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Mike Johnston

By Mike Johnston

November 4, 2019

Elementor today announced that over three million sites have been built using its platform. The platform reduces the need for web creators to code with its cutting-edge platform on WordPress. Elementor serves a rapidly growing customer base of web professionals including builders, designers, and marketers in 147 markets, and boasts a new website created every 10 seconds on its... Read More →

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Laura Martisiute

By Laura Martisiute

October 28, 2019

Write.as is a no-frills ad-free publishing platform that lets you write down your thoughts, even if you don’t have an audience in mind. You can keep your posts private or share them anonymously, but you can also create a public blog. That being said, Write.as isn’t suitable for more complex blogging, content marketing, or building a website. Read on for our full review on Write.as... Read More →

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Mike Johnston

By Mike Johnston

October 28, 2019

Lately, we've been seeing a shift towards simple, responsive, minimalist blogging platforms. More and more, people are looking for solutions that help them focus on their writing and offer distraction-free environments that enable them to do so quickly and effectively.For years, WordPress has been the star of the show when it comes to blogging, but lately it seems to be developing into a more... Read More →

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Sulu, the Symfony CMS

Sulu, the Symfony CMS

Mike Johnston

By Mike Johnston

October 28, 2019
Mike Johnston

By Mike Johnston

October 28, 2019

Sulu is a content management system built on Symfony PHP.  Defining itself as a content management “platform”, Sulu focuses on facilitating highly customized content administration and publishing environments on the back end. Symfony and Sulu are both open-source, free, and backed by significant professional communities and expert support.A single installation of Sulu can manage multiple... Read More →

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Laura Martisiute

By Laura Martisiute

October 24, 2019

You might have heard of Ghost — an open-source blogging platform that launched in 2013. Ghost was founded by John O’Nolan, a former WordPress employee who grew frustrated with the complexities of the traditional blogging platform and decided to do something about it.Today, more than a million people and businesses use Ghost, including Apple, Tinder, and Mozilla. This number is likely to... Read More →

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