Voog is well-equipped to create a stunning website, especially if you take advantage of its coding. The problem with its feature lineup is that it’s not good at bringing traffic to your website because there’s no dedicated SEO tool, making it difficult to rank well.
With that in mind, there are powerful tools waiting to shine in its editor, so let’s tackle the most important ones.
Adding a new blog post on Voog is straightforward. Create a new blog entry and the software will automatically generate the page for it, so all you have to do is populate it with content.
Editing the page is also easy. You can edit the body content, page title and tags and see the end result in real time.
It’s rare to see such a simple approach to blogging in a website creator. Wix makes you fill out forms to set up a new post and you can’t fully edit the page like you can a homepage. It makes up for it in other areas, though, as you can see in our Wix review.
Voog is a true content management system, allowing you to save drafts, set publish dates and even add regular elements on a page, such as social buttons and image carousels.
Unfortunately, the feature is not without fault. You can’t have post topics or integrate with Facebook for the comment section, which diminishes a user’s experience on your website.
That said, there aren’t a lot of issues, which makes Voog a good choice for blogging. If you want a more powerful CMS, you could try WordPress. It’s built for blogging, so if that piques your interest, read our beginner’s guide to using WordPress. Unlike Voog, it doesn’t include web hosting, though. If you’re taking that path, read our best web hosting for WordPress guide, too.