The free version of Elementor gives you a series of “widgets” on the left-hand column that you can use to customize your site.
I personally wouldn’t consider Yola’s free version as the best free blogging site to go with. While it does give you access to some nice responsive templates, the free version is very limited and doesn’t quite stack up against the other free blogging sites we’ve compared in this list.
Constant Contact Website Builder has a free plan that lets you create a blog, business site, and an eCommerce store.
Here are a few things you’ll want to consider before signing up.
The weighing of the factors above will be different depending on your skills, goals, and requirements. Keep them in mind while we compare the best blogging platforms out there.
- Limited features and no way to extend them
- It’s difficult to back up your Tumblr content and use it on other platforms
The Joomla editor is tabbed. The first tab is the classic texting window per se, then you need to switch tabs to select the post categories, tags, date, meta description, keywords etc.
When it comes to the ease of use, the platform provides an old-school editor, that somehow looks like Microsoft Word. It allows you to choose the font, color, size, emoticons, tables, or background. I mean, the tools in the menu make you feel like you’re in a Word window.