How to create a free blog

Either you’re a freelancer, who wants to showcase his skills/services or a brand striving to spread out your brand story then all you need a blog in the online space to get your word out there.

Blogging is dying, is a myth.

There’s still hundreds of people looking for creating a free blog site for different purposes. The fun fact is that the number of blogging sites are increasing with a much faster speed as people on the internet.

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However, the online space is already gotten much crowded. Every now and then a new blog goes live on the internet. The most amazing thing that goes and comes around the head is that creating a blog on these blogging sites do not cost anything for the infinite period of time.

30 Blogging Platforms

In this post, you will find a list of a best blogging platforms to get a blog right away.

  1. Blog
  2. WordPress
  3. Ghost
  4. Squarespace
  5. Posthaven
  6. Jekyll
  7. Kirby
  8. Medium
  9. Anchor
  10. Svbtle
  11. Postagon
  12. Contentful
  13. Tumblr
  14. Tinypress
  15. Postach.io
  16. Blogger
  17. LinkedIn
  18. Silvrback
  19. Penzu
  20. Weebly
  21. WIX
  22. Blogbond
  23. BlogSome
  24. EducationBlog
  25. BlogR
  26. Xanga
  27. VLog
  28. BlogSpirit
  29. Blogster
  30. Vox

Now What?

You have been given the exposure to all these companies that let you create a free site with them. Now what is your purpose and what you want to achieve with the blog.

Never confuse your goals with online world. Else, you will catch yourself being ineffective. However, I would like to add one more thing here, all the sites mentioned above have different specialties. Like for example, LinkedIn is a network of professionals. So before going to blog, you need to see where does your audience exists. Once you are clear about your audience. Then it is easy to create content for your target market and propose the solutions to their problems.

Aamir Khursheed is the founder of the techinism.com & is a young motivated writer, entrepreneur and a Public speaker. Currently, he is developing a new mindset for advanced entrepreneurship and pursuing his degree in Business Entrepreneurship.
  • A quite exhaustive list!

    That said, Blogger and WordPress give you more freedom, while using Medium or LinkedIn entails abiding to stricter standards.

    • Yeah. It’s because wordpress and blogger are CMS platforms. However, the purpose of medium and linkedIn are similar, but have different scopes.