A quick way to get off the ground would be using a "static site generator". These are applications that you build and configure locally (usually with little upfront development needed), and then the building process generates a deployable package.
Jekyll is often my go-to, and works great for blogs or other sites with static content. It uses Markdown and git for writing articles, instead of backend control pannel (like WordPress).
For deployment, Google Clouds App Engine is very likely the easiest, and hosting a static site simply requires a tiny configuration file: cloud.google.com/appengine/docs/st...
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