1.Blogger.com and Blogspot.com – Blogger is blogging platform by Google. If you create a Blogger/Blogspot blog, you will be given a blog address in the form of yourchosenname.blogspot.com. It is one of the most popular blog publishing tools and lets you easily share your thoughts with the world. Blogger makes it simple to post text, photos and video content. You can also make your blog protected and choose the readers you want to show your blog to.
2.WordPress.com is also one of the most popular blog publishing environments, which includes integrated statistics, automatic spam protection and other cool and necessary features. Creating a blog at WordPress.com will give you an blog address in the form of yourchosenname.wordpress.com. WordPress.com lets you password protect some posts or even password protect the whole content. Unlike at Blogger.com and Blogspot.com, readers don’t have to log in, they only have to know your password.
3.Blog.com and blog.co.uk provide a fully-featured publishing platform for free. Blog by yourself or establish a writing community, all under an address that looks like yourchosenname.blog.com or yourchosenname.co.uk
4. If you don’t want to hassle with internet marketing and do something yourself to find readers to your blog, you may want to try out Thoughts.com. When you sign up for a free blog and start posting, you will have an instant audience at Thoughts.com. At Thoughts.com, your postings will be displayed through the site and the community can easily find them, creating interesting conversations on real issues. They also allow you to upload and organize photos and videos, rate other member’s posts, participate in the forums and stay up to date with the latest news from around the world.
5.LiveJournal.com is a free service for all your journaling and blogging needs, offering privacy controls, photo storage, publishing tools, style templates and much more.
6.Tublr.com is a blog platform focused on allowing media-rich posts. You can also re-post other people’s thoughts.
7.If you’re looking for some privacy, then maybe Windows Live Spaces is a environment for you. It allows you to blog free using your MSN account, only drawback is readers have to have an account also.
8.If you are looking for some challenge, then maybe you want to try out WordCountJournal.com. It’s a new blogging format where you have to write one word on the first day, two words on the second day and so on, at the end of the year you’ll have written 66,795 words.
9.Xanga.com also offers free blogging, but it’s also a part social network.
10.OpenDiary.com offers unlimited storage and posts. It also allows you to upgrade to a Plus account, which has advanced features, such as no advertising, diary chapters, user blocking, in-diary searching, and more.