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We've compiled a list of 66 free and paid alternatives to JoomBlog. The primary competitors include WordPress, Tumblr. In addition to these, users also draw comparisons between JoomBlog and Blogger, Ghost, Grav. Also you can look at other similar options here: Social Software.


WordPress
Free Free Trial Subscription

Powering 34% of the web, WordPress.com offers a secure, flexible, and potent platform for building your online presence. Tailored to meet your business needs, it provides unmatched versatility and strength, ensuring your website stands out.

Tumblr is a place to express yourself, discover yourself, and bond over the stuff you love.

Blogger is a blog publishing service. Create your blog.

Ghost
Open Source

Ghost is a fully open source, hackable platform for building and running a modern online...

Grav
Free Open Source

The modern open source flat-file CMS

Jekyll
Free Open Source

Jekyll is a simple, blog aware, static site generator.

Octopress
Free Open Source

Octopress is a framework designed by Brandon Mathis for Jekyll, the blog aware static site...

blogstrap.py
Free Open Source

blogstrap.py is a simple, no frills blog content management system powered by Twitter's...

JoomBlog is Joomla CMS blog component that allow to create personal/team blog with smart...

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JoomBlog Overview

JoomBlog is Joomla CMS blog component that allow to create personal/team blog with smart navigation, comments and social share options. Advanced SEO features like Facebook meta tags and SEO score are also included.

JoomBlog Features

tick-square Blogging

JoomBlog Platforms

Windows Web-Based Linux Mac

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Social Software

JoomBlog Tags

joomla-extension

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