(F) Drugal? Drupal?
(G) Joomla and Joomla tutorials
(H) Knoll (Knool?)
(I) None of the above
My experience is limited, if you write detailed article on separate topics, hub pages is a bit simpler than standard blogs, each page is more of a self contained entity, one ca nlookup all of an author’s works, hub pages has a 60/40 revenue sharing scheme for ads you may place on the page.
Google’s Blogger is very poplar, it’s a bit simpler and limited than the industry standard WordPress, you can add your own vanity domain name, obtained elsewhere for about /yr. because Google owns them they seem to get indexed with no problem.
You can google | site:blogspot.com yourtopic | to see example blogger blogs.
Most free blogs will give you something like myBlog.blogspot.com
With your custom domain it can by mBlog.com (sorry that one is taken)
Many of the blog hosts have proprietary systems (like blogger) that you have to relearn on each different host.
WordPress.com uses the most popular blog engine, WordPress, what you learn there will apply to blogs you may create in the future. When you graduate to your own hosting account costing some – /month you will be able to install a free WordPress blog there.and have access to all of the bells and whistles not included on wordpress.com. Themes and plugins have made WordPress quite versatile, there are many sites you would not recognize as being blogs.
on: 26th September 11