Blog Platforms – Poll of the Week

This week’s poll is on a topic I’ve been wanting to investigate for a while now. The question is:

What Blog Platform Do You Use Most?

Are you a WordPress fan, MovableType, Drupal,, TypePad or do you prefer one of the other many varieties of ways of getting a blog online.

I’ve added the ability for you to add your own blog platform if the one you use isn’t in the starting list already.

Just to define the question (some people always ask for clarification) – the one you use on more blogs than any other blogging platform. If you only have one blog – the platform that runs it.

I’m also interested to hear the things you like and dislike about your blog platform in comments below.

Update: due to the large numbers of platforms being added this poll might be shortened and ended after the weekend or my sidebar might end up being three times longer than anything else on my pages! :-) So if you’re going to vote – do it soon!

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  1. I am using googlepages for my websites and blogger for my blogs. I have not yet tried any of blogging softwares which need to be downloaded but i will soon try them also. I am a newbie in this field ad i think blogger is best for beginners. Then once you know what blogging is and you need more and more functionality added to your blog then you can think of softwares. Hats off to blogger.

  2. Earn Easy says:

    WordPress and Joomla are the best I suppose…. Along with blogger and in old cms’s, mambo is good too