GeekLog is a CMS (content management system) that is known for being really light weight, which will help your site load faster.  GeekLog CMS is great for building a blog or a blog-like website.  "Out of the box", GeekLog is a blog engine, or a CMS with support for comments, trackbacks, multiple syndication formats, spam protection, and all the other vital features of such a system.

Geeklog is an open source application for managing dynamic web content. It is written in PHP and supports MySQL, PostgreSQL, or MS SQL as the database backend.  So when choosing a web host for Geeklog, you want a web host that excels with PHP and MySQL (or PostgreSQL, or MS SQL).

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Here's four reasons why you should think about using GeekLog CMS for your blog or website:

  1. GeekLog is an easy to use CMS where you can quickly get your blog or website up and running.
  2. GeekLog is open source, which means you don't have pay for licensing fees.
  3. GeekLog has a big developer support community that has lots of articles and forum posts that can help you change your Geeklog site from the base installation.
  4. GeekLog has a lot of free plugins and created by the support community, which will help you customize your website or blog.

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