Many people wonder whether substack is a good blogging platform. Since I’ve been blogging for 11 years and use substack for about a year, here’s what I think.
Pros of substack
-> Simple to use and set up paid subscriptions.
-> Thread option
-> It is free, however it takes 10% of the subscription profit, plus there is a credit card fee imposed by Stripe, which they use to handle payments.
-> There is a new voiceover option.
-> The post metrics are easily accessible..
Cons of substack
-> Formatting options are limited.
-> Unable to upload videos.
-> Limited available space.
It is a good way to support your work if you already have an audience or if your website is censored. It cannot substitute actual blog hosts. I use it to supplement my blog postings, broaden my readership, and make my work more accessible.
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I need your help. This blog and substack are my sole sources of income. Being an antinarrative activist has a high cost: I am a persona non grata. Nonetheless, I must pay the increasing expenses (post how to live for less soon).
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