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Blogging platforms - Summer 2014

TheNextWeb.com story titled The best blogging and publishing platforms on the Internet today, which was updated in June 2014:

While social has changed how we communicate online, blogging remains a core part of things. In fact, the truth is that there’s never been a better time to blog. Social networks help build audiences and deliver content to readers.

The list according to the article with the links pointing to more info within the article:

  1. WordPress.com - WordPress.org
  2. Blogger
  3. Tumblr
  4. Medium
  5. Svbtle
  6. Quora
  7. Postach.io
  8. Google+
  9. Facebook Notes
  10. SETT
  11. Ghost
  12. Squarespace
  13. Typepad
  14. Posthaven
  15. LinkedIn Influencers

From this post: http://inessential.com/2014/10/04/blog_engine_choice added the following tools:

And of course MovableType.

Back in the summer of 2001, I started blogging by downloading, installing, and using Noah Grey's Greymatter static page blogging tool. I used it on the free hosting service called Hypermart until some time in 2003 or 2004. I also used Greymatter at work as a tool to manage work-related notes and other information. A lo-fi KMS.

Custom vs Off-the-Shelf









http://mattgemmell.com/designing-blogs-for-readers/ https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=5756815

#blogging - #blog_jr

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