If you are a 90s kid, you would definitely know Tumblr. It still exists though, but the usage is pretty fewer thanks to the domination of the Big 3 of social media, Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.
Tumblr is comparable to a hybrid of Instagram and Facebook since it is a microblogging platform that mostly contains visual content. The best part of Tumblr is that it can be used more like a blog, like with your own URL which can be even shared with others to view/contribute.
But the bad news is that Tumblr is on a serious decline. It is because of the restriction on the content that can be posted on them, most importantly the NSFW content. This sadly coincided with the better featured Big 3 social media platforms. So, if you still want to have that blogging like experience, here are some alternatives that we have tested.
This is another alternative to Tumblr which is owned by Google. Unlike WordPress, this is completely free and is a great platform for creative individuals to showcase their talent. The social sharing features and interface might be a little dip compared to Tumblr, but if you are into reading a notebook like a blog content then this is the one for you. There is an added advantage of the integration of Google services such as Adsense etc.
If you are willing to spend extra bucks on cool Blogger themes, you can make it look like a professional blogger web – page. One advantage of using Blogger is that there are loads of resources such as themes, widgets, and even content that has been specifically made for the platform.
This is something that millions of young individuals, business people and bloggers must have used or come across at some time.
Through WordPress, you can create your own blogs, customize it and share it with others through a customizable link. If you are willing to spend a little extra, you can also create an entire website through WordPress by using their domain and hosting services.
WordPress is a complete solution for businesses and creators as well. You can implement many exciting plugins to your page and practice say, digital marketing strategies on them. In fact, many popular websites of businesses still run on WordPress. The whole interface is really exciting for a blogger, to be honest!
If you are an avid reader, looking for a diverse range of quality content, there is no way you will not like Medium. It has blog content from various famous writers, budding writers on many topics from Science to Productivity. You can follow individual writers or even special publications as well that publish content on a specific theme.
The best part? You can even write! For free! Just show off your best writing skills and if they are good, you will earn claps and comments. Many long-writers are even earning through the Medium Partner Program.
So, if you are serious about writing kind of blogging, Medium should be on your list.
Although it is not directly a blogging website, it works in a similar manner where people share content, read content, and interact with the other users on the platform. It is one of the most popular communities on the Internet, it allows you to publish content in the form of links, images of GIF’s and readers or users can either upvote or downvote them if they like it or dislike it respectively. You can join various groups/channels/forums specifically on a topic or theme.
You can create your own community and make it grow. Or you can simply use other communities as a forum to discuss various themes. The possibilities are endless! Reddit is famously known as the ‘The Front Page of the Internet’.
So, these were the top Tumblr Alternative Websites, and there are plenty of others on the Internet which provides the same features but are not exactly as popular as these on the list. Explore them now and enjoy your blogging experience!