Remember LiveJournal? People loved that site and kept theirs up until very recently. In the social media landscape, that act of reading someone else’s journal really connected people in a very specific way. Dreamwidth is a website that is sort of like that.
This site doesn’t look like much. Honestly, the website looks like a place where you buy car parts. It’s very utilitarian upfront but it’s hiding a pretty wonderful community and interactions under it. The site lets people post their creative works, whatever kind they make, in their journals. They are sorted by subject and creatives can become parts of communities.
There is a limited free service and for more functions you will have to pay monthly fee. Paid accounts allow for more inbox space, subscriptions as well as a few other administration perks. The general services stay the same between paid and free accounts.