August 24, 2010

List of Blogging Services

  • Bibli.Ca

     Publish and share your creations - poems, short stories, scripts, plays,
    snippets, novels. Till today - 2267 creations published by 549

  • Blogger
      A Google Service

     Creating your blog with Blogger takes just a few easy steps. In a matter
    of minutes you can start posting text, photos, videos, and more to your
    blog. Post as often as you want; it's free. Check out this article on

    How to get started
    or watch the

    How to create a blog with Blogger video

  • Blog Spirit-
      BlogSpirit was created in 2004 by a committed
    team linked with a common goal: bringing high quality, ready to use and
    tailor-made blogging services at the best price in order to satisfy the
    needs of the individuals and businesses.

  • BlogSpirit has 2 high quality
    offers allowing you to easily manage your blog or photoblog. Each offer has
    more than 100 exclusive functionalities.You can subscribe for any of the two
    offers for the time you prefer (from a minimum of 3 months).

  • Bryght

    Bryght Light
    is loaded with tools designed to start an online conversation
    and create a vibrant site for most any purpose. Ideal for start-ups, groups,
    and hobbyists, the quick-starting Bryght Light allows you to launch within
    minutes - and change the site without technical skills.

    • Create - individual member
      blogs and image galleries

    • Produce - add audio podcasts
      and embedded video

    • Design - choose from many
      themes to customize your site's appearance

    • Feedback - surveys, visitor
      comments, and forums

    • Share - granular RSS feeds and
      social bookmarking.

  • Classcaster
    is a course blogging system that provides faculty,
    librarians, and staff of

    CALI member schools
    with a new way to interact with students and
    communities. A Classcaster® blog provides authors with tools for
    posting not only traditional blog articles but also tools for podcasting and
    sharing any documents and/or files with students and communities. Classcaster®
    is a service that is still growing and new features are being added regularly.
    To keep current on what is going on with Classcaster®, check out

    Classcaster® News
    . If you happen to encounter anything unexpected or odd,
    please send an email to Elmer (

  • Vox -
    Vox is a free personal blogging service.

    Blogging is fun again. With powerful privacy controls and hundreds of
    beautiful designs, Vox is a great place to build your online neighborhood. Add
    seamless integration with popular web services like Flickr and YouTube, and we
    think you'll agree that.… Vox makes sharing your life with friends and family,
    easy, safe, and fun.

  • Invention DB

     InventionDB is a place where you can archive and show your work.This site
    is powered by OPDB software, which is designed to help people and groups
    quickly create online project portfolios. Anyone may register for a free user
    account. The Open Project Database Organization develops and hosts this
    web-based application, called OPDB, to enable people and communities to
    easily build online portfolios of their projects.

  • Kulando

     No matter what you have to say, a

    gives you a voice on the Internet and kulando help you with this
    simple and to publish from anywhere.It is very easy to write articles and
    format. Es sind keinerlei HTML -Kenntisse notwendig. There
    are no HTML knowledge required. With a single click you can
    easily post photos and documents, or simply exchange. Ausserdem hast du die
    Möglichkeit Bilder von Foto-Communities wie

    einzubinden. Also you have the possibility of photo images of
    communities like

    involved. In addition to its own subdomain (you.
    each user has a

    profile page
    and can accommodate other bloggers with similar interests,
    for example, or people who live in the neighborhood find.

  • Live Journal

    You can use LiveJournal in many ways: a private journal, a blog, a
    discussion forum or a social network. LiveJournal is an online journaling
    community, where people from around the world share stories, discuss topics
    and keep in touch with friends. It's a free service that you can use for
    meeting people and creating bonds through writing and sharing.

  • It's free to create an

  • Easily connect with others like

  • Instantly publish words and

  • Share with friends anytime, from

  • Magnoto

     Make your photos, notes (blogposts), small videos and audios magnetic in
    the web - just like sticking them on your refrigerator door! Send your
    content via e-mail to your page. It can't be easier.

  • Tumblr

     Post anything. Tumblr makes it effortless to share text, photos,
    quotes, links, music, and videos, from your browser, phone, desktop, email,
    or wherever you happen to be. Customize everything. Tweak everything
    from colors to your theme's

    HTML markup
    . Even use your own domain name.

  • WordPress-

     You can get a blog started in less time than it takes you to read this
    sentence. All you need is an email address. You’ll get your own address (like, a selection  of great free
    and customizable designs for your blog (we call them themes), 3 gigabytes of
    file storage (that’s about 2,500 pictures!) and all the other great features
    listed here. You can blog as much as you want for free, your blog can be
    public to the world or private for just your friends, and our premium
    features are completely optional.

  • Typepad-

    TypePad gives you complete control over what, when and how you publish
    content to your blog. You can create blog posts in minutes, from your desk
    or on the go, and make your blog stand out with our easy-to-use features.

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