In this article, we will discuss some blogging websites. Following are some blogging given below:


1)Blog.com

Blog.com is one of the professional options for blogging which is available in both free as well as in premium version. You will get facilities like integration with popular social media websites, multi author blogs, tracking your blog through Google Analytics and selection of theme from its theme gallery. You can also use Blog.com premium features, you can have all of its premium features including a domain name.

Website: Blog.com

2)WordPress

WordPress was released on May 27, 2003, by Matt Mullenweg and Mike Little. WordPress is a free and open source management system (CMS) based on PHP and MySQL. It is installed on a web server, which can be either part of an Internet hosting service or is a network host. WordPress is for single-user testing or learning purposes. It includes features like plugin architecture and a template system. It is used by more than 26.4% of the top 10 million sites. It is the easiest and most popular blogging system in use on the web.


3)Posterous

Posterous is another blogging service like WordPress. You are able to post text, images, audio and video. You can change your theme easily. Posts can be imported from any number of sources and will also be “sent out” to Twitter and Facebook. To submit a post – and in fact to start your Posterous account, is to send an email to post@posterous.com. After doing so your account will automatically set up and your blog is created.


4)Squidoo

Squidoo is a Web site platform that allowed users to create pages, known as "lenses," which could be used to sell products for charitable donation or profit. Squidoo was a user generated web site that used the lens concept. The site reportedly consisted of 1.5 million "hand-built lenses" as of October 2010. “lensmaster” are those user who created the lens, could be anyone. On 15 August, 2014, Seth Godin announced that HubPages had acquired Squidoo.


5)ExpressionEngine

Expression Engine is a PHP+MySQL based paid CMS. Expression Engine is available in both free as well as in premium version. There is a basic free version with very limited features available for download. Expression Engine requires a license fee and most additional features are available as paid version.


6)Drupal

Drupal is a free and open source Content Management System framework written in PHP language. Drupal was first released on 18, May 2000. Drupal core is known as the standard release of Drupal contain basic features which is common to CMS (Content Management System). Drupal used for knowledge management and for business collaboration. 


7)Statamic

Statamic is a paid version and flat file CMS software. Free version is not available in Statamic.  Statamic does not store your site’s data in a database. Instead it uses PHP, Markdown and YAML to generate pages. It will build your site with Globals, Assets, Pages, Entries, Users and Taxonomies, each with unlimited fieldsets. You can build your site in your own language & serve your users content in their own way. 


8)MindStick

MindStick “Developer Section” blogs consists of invaluable series of programming blogs and tutorials for software developers, coders ad programmers. It was established in 2010, headquartered in Allahabad. MindStick blog is Microsoft ISV Gold Partner in software application development. They give services such as custom programming, product design, web design, database design and cutting edge mobile application development.


9)Ghost

Ghost is a free and open source blogging platform which is written in JavaScript and got MIT License, designed to simplify the process of online publishing for online publication as well as individual bloggers. Ghost was first published in November 2012 in a blog post by founder John O’Nolan, which generated enough response to justify coding a prototype version with collaborator Hannah Wolfe. The first version for Ghost was published in October 2013, was financed by Kickstarter campaign.


10)Weebly

Weebly was founded by chief executive officer David Rusenko (CEO), Chris Fanini (Chief technical officer) and Dan Veltri (chief operating officer) on March 26, 2006. Weebly is a web hosting service that feature drag and down website builder. The startup competes with Webs, WordPress.com, Wix.com, Yola, Squarespace.com, Jimdo, SnapPages and other web-hosting and creation websites. Weebly uses a simple widget based site builder that operation the web browser. All the sites elements are drag and drop which will automatically generates a mobile version of each website. Storage is unlimited but it also restricts individual file size.


  Modified On Mar-17-2018 12:19:32 AM

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