i have never ran a blog or done any programing so was wondering how difficult would it be to setup and run a blog like thinklings?
ps would have asked via email but did not see your address.
Great question! To blog with Bloo, you don't have to know how to program. It just requires you signing up with a webhost and being able to do some basic stuff, like create a database on that webhost and upload the Bloo code to the host.
If you're interested in doing that, I'd suggest you go to godaddy.com and sign up with them - you can get a webhost and a domain name for something around $10 a year for the domain name and $7 a month for the webhost. If you had questions about how to get your blog started, you could leave them here (probably the part that would take some guidance is how to create a database - it's very easy but you have to know where to start).
On the other hand, if you'd rather slide into blogging along a less risky path, you might want to try Blogger (at https://www.blogger.com/start) - I can't believe I'm recommending them :-), but, oh well, just trying to give good advice - you can be up and blogging over there in no time. You lose some flexibility using blog services, rather than setting up your own blog, but if you're inexperienced that might be a good first step.
There has been some thought given to turning Bloo into a kind of "sign up and blog" service, where you don't have to have your own webhost, etc. But not yet.
Let me know what you end up doing. Thanks!
thanks for the advice. i will think about it and will let you know and may be back with more questions! lol. is it best to post them here under comments?
i prefer the way your blogs look, work etc and if did the "sign up and blog" would be an easy choice.
well will think on it and thanks again.
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