- How do I blog with Wix?
- Is Wix good for blogs?
- Can I have two blogs on Wix?
- How do I make two blogs on Wix?
- Can you make money from a Wix blog?
- How do bloggers get paid?
- Is Wix better than GoDaddy?
- Does Wix own your content?
- Is Wix cheaper than WordPress?
- How do I move a blog post on Wix?
- Can I have two websites on Wix?
- How do I add categories to my Wix blog?
How do I blog with Wix?
To create a blog post within the Wix Editor, in the Wix Blog Menu select ‘Main > Create a Post’.
This will open the Post Manager, which uses the same layout as the Post Editor on the live site.
You can also edit your posts in the Wix Editor in a similar way as on the live site.
Is Wix good for blogs?
Wix is yet another amazing blogging platform for creating stunning websites. With plenty of easy drag and drop templates and free site hosting, Wix is one of the best free blog sites to start a new blog. It is user-friendly yet it may take a while for the beginners to come through multiple features.
Can I have two blogs on Wix?
Currently, having more than one Wix Blog on your site is not supported. We are always working to update and improve our products, and your feedback is hugely appreciated. If this is a feature you would like to see in the future, please click Vote for this feature and we’ll make sure to keep you updated.
How do I make two blogs on Wix?
When you add the new Wix Blog to your site, you automatically get two pages and can add a third. Find out about each of these pages, what they are, how to customize them, and more.
The Post Page
- Click the My Blog icon
- Click Blog Pages.
- Click Post.
- Click the Post Page in the Editor.
- Click Settings.
Can you make money from a Wix blog?
Yes, you can make money with WIX in a few different ways. The first and most direct way is to become an affiliate for WIX and refer people through its affiliate program to earn a commission. The next methods are to create sites to sell your own service or product by creating sales pages through the WIX platform.
How do bloggers get paid?
One of the most common ways bloggers make money is through placing ads on their site. There are two popular types of ads: CPC/PPC Ads: Cost per click (also called pay per click) ads are usually banners that you place in your content or sidebar. Each time a reader clicks on the ad, you are paid for that click.
Is Wix better than GoDaddy?
Wix is a more powerful builder than GoDaddy, providing better quality features and more scalable plans. GoDaddy, on the other hand, is more limited when it comes to features and customization – but what it lacks in power, it makes up for in speed!
Does Wix own your content?
For free sites: The owner of any sites or content is the owner of the Wix account under which the content was created. In most cases, the owner of the account is considered to be the person or entity who has access to the email address listed in Wix’s records.
Is Wix cheaper than WordPress?
WordPress is open-source, which means it’s free for anyone to use and modify (though hosting, themes and plugins can all cost money). Wix is easier to use but less flexible while WordPress is more flexible but has a steeper learning curve— deciding between the two is a question of tradeoffs.
How do I move a blog post on Wix?
For information about the new Wix Blog, click here. Your blog posts appear in chronological order.
To change a blog post’s creation date:
- Open the Blog Manager.
- Hover over the relevant post and click Edit.
- Click the blog post date.
- Select a date and time.
- Click Done.
- Click Update Post.
Can I have two websites on Wix?
If you have multiple sites in your Wix account, the sites are completely separate from one another and have no connection other than the fact that they can be edited from the same account. Note: A Premium Plan cannot be used for multiple sites. Each site you want to upgrade must have its own Premium Plan.
How do I add categories to my Wix blog?
To create a category:
- In the Editor, click to select the Wix Blog app.
- Click Manage Posts.
- Click Blog.
- Click the Categories tab.
- Click New Category.
- Enter a category label in the Category Label field (appears in the blog menu and at the bottom of blog posts in this category).