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Building Blogs for Profit

There are many ways to build your online presence, and as more and more people are realizing Blogging is a viable CMS (content management system). If you’re building blogs for profit then look no further than WordPress, for me the only choice. One of the benefits of WordPress is the ability to cross over from the traditional blog layout to a more general website look. In fact you might well have come across many sites that use the WordPress engine already without realising it. With the right theme and plugins there’s no limit to what you can do.

If you feel that you don’t want to get your hands dirty with self hosting, you can find alternatives. One such new system is called and this one takes all the maintenance and upgrades out of your hands. If you have ever wanted to start your own Blog network or local community then this platform is ideal.  Basically you can set up your own community using the powerful WP Multi User platform, as you can imagine this opens up many possibilities for existing and new bloggers.

Just a few of the options available from

Preinstalled plugins

Choose from 100s of themes, many are premium

Allow your readers to start their own blogs through your membership, free or for charity. It has a comprehensive backroom register system to keep everything in order.

Import your posts from numerous platforms and transfer your domain name.

You can have the free version or you can upgrade to include many more options like running your own ads on site, along with more flexibility with plugins. To give you an idea of what your blog could look like check out this Blog which was purchased with a single blog license for $7 per/month. One thing to remember, you are not locked into any long contract, if you decide it’s not for you then you can simply cancel and you will revert back to the free service.

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