What are some of the best blogging sites?

Question by TheRealCP1341: What are some of the best blogging sites?
I like to just complain about stuff that I feel is stupid and I want to know which people actually agree with me without them knowing who I am. What are good blogging websites that a lot of people use? So far I’ve heard of blogger.com but i don’t know how to get people to follow me.

Best answer:

Answer by thechosen117





believe me there is one that will fit you nicely!

What do you think? Answer below!


  1. Garfield says:


    They all are good and easy to use.

  2. Marwan says:

    WordPress.com is an easy and powerful way to start blogging.

    TypePad’s ease of use enables you to create a blog in minutes.

    Tumblr is your friendly, free, and terrifically easy tool for creating tumblelogs.

    LiveJournal is an online journal service with an emphasis on user interaction. A basic, fully-functional account is free, while paid accounts receive access to premium features. You can use LiveJournal in many ways: a private journal, a blog, a discussion forum or a social network.

    Soup is a tumblelog, a super-easy blog that can do more than just text: post links, quotes, videos, audio, files, reviews and events.
    Make your personal remix of the web: When you see something cool online, just click a button to add it to your Soup.
    Soup can aggregate everything you create online into one place, in your own style, at your own address.

    Start4all.com is the easiest way to start a blog, publish your thoughts and to place your links.

    Pen is the fastest way to publish content online. The tool allows you to quickly create beautiful text based pages in just seconds. The focus on Pen is all about the content.

    Penzu is a free online diary and personal journal with afocus on privacy. Easily keep a secret diary of thoughtsor a journal of notes and ideas secure and on the web

  3. :] says:

    A few of my friends use blogger.com and wordpress.com.

    Not sure if it is still alive, but a few years back, I actually used xanga.com. After a small revamp, the site became a little bit more difficult to navigate, though. xanga also tends to send a lot of emails for subscription and comment notifications.

    I actually made an account at tumblr.com yesterday, and I can say that I do like the site so far. It is very simplistic and easy to use and supports all types of media you would want to post. Your layout is customizable, so you can really personalize your blog. There are a plethora of talented people whose blogs you can also follow–writers, artists, comedians, whatever–and their updates appear on a dashboard, so there is no e-mail bombardment. A very user friendly site for if you want to get some ranting done.

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