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WTF, Wordpress is too expensive

"WordPress vs Blogger", is an popular topics over Internet. As we all know that Blogger is a free service from Google. While WordPress is from Automattic Inc. that provides paid service while choosing a custom domain. Blogger doesn't take any cost for publishing the blog posts while WordPress does.

Wordpress is just a blind pit, where you will fall if you have just started your career on Publishing. I have looked out the price of hosting on Wordpress which is too much. They cost about 99 dollars just for single domain, 13 GB storage for 1 Year that comes about 6,500.

If I buy a domain (Not on Wordpress), then the price of domain for 5 Year is just about the price of Wordpress for 1 year. After buying domain, you need to buy some theme for advanced look of your site as they not provide any awesome type theme for free.

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If you want to customize the theme or want to change something related to SEO, you need to upgrade too. If you are a new comer, then I will suggest you to use blogger as your favorite blogging hub for your favorite site.

If you have a lot of money to invest, you can go to Wordpress for publishing your contents. But listen to me, If you will use Blogger once, you will not going to use Wordpress at all.

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