This article discusses the best free WordPress hosting options as well as suggests the solutions to have WordPress blog setup and configured easily.
Over the years I have tried Blogger, WordPress.com and self-hosted WordPress. In my experience a self-hosted WordPress installation provides the most flexibility and control over my blogging experience than any other. Customizing my readers experience on the site is possible through the use of the thousands of available plugins and themes – many of them free.
I have five self-hosted WordPress blogs. They all run off one, yes 1, installation of WordPress. Setting the blogs up in a network allows me to install my plugins and themes only once instead of 5 times if I want to use the same one on each blog. That takes up a lot of space on a webhost. There is a central control panel where I can add and remove themes, plugins, users and even blogs. My current webhost offered installation of WordPress and was very helpful in making sure the network was set up properly. In this first year I have to say it has worked flawlessly, save human error :).
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