Do you need a CDN for a blog

I find a lot of blogs use CDNs these days this made me wonder if they seriously need a CDN or is it just because they can get one. What felt weird was how personal blogs used CDN, where the content was mostly text. I believed strongly that they used CDNs because the website was powered by a heavy CMS or was served by a slow server, because of my previous experience of hosting on a slow shared hosting service and use of WordPress, thank you iPage for that experience. Now I use Digital Ocean, which offers VPS(Virtual Private Servers) called as droplet and gives you the option to choose from a wide verity of locations, so you can have a server close to you or your visitor.

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