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Blogger vs wordpress

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by woodley, Aug 19, 2009.

  1. loftluck123

    loftluck123 Member

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    Yeah there are much more wordpress themes to choose from than blogger. also wordpress lets you customize and play around with you there that blogger does not!
    SEMrush
     
    loftluck123, Sep 5, 2014 IP
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    #1002
    I use blogger. I's very easy complying to AdSense ad for making money. It's indexing simply as well due to it live in the house with Google browser.
     
    Michael Leng, Sep 6, 2014 IP
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    #1003
    I say Wordpress. Even if you go with Wordpress.com you will be able to learn some of the basics if and when you are ever ready to move to the self hosted option (Which is the best option).

    With self hosted you get much more freedom to create and share you message in a way that is unique to you. If you are planning on monetizing you blog self hosting is the way to go. If your not familiar with it, do your research and move slow with your customizations. It can be intimidating at first but will be so much better for you in the long run.
     
    Steven J Wilson, Sep 10, 2014 IP
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    Manish Mohan Parth Banned

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    #1004
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    #1005
    I have experienced many wonderful benefits achieved by having my own site and this has made an amazing difference for me in my life. There is a great value in building your own online presence and growing your audience. Having the complete control, ownership and freedom over your site is why I pick WordPress as my preferred content platform. Blogger is a nice and easy to use platform, but it just doesn’t cut it in terms of flexibility and customization. That is where WordPress excels. Over 60 million people have chosen it to power their sites and use it to create a wide range of beautiful and impressive sites. Majority of the biggest sites run on this platform. I run all my projects on WordPress.
     
    D-P-Group, Sep 17, 2014 IP
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    #1006
    Always wordpress. The steeper learning curve is definitely worth your time because if your blog gets big, you'll definitely want the extra options available with Wordpress.
     
    YJunK, Sep 18, 2014 IP
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    #1007
    Blogger is nothing comparing to WordPress
     
    nhc1987, Sep 18, 2014 IP
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    shummaz Banned

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    #1008
    Both are good but my opinion is blogger because we Chang every thing of template as how we need and on blogger have more visitors than word-press thanks
     
    shummaz, Oct 10, 2014 IP
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    #1009
    Wordpress any day of the week. I started out on Blogger but realised Wordpress is tonnes better. Like adding free plugins on wordpress there are 1000s of them. Also setting up pages on Wordpress is easier you can just copy a short code to a page.
    Ed
     
    Stop Byte, Oct 13, 2014 IP
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    #1011
    I recommend to Blogger, because it is Google service and easily cached by Google crawler.....
     
    mikey123, Dec 31, 2014 IP
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    #1012
    I think wordpress is the best platform, easy to use. Go with it and let me know if you've any problem or need any help.
     
    Lannister10, Jan 5, 2015 IP
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    #1013
    Tell me more Knight1 about those mini sites. Were they profitable?
     
    01123581321345589144, Jan 7, 2015 IP
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    #1014
    I think that Platforms you know that are best but there has a lot of blogging Platform that you can easily use..Postagon, Svbtle, Ghost, Wardrobe is the most popular blogging websites.
     
    Stella Brook, Jan 10, 2015 IP
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    #1015
    If you ask me Wordpress is much more customizable and there are tons of choices (ie plugins, themes, etc). You can even upgrade your site to a much more complex website (membership, shopping carts) if you decide in the future.

    But the decision always goes to what type of website are you aiming for. Don't get me wrong blogger is great for blogging purposes and by default works well with Search Engines - powered by the mother of all = Google.
     
    Richard Villapando, Jan 21, 2015 IP
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    #1016
    I'd say start with hosted wordpress and migrate over to self hosted if things look like they'll work out. It sets you up to scale and transition your site easily
     
    MrCollins, Jan 28, 2015 IP
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    #1017
    hey Woodley! .. I'm glad you are taking that wise decision!

    I personally love blogging online and profiting from the revenue. From my experiences I always preferred WordPress over Blogger.

    I tried Blogger first. And when I found WordPress, I just loved it. lol

    Anyways ... you also gotta consider the hosting service you will need to pay for this. As your traffic grows, you gotta pay more for hosting and set up things to make sure your site loads fast when there are thousands of visitors coming every single day.

    Just learn all of the necessary knowledge, and take massive action to get the results you are looking for!

    I hope this helps!

    I wish you the best of the best!

    Keep up the great work!

    Cheers! :D
     
    Snoopy240, Jan 31, 2015 IP
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    #1018
    Wp over blogger
    Its kinda more proffesional
     
    Footb-Info, Jan 31, 2015 IP
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    #1019
    I too started with blogger, then moved over to Wordpress before ending up with a self hosted Wordpress. I've still got several blogger sites, but over all I prefer Wordpress.

    But, blogger is good for a newbie blogs though. Its easy to setup and the lack of features makes it pretty easy to jump in and start writing.
     
    RickHamell, Feb 1, 2015 IP
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