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The 18 best blogging platforms on the internet in 2015

The 18 best blogging platforms on the internet in 2015
Despite ongoing cries that blogging is slowly dying, there are still tons of people looking to start new blogs for the first time or move to a better home on the Web. We wrote a comprehensive guide to blogging platforms two years ago, but the landscape has changed dramatically in that time, with new entrants and technologies offering completely new approaches to writing. Here’s our ultimate guide to the best places for getting your blog set up for the first time, or as a new home for those who are tired of what they’re already using. Recommended Business Apps A quick primer There are a whole lot of confusing words and technologies involved in setting up your own blog, so consider this your glossary. Hosted This is usually provided by a company that manages the entire blog for you. Self-hosted A self-hosted blog means paying a company like Digital Ocean to rent a server, then downloading some blogging software to install on your own. Domain name You’ll also see references to sub-domains. Ghost

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Blogging With Students Skip to content Blogging With Students This series guides you step by step through the process of class and student blogging. Each step includes links to class blogs being used by educators so you can check out how other educators use their blogs.

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