WordPressWordPress started in 2003 with a single bit of code to enhance the typography of everyday writing and with fewer users that you can calculate on your fingers and toes. Since then it has grown to be the heaviest self-hosted blogging tool in the world, used on millions of sites and seen by tens of millions of people every day.

WixWix has powerful technology that makes it simple for everyone to go online with a beautiful, professional and usable web presence. No creative limits, no coding – just complete freedom to show yourself and manage your entire business online.

weeblyFounded in 2007, Weebly is a San Francisco-based, global platform that allows people easily create a unique website, blog or online store. Millions around the world use Weebly to start their own business, sell online, showcase their achievements and communicate with visitors in a thoughtful and meaningful direction. Designed with the first-time business owner in mind, Weebly gives everyone the freedom to establish a high-quality site that works brilliantly across any device.

websWebs, formerly Freewebs, is a freemium, primarily static site-only web host founded in 2001. The service offers free and premium website hosting plans, and their own template web site building service. Unusually, Webs does not put up any dynamic content support aside from their own dynamic “apps”, despite offering FTP access and allowing HTML uploads. The App Store was removed when the new site builder was put out. Although many users want it back, webs has not jet taken any natural processes.

TumblrTumblr allows you to share anything effortlessly. Post text, photos, quotations, links, music, and videos from your browser, phone, desktop, email or wherever you happen to be. You can customize everything, from colors to your theme’s HTML.

tinypressTinyPress allows you make and manage your blog on Github via Github pages. Github pages are simple static websites [and/or web logs] for you and your projects, freely hosted and published through GithuTinyPress features a clear, clutter-free interface to create a page (if you don’t have one already), edit, delete and create new posts.

SvbtleSVBTLE is a writing and reading network designed from the ground upwards to work the same way your brain does. It helps you overcome catastrophic thinking. Svbtle is blogging with everything else taken away. It’s a flow of unpublished ideas, or draft works-in-progress, on the left side, and a list of printed articles on the right. It’s designed to help you curate thoughts and stories, work on them slowly, and publish when you’re ready.

Square spaceSquarespace is a SaaS-based content management system (CMS) which is composed of a website builder, blogging platform and hosting service. The service allows individuals and businesses to create and maintain websites and web log Since launching in 2004, Squarespace has grown to over 500 employees in 190 countries, and millions of users have created internet sites on the Squarespace platform.

postachPostach.io is the easiest path to publish the thoughts you’re already capturing in your Evernote. If you currently have notes in your Evernote account, you’re quick to publish right now. After a 30 second set up on the Postach.your web website, you simply tag notes “published” in the Evernote app on any web or mobile device to publish them on your Postach. The blogs support all the content that Evernote supports, including audio, video, text and photo spota, etc.

penzuPence is a private online diary-hosting site. Users can create written entries similar to a standard personal journal, and can also upload photographs from their devices.Penzu uses a freemium business model with special paid features, including unique fonts, AES encryption, rich text formatting, and others. As of 2014, the website has over 1 million users in 170 nations worldwide.

livejournalLiveJournal is an online community, a social network, and a blank space for self-expression. They strive to produce an environment where you can connect with others, share your thoughts, and be yourself. Their core values lead us to protect and cultivate that community. They focus on the idea like community strengthening,  creativity,  privacy,  diversity and self-expression.

mediumA medium, a place where everyone has a story to share and the best ones are rendered right to you.Every day, thousands of people turn to Medium to publish their ideas and views i.e. Leaders, Artists, Thinkers, And ordinary citizens who have a story to recount. Positions range from scrutinies of world affairs to deeply personal essays.

ghostA ghost is a detached and open source blogging platform written in JavaScript and distributed under the MIT License, designed to simplify the process of online publishing for individual bloggers as well as online publication.  The concept of the Ghost platform was first floated publicly in November 2012 in a blog post .

BloggerBlogger is a blog-publishing service that allows multi-user blogs with time stamped entries. It was acquired by Google in 2003. Mostly, the blogs are hosted by Google at a subdomain of blogspot.com. Web logs can also be hosted at the registered custom domain of the blogger (like www.example.com). blogspot.com domain publishings will be redirected to the custom domain. A user can throw up to 100 blogs per account.

15) Google +
IMG_20160529_111850Google+ (pronounced and sometimes written as Google Plus) Is an interest-based social network that is possessed and operated by Google Inc. The service, Google’s fourth foray into social networking, experienced strong growth in its initial years, although usage statistics have varied, depending on how the service is defined. Google executives have overseen the product, which has undergone significant changes leading to a redesign in November 2015.2015.

HubPages, Joomla, Quora, TypePad, Drupal, Squidoo, FacebookNotes, Sett, PostHaven, Posterous , ZoomShare, Xanga and many more sites are available for bloggers!!