How to Create a Blog on Weebly

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weebly blogsCreating a blog on Weebly is very easily accomplished.

Weebly has all the layout, formatting and blog tools prepared for all Weebly users. All you have to worry about is creating your blog posts or content.

One great aspect is that Weebly already has a Twitter and Facebook button embedded in each and every one of your blog posts. So your blog readers can share or “Like” your posts effortlessly.

Weebly recently came out with a very important tool for blog building – threaded comments.  During the filming of our Weebly video tutorial, Weebly has yet to implement this tool so you won’t see it in our video.  However, we have tested the tool out and it is as simple as any other Weebly tools to use. It is just one step closer to becoming a full blogging platform (though some other improvements could still be made).

In any case, you should realize that the Weebly blog tool is just a tool available under Weebly, and that Weebly is first and foremost a website builder, and not a blogging platform. Equipped with this understanding, Weebly’s blog tools are perfectly functional, and forms a great addition to a website!

In this Weebly tutorial video, we’ll show you how to quickly get a blog setup in Weebly and some high level over view of some of the tools available for your blog building. We’ll also show you how to create, edit and publish a post.

Watch this Weebly tutorial video and we’ll show you how to setup a simple Weebly blog!

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A standard blog page in Weebly looks pretty average, pretty plain.

If you want to make your blog page more professional, to help you stand out from the crowd, read this blog post to see how Weebly Blog templates can help you!

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  2. patricia says:

    is there anyway in weebly where some of the posts of the blog can be shown in the standard page? i mean in the home, without making the blog your home page.


    • divtag says:

      Hi Patricia,

      Unfortunately, blog posts can only be created using Weebly’s blog pages, so your posts has to be within the blog page.

      But you don’t necessarily need to use the blog page as your home page. You can insert a “normal” webpage as your home page.

  3. Michelle says:

    Is there a way where some blog posts can be shown in another “Blog Page”? For example, I have 5 posts in RECIPES blog page then I’d like 3 of those posts to appear in another blog page DESSERTS? Copying the blog posts one by one to anothe Blog Page is a tedious task.

    Do they have a functionality like the one in Blogger where you can map the labels/categories to a page in order for the posts to appear? Thanks

    • divtag says:

      Hey Michelle,

      Unfortunately Weebly doesn’t have a way for you to “connect” blog posts across different blog pages. So if you want the same post to appear on another blog page, I think you have to manually copy & paste it.

  4. Yomi Agbebi says:

    Can you make a Blog page your Home page in weebly?

  5. Sylwia says:

    Hi! How can I automatically add “related posts” under each of my posts? Also, how can I add “most popular” somewhere on the side? When watching a published website, there is a lot of free space, but when I am editing it, it seems like there is no space, because the tools take it over ;-) Can you please help? Thanks in advance!

    • divtag says:

      Unfortunately Weebly doesn’t have any tools to automate these for you. You will have to manually create these related post and most popular links yourself. It’s a pain, but hopefully Weebly will add more blog functions soon!

  6. Nathali says:

    Actually, why when I post at my weebly blog. It says, my blog need a site?