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My online blogging history dates back to 2012 when I was an event planner. I loved sharing the Nigerian culture with the world so I created a blog via the Blogspot platform created by Google. Back then, it was not an easy task to blog as there was no “Blogspot” app for mobile. This meant that before I could post anything on my blog, I needed direct access to a computer.

Few months into my blogging journey on Blogspot, I heard that I could create a free website on Wix. I remember spending an entire month figuring out how to create beautiful website pages using the pre-made templates. In the end, I managed to create something that looked decent however, the domain name was too long and I knew it was only a matter of time that I would need to get my domain name.

In the end, I did sign up to get my preferred domain name but I still was not satisfied. There was something about Wix that’s so limiting and I wanted the flexibility of being able to fully customize my blog.

I managed to use Wix for about six months until I finally decided to migrate to WordPress. If you are an entrepreneur and you’re looking to start your blogsite or website, I would definitely recommend you start with WordPress, if you have the funds.

[Here’s a perfect step-by-step tutorial for you if you want to start your own WordPress blog]

If you don’t have the funds, you can still start with the free WordPress which also has an app, however, there’s still one thing lacking. You can’t build a dynamic website with your WordPress app.

The app lets you write your blog posts, upload pictures and do basic things, but you can’t edit or work with themes or templates straight from your phone. You’d need a computer for that. Even when you have a computer, it still does not mean you can easily build a website especially if it’s not your area of expertise.

How then do you go about it?

Thankfully, there’s now an app that you can use in building a functional website straight from your phone. Other than the fact that you can use this app straight from your phone, you do not need any prior experience in coding. The app is called “Onuniverse“.

With this app, you can create stunning fully customizable website straight from your cell phone in 5 minutes or less! How cool is that?

Other than building a website, you can also use it to create a landing page for your products or even share curated information about your past, current or future events.

The best thing about this app is you can use its basic functions for free. To get rid of advertising and to have your own customized domain name you pay an additional $2.99 respectively.

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And oh, the app is only available to iPhone users and it’s definitely worth checking out if you’ve always wanted to build a professional looking website or landing page without having to retain the services of a professional or having the knowledge of coding or needing a computer.

Check it out right now and be on your way to showcasing your brand the way your audience wants it.

Thank you so much for reading! If you found value in this write-up, kindly share with others. Also, feel free to leave your comments or ask questions below.

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