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Great article. But Tommy is right about "owning" your own content. This might not be a problem if you're just looking to get in front of an audience for fun.
But if you're blogging for business you still need to have a website, ideally one with some sort of blog attached. Having a "home base", where you do in fact own your content and can utilize some stronger marketing language will not be going away.