For a simple
$299 $189 yearly or $29 $19 monthly fee, get a Ghost site with unlimited page views and subscribers and a generous 20,000 newsletter emails per month.
Daily backups keep your content safe and weekly software updates make sure you're running the latest and greatest publishing software.
Gloat handles everything so you can concentrate on your writing.
The same day I decided to launch a Ghost site, I got hooked up with Dan and Gloat.
Less than 24 hours later, my site was live and looked great. It shouldn't be this easy, but with Gloat it is.
Co-founder of Bleacher Report
Ghost is probably the best publishing platform out there. Publish an independent blog or email newsletter and optionally charge for premium content.
Ghost v4 was released in March 2021, solidifying Ghost as the best all-round publishing platform.
Ghost has a handful of killer features all built in:
Ghost is an amazing publishing tool. Get started with your publication today.
Start a powerful, customisable blog or newsletter for a simple subscription payment of $189/year or $19/month.
There are no extra fees for new subscribers or transactions if you start making money.
I liked how Ghost looked but didn't want to deal with the headache of starting all over again with a new platform.
Gloat is perfect. Dan helps you make the switch with no headache. Highly recommended!
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Gloat is my way of helping people get writing on the best publishing platform there is.
Ghost is my favourite publishing platform and I firmly believe in its mission for helping writers both publish and make money from their work.
Alongside Gloat hosting, I also help non-developers set up self-hosted sites and do custom Ghost development work. Go to gloat.dev for more details.
P.S.: I also run some other Ghost-related projects: