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I want to create a website/blog. Where should I go?

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I want to create a website/blog. Where should I go?

Hi RFD family.

I want to have a website/blog [removed]

What should I do?
Where can I do it?
Do I have to purchase a domain? If so where is the best place to purchase it.
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Since you are new to this. I will suggest go on TUMBLR website - signup and start your blog. Once you have been doing it for 3+ Months get a domain (because you should know by then how serious you are). Its relatively easy to connect your domain to your tumblr blog.

I don't know - but generally speaking most people do loose interest / incentive in their ideas. As steve jobs said, you have to be crazy to be able to keep going at it :p

Alternatively, I can do a total custom job for you to your satisfaction and charge you $1000+ :p
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Hi there,

What kind of blog? Bad drivers? *lol* I was thinking of doing something on the line, but it's a lot of work. *lol*

Ju Leon...
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I would recommend tumblr or blogspot or wordpress. All are free to get you started and capable of achieving the look you're going for. You can always upgrade your domain once you feel like you have enough readership or you're ready to commit to the website for good. A lot of times people start a website, do a few posts and never post again.
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inferno_gn wrote: Hi there,

What kind of blog? Bad drivers? *lol* I was thinking of doing something on the line, but it's a lot of work. *lol*

Ju Leon...
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