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Difference between Wordpress.com and Wordpress.org
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What is the difference between WordPress.com & wordpress.org? And which is the best-fit for your business?

Alok Badatia
With a decade of Industry Experience in Digital Marketing- I am a Coach, Writer, Speaker & Leadership Consultant.

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thanx sirji , math ka dar nikal raha hai dheere dheere ......................
Nakul Bansal
6 months ago
Aacha baat hai
Great video! Thank you so much for making this lesson.
  1. Trainer: Alok Ku. Badatia Module 2 Planning & Creating of Websites By AloK Kumar Badatia Digital Marketing Coach & Consultant Can


  2. Trainer: Alok Ku. Badatia Lesson 3 Difference between Wordpress.org & Wordpress.com


  3. Trainer: Alok Ku. Badatia Difference Between Worpress.com Wordpress.org Wordpress.org Wordpress.com


  4. Trainer: Alok Ku. Badatia The one major difference between WordPress.com and WordPress.org is who's actually hosting your website. With wordpress.org, you host your own blog or website. WordPress.org is where you'll find the free WordPress software that you carn download and install on your own web server. Wordpress.com, on the other hand, takes care of all of the hosting for you. You don't have to download software, pay for hosting, or manage a web server.


  5. Trainer Alok Ku. Badatia If you're not interested in paying 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 While WordPress.com is free to set up, few of the cons of using WordPress.com include that your domain will, by default, include "WordPress.com." You also can't upload any custom themes., plugins or modify the PHP code behind your site.


  6. Trainer: Alok Ku. Badatia The downloaded version of WordPress fromm 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).