How do you mean – one of the chicblogs on this site? If so, you already have one. Look on the top right of the page, next to where it says Welcome! and it says “My ChicBlog”.posted over 7 years ago
Like this? http://www.littlemissfashionangel.blogspot.com/
That’s my one! Basically, you can use lots of sites but I used www.blogspot.com. It’s easy to do, just follow the instructions… it takes a while to get it really good, I’m still working on mine. It is really fun though!
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10 points - Become a fan
5 points - Vote her photos into the Style Gallery
1 point - Post a comment on her photos
When ellemaniere reaches 200 Chic Points, she will be in the Style Council!
Tumblr is amazeballs, so many people and you can queue posts incase you’ll be on holiday !posted over 3 years ago
I’ve used so many Content Management Systems over the years. Wordpress, Blogspot, Typepad, Tumblr, etc. are all examples of free CMSs.
Wordpress is great if you want a lot of control over layout, widgets, etc. Two large websites that I have written for as a freelance writer still operate on Wordpress.
Tumblr is nice if you’re just starting out and want something simple. I use tumblr for my personal blog, With Love — there are a variety of free layout options and the interface is decent, and uncomplicated — which is important if you’re just getting started.
No matter what CMS you use, you can always register your own domain and have it show up at yourblog.com instead of yourblog.tumblr.com
Hope that helps!posted over 3 years ago
you can create free blog at wordpress or blogger to start.
after that you can upgrade to own domain like bimtri :D