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Blog for Choice Ghost is the best platform for blogging after Wordpress

I am blogging enthusiasts and blogging for something of my interest since from 2008. I have gone through wordpress.com, blogger.com and persolized blog based on wordpress.org

Recently I just found a wordpress alternative ghost.org which is based on Node.js framework. I just love its simplicity easy to install and easy to use.

The installation also very easy just you have to put npm install and done.

If you are good in Javascript then you can modify the source code also. Its too flexible I just love the Ghost platform.

If you want to try Ghost then you can visit http://www.ghost.org It is like wordpress in Node.js or you can view my personal blog build on Ghost at http://blog.alayaran.com

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