Perhaps this is one of the most famous blog platforms where Blogger is supported by Google, so it can be trusted and relied upon. It’s easy to create a Blogger.com blog because of its simple appearance and step by step help to start creating your own site here. There are many modification options.
Although there aren’t too many themes available, you can search for free templates on other websites or even you want to buy premium templates on other websites like themeforest.net.
Founded in 2012 by Evan Williams, the former Twitter CEO and one of the Blogger developers, along with Biz Stone. The medium.com blog platform offers stories with a different feel.
Wix has hundreds of unique and very professional templates that you can easily use to make your blog unique and different from others. You can also add applications to the site as well as an online store and link to social media accounts that you have.
For free accounts, pay attention when first registering, use a good username and no more than 18 characters because the username is used for your blog address later. I suggest you to register manually and not use social media accounts like Google or Facebook to register so you can determine your own username.
You can register for free to start creating a blog on this site. Here you can choose from several good themes. You can upgrade to the premium package at Blog.com where there is support for implementing your own domain name (TLD) that you want.
On the next list there is WordPress.com, where WordPress is one of the most popular blog platforms today and one of my favorites for blogging, including me i also use wordpress for blogging
WordPress is a super-flexible blog platform for anyone, from a blogger who likes to write to photographers who want to show their photos. You can also upgrade and get your own domain name. Like Tumblr, other WordPress users can “Reblog” the post you made.
Weebly has a lot of unique and modern themes for you to use for blogs that you register on Weebly. Weebly.com also offers support for e-commerce, iPhone applications for posting anywhere, and the ease of connecting blogs that you create to social media.
This site is very easy to use for the layman though which makes it very easy for anyone to dive right into the world of blogging.
Penzu is much liked because of its flexibility where there are three types of journals that you can create when registering a blog here: Daily Diary (public), Expressive Journal (personal), and Travel Journal. You can also try creating a dummy blog before actually registering on this site.
Tumblr is one of the best platforms when talking about visualization. Pictures, videos, music, all of that is really easy to display on a tumblr profile. For me personally Tumblr is the king of social media for blogs because of the “explore” feature that makes the community feel very aura.
There are many creative ways you can do to display pictures, videos, music on Tumblr. People can also “Reblog” your posts which will eventually make followers and fanbase blogs grow more and more popular.
If you want to create a professional web like company profile Webs.com is a very good platform to use. On Webs.com you can drag and drop site elements to adjust page views.
This site also has many features for e-commerce if you want to try to sell products. Unfortunately for free accounts are limited in making web pages where you are only allowed to make 5 web pages only.