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what are the free web hosting and blogging service providers/services that allow monetization ( eg: google adsense)

what are the free web hosting  and blogging service providers/services that allow monetization ( eg: google adsense)
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A Q ChoudaryJunior Linux EngineerCommented:
For blogging you can use blogger.com it is free with adsence.But as far as web hosting is concern there are lot of site that offer free web hosting but without ad .one such is freehosting.com
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porambokuAuthor Commented:
ok.. if free hosting is not possible,what are the free blogging and good ones, providers that allow monetization ( eg: google adsense)?
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A Q ChoudaryJunior Linux EngineerCommented:
you can use Blogger.com it is free and you can use google adsence,

As i told there are lot of free hosting avilable, but in free hosting you are not able to use google adsence or other add:
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porambokuAuthor Commented:
Is any expert available on Experts-exchange?
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Jackie ManCommented:
There are many free web hosting platforms for you to host your website which you can use  Google Adsence also but you need to share your revenue with the hosting platform service providers.

https://www.webnots.com/google-adsense-revenue-sharing-sites/
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Scott Fell, EE MVEDeveloper & EE ModeratorCommented:
The problem with anything free is you don't have total control. But as pointed out, you can use https://www.blogger.com/about/ for free.

Get paid for your hard work. Google AdSense can automatically display relevant targeted ads on your blog so that you can earn income by posting about your passion.

https://www.tumblr.com is another option.  Note their terms,

[b]The Services change frequently,[/b] and their form and functionality may change without prior notice to you. Tumblr retains the right to create limits on and related to use of the Services in its sole discretion at any time with or [b]without notice[/b]. 

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Scott Fell, EE MVEDeveloper & EE ModeratorCommented:
The problem with anything free is you don't have total control. But as pointed out, you can use https://www.blogger.com/about/ for free.

Get paid for your hard work. Google AdSense can automatically display relevant targeted ads on your blog so that you can earn income by posting about your passion.

https://www.tumblr.com is another option.  Note their terms,

The Services change frequently, and their form and functionality may change without prior notice to you. Tumblr retains the right to create limits on and related to use of the Services in its sole discretion at any time with or without notice.


I would look towards https://www.wix.com/, https://www.weebly.com/,  https://www.squarespace.com/ or even https://wordpress.com/.

All of these solutions offer low cost (not free) options for a do it yourself blog that you can add your google adsense code to.

The most important thing in monetizing your site is getting a lot of viewers. And that means having a lot of good content. You want something that is easy to generate your pages and content and not worry about something changing.  Paying $10 to $30 per month is a very small investment.

Good luck!
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Slick812Commented:
greetings  Ganga Raju, back when I was trying to teach the PHP language, I would recommend students to use a "Free Host" to learn the PHP basics, There are hundreds of free hosts (at least for PHP), and they vary greatly, one from another, so I can not say any thing about them that they all have in common except they are all free. Some do allow javascript library's (google ads), and others do not. But with FREE you can not expect much, I mean, they are free? ?  I always told all students to PAY for a host After they learned the basics, because Free are usually restricted in way and they all have poor, even non-existent  support. So if you have any money, then pay for a host.
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