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5 Best Blogging Platform


But before you start blogging, you need to select first the best blogging platform to create and host your blog on the internet.
Mostly Some blogs are standalone sites, but others are a more personal section that fits into a larger, corporate web site.
Make some Big Mistake To starting There blogging Career Like Choosing Wrong Platform To Start Blogger Career.
These content management systems come in the form of website builders like Wix, blogging applications like Wordpress, or simplified blogging software like Tumblr.

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1. WordPress

 5 Best Blogging Platform To Start Blogging Career
It's easy to see why: on WordPress.com, you can rapidly create a new blog entirely for free, with a reasonable amount of customisation. Alternatively, most web hosts provide WordPress as a free single-click install, and more information on what's possible there can be found at WordPress.org.
The free version comes with the same limitations that we described above, so rest of this section will be about WORDPRESS.ORG (the self-hosted, paid version) that comes with access to a LOT more features. 
By far the best part about WordPress.org is that you get access to THOUSANDS of plugins that allow you to customize your blog in a variety of ways, including adding contact forms, email forms, social media buttons, and so much more.
  • More control over your blog design
  • Access to thousands of plugins and themes to customize your blog
  • Great customer support plus TONS of articles written on using the platform
  • Easier to integrate with most other software as you grow your blog
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    2. Tumblr

    5 Best Blogging Platform To Start Blogging Career
    Tumblr is a microblogging and social networking website founded by David Karp in 2007, and owned by Oath Inc. The service allows users to post multimedia and other content to a short-form blog. Users can follow other users' blogs
    Decent mobile apps make it easy to submit content to a Tumblr blog from anywhere, though, and it's reasonably easy to customise your theme to make it your own.
    Tumblr is a great place to network with other bloggers and content is shared regularly in the form of “re-posting.”
    This adds an additional way to get exposure to your content that other platforms don’t have because it is somewhat of a “social” media platform itself.
    Tumblr also has a strong social undercurrent, via a following model combined with notes and favourites.

    3. Blogger

    Create a Free Blog
    BlogSpot allows you to create a free blog, but it does have limitations.
    However, as I mentioned above, for a beginner it is a great way to learn how to create a blog and begin the blogging process.
    Blogger is actually owned by Google, so it’s one of the only free blogging platforms that you can install Google AdSense on and earn ad revenue. You also get access to Google Analytics to track stats on your site.
    • Firstly, BlogSpot is a blogging platform powered by Google.  It offers you an opportunity to start a blog, but all your images will be hosted by Picasa (also part of Google).  BlogSpot, in this sense, is a Google-centric blogging platform.
    • Secondly, if the goal of your blog is to make money and to have a blog that is professional in appearance, I would recommend that you create your blog using WordPress. It’s easy, and with the help of our exclusive free WordPress guide, you can create your blog in the next 60 minutes.

    4. Wix

     5 Best Blogging Platform To Start Blogging Career
    There is a free version as well, but it is even more limited than the free version of WordPress. There are very few customizations offered on the free version and you are stuck with Wix ads on your site.
    On top of that you'll find over 500 designer-made templates as well as plenty of additional features and apps, along with top-grade hosting so you can rest assured your site will be there when you need it.
    You get 500MB storage and 1GB bandwidth with a free Wix account; if you need more – plus other features like your own domain, and online store and Google Analytics – then take a look at its premium plans.

    5. Weebly

     5 Best Blogging Platform To Start Blogging Career
    Starting a blog with Weebly is simple. The flexible drag and drop interface helps you build blog content quickly. Powerful design and publishing elements let you focus on your content while Weebly services pull all the weight in the background.
    However, blogging is also part of the system, and you get access to customisable layouts, a bunch of free themes, and the usual sharing features you'd expect, to spread your words far and wide.
    Weebly is yet another drag-and-drop website building, although it’s lesser known than Wix and Squarespace and has fewer options.
    Since the service is a website builder than a blogging platform, it is hard to compare with other ones. However, problems we found after the comparison with others are as follows.
    • It is simple, not good for complex websites such as e-commerce one.
    • Though there are some good templates, they are low in number, which affects selection.
    • Features are basic, which means a professional blogger or internet marketer will just hate Weebly.

    by sujeet kumar

     http://www.mysterytechs.com/2018/04/3-most-wonderful-gadgets-can-get-2.html
    People with disabilities are never left behind in life, and this holds true for technology as well. There are many types of assistive tech gadgets that are made specifically for people with disabilities to make things easier for them. They may able to help a blind person see (at the moment) or a speech-impaired person speak, but they can surely convey their message and provide help when needed. Below you will see five gadgets that can help disabled people.
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    The world's first real time translation technology that converts sign language to grammatically correct spoken language.
    UNI is a new gadget to assist deaf and speech-impaired people communicate with other people. It’s a two-way communication device that will detect sign language using its camera and immediately convert it into speech. On the other hand, it will also convert speech into text to allow two-way communication. Furthermore, it also has a built-in software to create custom sign language and customize it according to your need.

    2. Bionic Eye

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    Bionic eye scientists have one common goal: to develop technology that's as effective for visual disabilities as cochlear implants have become for auditory ones. But different scientists' methods for achieving this vary. What's more, bionic eye technology is still in its infancy compared with cochlear implants for hearing loss.
    Several bionic eye implants are in development, but currently only one is available in the United States, and it is suitable only for blindness caused by specific eye diseases. However, as research continues, more and more people may soon benefit from high-tech bionic eyes.

    1. Prosthetic Hand


    The world’s most advanced prosthetic hand is an incredible device that can not only help an amputee feel more comfortable; it can perform advanced functions that no other prosthetic limb has ever been able to do. Actions like typing, clicking a mouse, breaking eggs, and even writing with a pen are possible with the bebionic3 arm.

    BY SUJEET KUMAR

     

    10. IT manager

    Job description: "IT managers implement and maintain a company's information technology."
    Average salary for workers without a degree: $100,177

    9. Product manager

    Job description: "Workers in product management outline a strategy and roadmap for products that the engineering team will build."
    Average salary for workers without a degree: $101,421

    8. Director of marketing

    Job description: "High-ranking executive that steers the marketing efforts of a company."
    Average salary for workers without a degree: $114,987

    7. DevOps engineer

    Job description: "A challenging job to fill, the DevOps engineer uses a variety of technologies and programs to automate systems and manage software deployments."
    Average salary for workers without a degree: $121,262

    6. Director of IT

    Job description: "High-ranking executive in charge of an organization's information technology."
    Average salary for workers without a degree: $122,532
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    5. Lead engineer

    Job description: "An experienced engineer with management skills, this person leads teams of engineers through the completion of projects."
    Average salary for workers without a degree: $132,856

    4. Architect

    Job description: "Architects define the overarching structure, specs, and guidelines of software programs and systems."
    Average salary for workers without a degree: $143,879

    3. Sales engineer

    Job description: "Combining technological knowledge with sales skills, sales engineers sell complex tech-based products and services to companies."
    Average salary for workers without a degree: $148,726

    2. Director of sales

    Job description: "High-level executives that manage the sales strategy of tech products and services."
    Average salary for workers without a degree: $165,579

    1. VP of engineering

    Job description: "VPs of Engineering predominantly focus primarily on managing engineers and product delivery."
    Average salary for workers without a degree: $178,062


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    Google paid white hat hackers more than $1.5 million this year to find bugs 

     Google just announced that it dished out more than $1.5 million this year to "white hat" hackers who helped the company find security vulnerabilities in its products.

    The company started its Security Rewards Program in 2010 to encourage security researchers to search for and report bugs and security flaws.
    That big payout went to more than 200 different researchers, Google says, with the largest single sum - $150,000 - going to a 17-year-old who found and fixed some Google Chrome security issues. He ended up joining Google as an intern in its Project Zero security division after reporting the project.
    Google's bug-finding initiative recently drew fire from Microsoft after Google exposed a security bug in Windows 8 before Microsoft had a chance to patch it. Google's Project Zero has a strict 90-day "fix it or we'll disclose it," policy, but Microsoft wanted to put the fix out as part of its monthly "Patch Tuesday," which delivers fixes to enterprise customers on a predictable schedule.
    Google isn't the only major tech company that rewards reported bugs. High-tech "bounty hunters" can get money from Facebook, Twitter, and Mozilla, all of which offer similar programs.
    Google also announced a new initiative it's calling " Vulnerability Research Grants ."
    Because bugs are getting increasingly difficult to find, the goal of the grants is to give researchers a way to spend a lot of time and effort on struggling to find problems without feeling like they wasted their time. Hackers can apply for grants of a maximum of $3,133.70 (it's a hacker joke ).

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