A wiki farm is a site that offers hosting for wikis, often free, often created easily using their own custom software.

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EditMe
Offers paid wiki and content-managed website hosting. Active since 2003.
Miraheze
Offers free hosting of wikis. Uses the MediaWiki engine. Active since 2015
Referata
Offers free and paid hosting of semantic wikis, thus enabling wiki databases that allow to add, structure and store data to be used in many different ways. Uses the MediaWiki engine. Semantic by default. Active since 2009.
ShoutWiki
Offers free ad-supported hosting of wikis. Uses the MediaWiki engine. Active since 2009.
TeamWikis
Offers paid hosting of wikis for small-medium workgroups or organizations. Uses the ProjectForum engine. Active since 2011.
Wikia
Offers free ad-supported hosting of wikis. Uses the MediaWiki engine. Active since 2004.
Wikidot
Free wiki hosting service with focus on flexibility, features and availability. Interactions with other services, extended wiki syntax, uploads, forums, private messaging, access control, feeds. Active since 2006.
WikiHoster.net
Offers paid hosting of regular and semantic wikis, the latter enabling wiki databases that allow to add, structure and store data to be used in many different ways. Uses the MediaWiki engine. Active since 2011.
Wikispaces
A free wiki host providing community wiki spaces, visual page editing and discussion areas. Active since 2005.
Zoho Wiki
Offers free and paid wiki hosting. Uses self developed wiki engine.
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