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    Medium

    Everyone's stories, now w/ an inline editor, tags & stream

    Cyril
    CyrilI make things look nice. · Written
    Of course :)
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    Ghost

    Blogging and Publishing. Free. Open. Simple.

    John Borden
    John BordenCreative Coder from New Mexico · Written
    My personal go-to. Open source, but if you want you can opt for them to host it and manage all the nitty gritty details. Big fan of it's minimal markdown editor.
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    Jackmail WP Newsletters, by Sarbacane

    The best WordPress Newsletter Plugin with high delivrabilty!

    Marcelo Risoli
    Marcelo RisoliWeb app developer · Written
    I like Hugo, Jekyll, Pelican, Ghost, Medium, all for different reasons, but WordPress is still number one thanks to its community and vast array of plugins.
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    Squarespace

    Create beautiful websites and blogs easily

    Nora Conrad
    Nora ConradOwner of NoraConrad.com · Written
    I used WP for 5 years before switching over and I've never looked back. You set it up and never have to worry about updates, hiring designers or developers. It's so simple to use but still works beautifully.
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    Blogo

    The easiest & fastest way to write, publish & manage blogs

    Andrew Curry
    Andrew CurryVP of Digital Strategy, TYR Digital · Written
    When it comes to tools to actually write and publish to your chosen platform, I love using this app, especially with Wordpress blogs.
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    Jekyll 2.0

    Transform your plain text into static websites and blogs.

    Mike Coutermarsh
    Mike CoutermarshEngineer @ PlanetScale · Written
    I love Jekyll. You have to know some code / be tech savvy to use it. Can write posts in markdown and easily publish a static site. With Jekyll you "own" everything - isn't on someone else's platform. Can use github flow with pull requests to change content (or have readers fix typos for you).
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