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So every so often I think about wanting to create a blog, but never get around to it mostly because don't know what to choose.  Do the fine folk out there that have blogs utilize free blogs, do they pay for them, or what goes on in the world of blogdom out there?

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1 hour ago, 72moonglum said:

So every so often I think about wanting to create a blog, but never get around to it mostly because don't know what to choose.  Do the fine folk out there that have blogs utilize free blogs, do they pay for them, or what goes on in the world of blogdom out there?

I have had the same feeling as well.  I have a bookFace page, but it doesn't quite feel like one.

 

1 hour ago, David Brawley said:

I use blogger, and have been for YEARS. Works fine for what I use it for. 

 

Thanks Google!

I'll have to check that out as well.  Thanks

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I don't have any ads on my free blog. I wouldn't pay for it until you've establishes that it's something you're really going to keep up long term. I've been keeping mine since... September 2009 with over 200 posts per year average, and I don't see any added value in paying. 

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