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In the course of my online blogging, I came across two terms “.com” and “.org” that both has “WordPress” in it. To cut short your research and save you time, here comes the difference between WordPress.com and WordPress.org. I have made concise article differentiating between the two.
Now let’s head on a little bit in depth but simplifying the comparison in tabular form.
Now I’ll go more in depth. Let’s compare how the two stack up when it comes to costs, design, site traffic and storage allowances, and support.
Both WordPress.org and WordPress.com have pros and cons, depending on your needs.
If you don’t want to shed any penny for your own hosting, managing your own web server or paying someone else to handle that for you, you’ll probably want to use WordPress.com. It’s free and easy to set up and you have lots of options for customizing your site.
Using the downloaded version of WordPress from WordPress.org opens up more control and flexibility for your WordPress site, but it also means more responsibility. Using a self-hosted version of WordPress means you can use your own domain name, upload and install themes and plugins, edit the code behind your site and have access to your site’s database (or files).
Webbly Frog offers friendly setup cost for your WordPress.org site or blog. Please visit my services page for more information.
So, if you’re just needing basic functionality, WordPress.com maybe enough for you but if you need extended functionality or custom designs go for WordPress.org.
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