Blogging: Platform

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Blogging platforms allow users to quickly launch a blog on the web. The most popular free platforms are not subject-specific; Many cater to a specific industry. Blogging platforms allow the user to load his/her own text, photos, videos and other content.

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Blogger is a blog publishing platform developed by Pyra Labs, bought by Google in 2003. Blogs are hosted by Google at a subdomain of, or hosted in a registered custom domain.
By Ghost
Ghost is a simple, clean and uncluttered blogging platform that works on any device. Ghost features team collaboration tools and a marketplace with attractive, responsive templates.
Live Center is the market’s most flexible live blogging solution that give you full control of the live blog's design and comes with a powerful and intuitive editor. The solution allows you to create custom post visuals and elements such as scoreboar...
By Medium
Medium is a collaborative blogging platform with a simple editing interface and well designed content.
  Compare is the blog platform that lets Evernote users convert their notes into a published blog with the push of a button. blogs support all the content that Evernote supports, including audio, video, text and photo posts.
  Compare is a subscription blog site. The site provides a sleek, clean platform for the blogger seeking a distraction-free experience.
Squarespace Blog is a blogging platform that features layout templates, media management, and real-time comments.
By Tumblr
Tumblr is a popular blogging platform and social networking website that allows users to upload and post multimedia and other content of their own to their blog, as well as access, post and share content created by others.
TypePad is an online service that enables users to host and publish weblogs and photo albums.
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