  6. Monetization By Google Adsense.
  7. Scalable.
  8. Can easily handle large traffic.
  9. Fast loading time.
  10. Greate Server Security.
  11. Trust Of Google.


  1. Technical skills required to customize the theme.
  2. E-commerce Store Facility.
  3. No Plugins.
  4. Google can terminate your blog without warning.
  5. Domain With ""(On Free domain)
  6. Limited free theme options.
  7. No one-to-one support.
  8. You don’t own the blog.
  9. Less SEO Friendly.



Wix was founded in 2006 by Israeli developers Avishai Abrahami, Nadav Abrahami, and Giora Kaplan. "" is a software company that provides cloud-based web development services and allows users to create HTML5 websites and mobile sites through the use of online drag and drop tools. You can host your designed website on Wix freely.

Apart from this, you can start a blog on Wix with free hosting. You just need drag and drop to design a blog template on the Wix design platform or you can choose a premium template and host it on Wix. If you are a good programmer you can edit your blog theme. You can choose a custom domain because it provides paid domain and hosting services as well.


  1. Automatic Website Backups.
  2. Website Template design Flexibility(Drag and drop).
  3. Easy to start.
  4. Google Adsense integration.
  5. Artificial Design Intelligence.


  1. High Pricing(Some products freely available).
  2. Require Paid Plan For Tracking And Analytics.
  3. Content Loading Speed.
  4. You don’t own the blog.
  5. Website Migration Issue.



In August 2012, Medium was launched. It is an online publishing platform developed by Evan Williams (blogger and co-founder of Twitter). You can write your post here and the good thing is, it already has huge traffic (over 60 million per month) so access to your post will be very high. You do not have any website dashboard or theme on the medium, all you need to do is create an account (using Facebook and Google) and start writing your posts.

The Medium Partner Program is Medium's compensation program for its writers. Partner Program writers are paid based on how deeply Medium members read their work. As members read longer, writers earn more. Medium distributes a portion of each member's subscription fee to the writers.


  1. Easy to start(Just signup with Facebook or Google).
  2. Large Readership.
  3. No set-up required.
  4. No need for technical skills.
  5. No server issue.
  6. SEO Friendly.
  7. Medium Monetization Program.


  1. No Google Analytics Integration.
  2. No Google Adsense Approval.
  3. Less Control.
  4. More competition(but less than websites).



In November 2005, "" was released by Matt Mullenweg(co-founder of "" ). It was written in javascript and PHP. It is a platform for self-publishing that is also popular for blogging.

So you can start your blog on "" with the free domain name and free hosting. Your free website name looks like this: So If the free plan is in use, readers see ads on pages. If you want to remove the ads, users need to purchase Premium Plan.


  1. Easy to start.
  2. Free to use with subdomain(
  3. Auto Backups And updates.
  4. Pricing($0 to $300 per year)
  5. Custom Domain Integration.
  6. Google Analytics.
  7. WordPress Analytics Dashboard.
  8. E-Commerce Store.


  1. Server Security.
  2. Website Scalability.
  3. Limitation On Theme customization.
  4. Plugins Limitations.
  5. We cannot run advertisements.
  6. places ads(free website).
  7. Large Traffic Handling.



In February 2007, Tumblr is founded by David Karp. It is a microblogging and social networking website. Here you get followers just like social media but nowadays most of the creators are not treated Tumblr as a serious blogging platform.

Tumblr hosts over 475 million blogs in August 2019, Tumblr had over 500 million monthly visitors in January 2016. But Now the number of visitors dropped which is less than 400 million by August 2019.

But Tumblr is one of the original free blogging sites on the web. The interface of Tumblr is easier. You get started with Tumblr, you can simply sign up, and then you’re allowed to start posting. It will display ads on your page and you can earn money. The good thing is that you can integrate your blog with Google Analytics.


  1. Easy to use.
  2. Best for Microblogging.
  3. Quick Blog Setup.
  4. Free Hosting and domain.
  5. Unlimited Storage.


  1. No Plugins.
  2. No theme customization.
  3. You don’t own the blog.
  4. Blog Security is less.



In January 2004, Squarespace was launched by Anthony Casalena as a blog hosting service. It allows users to create websites using easy drag and drop tools. It also provides premium templates.

You can start a blog on Squarespace within a few minutes. Apart from this, It separately offers domain names with SSL/HTTPS and eCommerce stores. But it has limited features and the integration of the tool is also limited.


  1. Ease to use.
  2. Ads-free Plans.
  3. SEO Friendly.
  4. Adsense approval is possible.
  5. E-Commerce Integration.
  6. Social media integration.
  7. Custome Domain Facility.


  1. Backup Issue.
  2. No Phone Support.
  3. Expensive.



In March 2006, Weebly was founded by David Rusenko, Chris Fanini, and Dan Veltri. Weebly is also very popular to create a website and it has a similar concept to "".

You can simply drag and drop useful elements in the Weebly site builder (which operates in the web browser) and your website is ready. The good thing about Weebly, it automatically generates a responsive version of your site so it is easily accessible from mobile. It also provides free web hosting and domain. But On the free plan, you get 500MB storage, five custom pages, ad spaces, and a Weebly subdomain. You can go for paid but we will not recommend you because "" is the best option for paid blogging. Moreover, the platform comes with built-in analytics.


  1. Easy to use.
  2. Responsive themes.
  3. Good app integration.
  4. SEO Friendly.
  5. E-commerce Store.
  6. Free Domain Facility(


  1. Limited Design Flexibility.
  2. Paid tacking and Analytics.
  3. Backup issue.
  4. Slow Content Loading.
  5. Difficult Migration.
  6. You don’t own the blog.

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