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Jackzeel 23rd December 2016 01:20 AM

I prefer WordPress, as it has more features than Blogspot.

jannatul18 28th December 2016 04:35 AM

Depends upon individual preferences but Wordpress has more features than blogspot. And I really find it comfortable to use.

SusanVelez 28th December 2016 11:00 AM

I have personally never used Blogger. For several reasons, the most important reason is that Google owns Blogger and if they don't like what you have to say or what you're doing then they can delete your blog.

It takes me forever to write a new blog post and the last thing I want is to put my hard work in the hands of Google.

While WordPress does take some time to learn, the truth is that it's not that difficult to learn. If you get a self-hosted WordPress website, you can do whatever you want to it without having to worry about losing your hard work.

I've written some great tutorials for beginners on how to start a blog. I have over 8 years of experience working with WordPress and share my tutorials in hopes of helping others learn the basics of WordPress.

Visit my blog and then let me know if you need any help. I do my best to answer questions or write tutorials that will help my readers.

If you're planning on building your blog into a business and want to eventually earn an income from it, then I highly suggest you get started with a self-hosted WordPress site.

Hope you found this question helpful.

lindacotal 30th December 2016 09:58 AM

I think by the using point of view the WordPress is very best
as it is very simple and easy to use
also alot of plugins and scripts are available free of cost

blogger is good by the only one point that is ad-sense.
and support by google
it also has simple interface but not much rich as WordPress.

robert_mann 7th January 2017 03:36 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by lindacotal (Post 251942)
I think by the using point of view the WordPress is very best
as it is very simple and easy to use
also alot of plugins and scripts are available free of cost

blogger is good by the only one point that is ad-sense.
and support by google
it also has simple interface but not much rich as WordPress.

You can also try adsense in WordPress. Wordpress is easy to use, lots of plugins, and apps. But you can learn from blogger. Because if you want ahead of blogger's custom boring template then you have to learn coding. This thing worked for me. I learn java, css and html as I need to develop my website.

Logan 4th February 2017 10:22 AM

I created a new thread for this topic posted here:

Where can I learn WordPress blogging
http://smallbusinessbrief.com/forum/...ad.php?t=76453

Grace Johnson 7th February 2017 03:09 PM

I also prefer using of Wordpress. I like the choice of themes. Right now I work on my website using top wordpress themes from https://www.templatemonster.com/best...dpress-themes/ . They have a great functionality and a modern design.

Trident 8th February 2017 01:25 AM

Blogger is the best option. I have not worked much with wordpress. Blogger offers more exciting editing functionalities & presentation is also good.

Dog 8th February 2017 07:18 AM

I have used both Wordpress and Blogger over the years.
I used to prefer Blogger because I found it easy to use.
But I have since realized that Wordpress is much more powerful.

If you take into account that Wordpress powers 27% of the worlds internet. Then it is a force to be recond with.

Brooke.Harper 22nd October 2017 08:25 PM

I have used both, it depends on the person's preference, to be honest. Wordpress would be great for tech-savvy people and I like it because of the plugins (which are very nice). Blogger, on the other hand, is for people who like it simple and user-friendly. That's why I'd suggest for you to try them out first then decide based on your experience.


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