Why I use this site

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Let’s face it, there’s a ton of blog sites on the internet.

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You can become so overwhelmed by all the options with different features and so on. In fact, you could spend more time researching on blogs than writing, perhaps so much that you may never get the chance to start blogging in the first place.

So I had a choice, like you, to find the most popular, simple, effective and easy to use blog site possible.


I figured that if it showed up in Google’s top 10 then it had to be a popular site, decent too! Why? My friends, the blog market is saturated, today anyone can create their own blog-site off the fly in a few hours.

The difference is creating a site that has enough quality user experience that it features on Google’s first page. That means, doing better in this category than the millions of other blog-sites on the internet. That cuts out 99% of the problem and we can be sure that whatever is on page 2,3 and plus on Google, is probably not going to offer anything better in terms of user experience. Seekyt makes it on Google’s first page, at least on a number of important keywords.

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So, what about Google’s top 10 then?

This is where I spent most of my time deciding what blog-site to use. The reason I went for Seekyt, was because I utterly enjoy the feel, friendliness and the promptness of it all.

Have you ever posted an article where you had to wait 10 days for approval? If yes, then welcome, because here these guys are fast! Faster than any other blog-site I’ve used and I’ve used many, including sites like myLot and hubpages.

Another thing that made it worth-while is the flexibility when creating a post, yet still having the simplicity of it all. Don’t you hate having to navigate through tons of modules, options and requirements? It turns out that you’ll spend 10% of your time writing and the other 90% sorting out, setting up and scrolling to the top in order to edit your text. What’s the point, to blog?

Welcome to Seekyt, where you don’t have to put up with all that nonsense.

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Janice is a writer from Chicago, IL. She created the "simple living as told by me" newsletter with more than 12,000 subscribers about Living Better and is a founder of Seekyt.