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Top 5 Websites To Easily Create A Blog [FREE]

Last updated on 12/04/2014 by | Short URL: http://hbb.me/10mPeV1

We all know the sad story of Posterous shut down, and it is time for us to migrate to some other free blogging platforms. If you want to run a professional and full time blog, then you can try WordPress.org, else you can count on these 5 awesome free blogging platforms.

You might be confused which Blogging platform is best for you, but the question lies in the nature of blogging you do normally, it could be either personal or professional. You can use a custom domain name for your blog, and make it near to professional.

1. WordPress.com


WordPress.com or Blogger.com? This is one of the frequently asked questions by Bloggers. WordPress.com is a blog web hosting service provider owned by Automattic, and powered by the open source WordPress software. It provides free blog hosting for registered users and is financially supported via paid upgrades, “VIP” services and advertising.

2. Google Blogger


Blogger is a blog-publishing service that allows private or multi-user blogs with time-stamped entries. It was created by Pyra Labs, which was bought by Google in 2003.

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3. Tumblr


Tumblr is a microblogging platform and social networking website, owned and operated by Tumblr, Inc. The service allows users to post multimedia and other content to a short-form blog.

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4. LiveJournal


LiveJournal (LJ) is a social network owned by SUP Media where Internet users can keep a blog, journal or diary – a wide variety of political pundits also use the service for political commentary, particularly in Russia.

5. Weebly


Weebly is a free web-hosting service that features a drag-and-drop website builder. Time ranked Weebly number four out of the 50 Best Websites of 2007.

These are our top 5 free online blogging platforms, we made it top 5 so need to remove other popular ones. Do let us know your favourite ones in the comments below.

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On March 21, 2013 by in Blogging | Short Link: http://hbb.me/10mPeV1  

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15 Opinions on “Top 5 Websites To Easily Create A Blog [FREE]

  1. Julia Roberts says:

    I already used three of the five free blog creating service mentioned in this post. WordPress and the blogger platform is the best I think. I personally recommend the blogger platform for the beginners.

  2. Yasir Khan says:

    Creating a blog website can be one of the most powerful decisions you can ever take when it comes to your business. It acts like a central hub where you can get most of the traffic which can turn into leads and even sales.

  3. Yeah it may be powerful decisions one can ever take to creating a blog, but thing of matter is that, creating a blog is not a task but running a blog and getting decent traffic is challenge and I think WordPress is just awesome and Blogger is also good.

  4. I have used 3 of these – Blogger, WordPress and Tumblr. For professional blogs there is nothing better than WP, however when it comes to personal blogging – I somehow feel blogger is much better. Specially because when you are blogging as a hobby, you would like a simple approach to design etc and I think blogger has an edge in that.

  5. Live Journal and Weebly are not good as they have less functionalities. Everyone should go with wordpress and blogger. Tumble is good for micro blogging or for sharing quotes and personal ideas.

  6. Webly is numbered 6, it should be 5.

  7. I created blog in both WordPress and Blogger. Both are good and am getting genuine traffic in both. Nice post, thanks for sharing.

  8. Nice one, my favorites are always Blogger and Tumblr !!

  9. I had tried wordpress and i suggest it to everyone.

  10. WordPress (self hosted) is for professional. Newbies can try Blogger because it is the best free Blogging Platform gives you control over things. For personal blogs Tumblr and WordPress.com is best. I have tried LiveJournal and I have bad experience with them. Never tried Weebly but heard goo things about them. Thanks for this nice article bro. One thing to inform you that in my last comment my name has been edited while moderation. It shows Aakash Rohill instead of Aakash Rohilla. Please edit it. 😀

  11. Well, the existing platforms are extremely looking powerful way to create blog. WordPress is one of the best option among them. Google Blogger and Weebly are also promising options for blogger to create their blog. It’s one of creative featured concept for those who really want to create their blog.

  12. Most of the websites, you have mentioned in the post are new to me. Blogger is my favorite among them.

  13. well said and i like the 1st point about word press. it is an nice post.
    keep sharing.

  14. Nice. But the only issue with wordpress is regarding hacking activities. Keep safe, keep wp updated and be Happy !!!

  15. I have used Many CMS’s. Personally i like WordPress because of the number of available plugins, customizations and its SEO friendly.

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