- Ghost 1.0 – The Spirit of Blogging Future? — August 20, 2017
- WordPress vs Ghost: Should you ditch WordPress and start using Ghost? — March 18, 2018
- Ghost vs Wordpress: Which CMS is best for your Blogging Website? — 16 March, 2018
- Ghost Blogging Review 2017 — February 24, 2018
- WordPress vs. Ghost – Which is Best for Blogging? — February 26, 2018
- WordPress VS Ghost VS Medium – Which is best for blogging? — April 26, 2018
- Ghost, the open source blogging system, is ready for prime time — August 16, 2017
- Ghost vs. WordPress: A Purist Blogger's Dilemma — May 30, 2017
- Hard choices: Ghost versus WordPress — January 13, 2017
- Why I changed my blogging platform to Ghost(Pro) — 20 December, 2016
- Why I choose Ghost over WordPress — 25 June, 2016
- WordPress vs Ghost — unknown date
- Medium vs Ghost — unknown date
Most reviews will bring a valid point:
Ghost doesn’t have the power to drive e-commerce shops
Ghost by itself does not have a built-in tool to turn your website into a fullblown e-commerce website, but many tools let you just do that.
If you think about it, would you discard every tools that does not manage videos built in? I guess not. It makes sense to rely on a third party like YouTube to manage your videos and embed those videos on your site. The same logic applies on e-commerce tools.
Pick your favorite one and embed your e-commerce tool.
- https://gumroad.com/ (we use this one at FirePress)
Limited to bloggers?
Most reviews will bring this point:
Ghost is limited to publishing blogs
I strongly disagree. While Ghost is branding itself as « the professional publishing platform » you can see here that Ghost can build « standard websites » with or without a blogging section.
At the end of the day it's all about the way you structure your website, your navigation, the pictures you use (or not), etc.
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