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Qs#1: Which Site is the Best for Blogging?
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Qs#2: (For Blogging) DA/PA Recommended or not?
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Qs#3: I heard " Focus on KGR not on KD for Blogging KW " is that True?
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Qs#4: If that's True {I wrote an article on the word (whose KGR was Perfect but not KD) but they have not been ranked yet.}
why?
 
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I use Re-hub and Digi themes, for Wordpress of course
 

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Q1... between Wordpress and Blogger? Wordpress all the way... But there might be blogging platforms that are better than WP, I don't know cause I've only used WP for the last 10+ years

Q2... what does this question mean? I don't understand it unfortunately

Q3... personally, I don't like KGR, but some people swear by it, so I don't know what to tell you except for the fact that if you're good at keyword research you're gonna spot easy keywords no matter if they're KGR or not. But since you're newbie at SEO focusing on KGR is probably a good idea until you get the hang of keyword research. But even if you find 1000s of good KGR keywords that doesn't mean you're gonna rank for them, because a lot of other things are at play when ranking, KGR alone doesn't cut it anymore. You need to get everything else about your site spot-on to please google. KGR keywords don't just rank on their own without you doing on-page SEO and sometimes even off-page SEO (backlinks)

Q4... of course that not all KGR keywords rank since google doesn't favor page titles hugely like they used to do when the KGR method had come out. But the fact that your keyword didn't rank could be attributed to many things, some of which include:

- your site's poor structure
- your page's poor / non-existent on-page SEO
- your site's sandbox (if any)
- your niche (niches like banking, travel, health & fitness, SEO, web hosting, insurance, education, medical conditions, ecom and 1000s others are very competitive, in general, and new sites won't break into these niches with just 1 article and no domain authority)
- tough competition for your KGR keyword
- etc...
 

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Qs#1: Which Site is the Best for Blogging?
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Qs#2: (For Blogging) DA/PA Recommended or not?
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Qs#3: I heard " Focus on KGR not on KD for Blogging KW " is that True?
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Qs#4: If that's True {I wrote an article on the word (whose KGR was Perfect but not KD) but they have not been ranked yet.}
why?
1. If you are a newbie to creating sites and don't like too much effort like any other sane human, Wordpress.

It's the gold standard. It has grown so big that everyone and their mother uses it. It's so big, that If you want to sell your blog, and it isn't wordpress, some buyers deny buying!

2. Pa/da of what? Your domain name? Your fresh domain won't have any.

And google don't give a fuck about those metrics. So, technically no.

3. I personally believe terms like KGR , KD etc are made up bullshit created by some SEOs to sell their dribble to gullble newbies.
Just keep your writing natural, with a few (but not unnatural) mentions of your keyword. Find underserved keywords and longtails that don't have lot of serps targeting them.

4. Because things like KGR and KD are made-up bullshit and google doesn't use any of those as ranking factors.

If it was that easy to rank and build authority, everyone and their mother would be doing it.

The thing with seo is that it's mostly qualitative. It takes time to understand how difficult it would be rank a keyword and you develop that skill naturally. There aren't really any quantitative methods that are proven to work and that always stay the same.

Tazarvam wrote what factors might have a contribution to your site not ranking. The biggest one is likely your site's age and competition. It's prolly just too new or too sparse at the moment for Google to trust it and/or your site isn't able to beat your competition.
 

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what's About Blogger?

You're wanting to go with Wordpress. The control you'll have over your website with wordpress is almost unmatched anywhere else.

You'll want to focus on:
- Website speed (how fast the website loads & how fast the images load).
- On-page SEO. See here: https://www.blackhatworld.com/seo/guide-full-example-of-how-to-do-on-page-seo.1251425/
- Content quality.
- And eventually the quality of your backlinks.

That's a short summation but should be enough to guide you in the right direction.
 

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WordPress, WordPress, WordPress. I mean it fits all, newbie blogging, intermediate and expert. It's just perfect to me and I highly recommend
 

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Blogger has number of limitations. Like they can delete the blog anytime.

This is true, and is valid for every free platform where you can make a website or blog for free.

You're gonna wanna get hosting and a domain name and self-host if you're gonna be serious with it. There's no other way.
 

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WordPress is a suitable choice if you have been using Blogger for months and are willing to pay some extra dollars for more customizing features. org not WordPress. Come. Blogger offers free custom domains and hosting.
 

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WordPress is a suitable choice if you have been using Blogger for months and are willing to pay some extra dollars for more customizing features. org not WordPress. Come. Blogger offers free custom domains and hosting.
There is no free custom domain with blogger.
 

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Q1... between Wordpress and Blogger? Wordpress all the way... But there might be blogging platforms that are better than WP, I don't know cause I've only used WP for the last 10+ years

Q2... what does this question mean? I don't understand it unfortunately

Q3... personally, I don't like KGR, but some people swear by it, so I don't know what to tell you except for the fact that if you're good at keyword research you're gonna spot easy keywords no matter if they're KGR or not. But since you're newbie at SEO focusing on KGR is probably a good idea until you get the hang of keyword research. But even if you find 1000s of good KGR keywords that doesn't mean you're gonna rank for them, because a lot of other things are at play when ranking, KGR alone doesn't cut it anymore. You need to get everything else about your site spot-on to please google. KGR keywords don't just rank on their own without you doing on-page SEO and sometimes even off-page SEO (backlinks)

Q4... of course that not all KGR keywords rank since google doesn't favor page titles hugely like they used to do when the KGR method had come out. But the fact that your keyword didn't rank could be attributed to many things, some of which include:

- your site's poor structure
- your page's poor / non-existent on-page SEO
- your site's sandbox (if any)
- your niche (niches like banking, travel, health & fitness, SEO, web hosting, insurance, education, medical conditions, ecom and 1000s others are very competitive, in general, and new sites won't break into these niches with just 1 article and no domain authority)
- tough competition for your KGR keyword
- etc...
kgr still matters in 2022 right?
 

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For blogging, if you're going to be using a free platform, Blogspot is the best way to go if you're going to be using real content.

If you're just going to be scraping materials from the net to build links, Blogspot is not the way to go because they've been cracking down on such automation.

Chances are whatever network you build using free blog platforms will be deleted.

Blogspot is pretty vigilant about that kind of thing.

But I'm assuming that you are going to be building a real site and you don't have the budget for a WordPress self-hosted site with your own domain.

Blogspot can still perform reasonably well.

The key here is to focus on delivering value and this is where keyword intent comes in.

People have been using the KGR method but I would suggest that you focus more on keyword intent, cross referenced with saturation or keyword difficulty.
 
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