Many people have heard a lot about Blogger and WordPress. They wonder if one is better than the other. So let’s see if we can find out which one actually provides a better platform for your blogging needs. As far as I’m concerned, there are many advantages that you get from using either one. Let me provide you with some of those.
First, there are a lot of people who say that WordPress simply provides a better platform for the average user. They say that WordPress is the most advanced blogging tool around. While the web is full of very convincing arguments, most of them are really quite biased in favor of WordPress. The main consensus seems to be that Blogger is a great place to start your blogging efforts. But, eventually you want to end up on a WordPress website.
On the other hand, there are also some who say that if you are going to choose between Blogger and WordPress, Blogger wins hands down. This might be because they feel that WordPress doesn’t have any customization tools or features and so it just ends up looking like a blogging tool, but the thing is that there are many ways to customize your blog to make it look professional.
Second, there are some bloggers who say that WordPress is far too complicated to manage and maintain your blog. But in reality, it’s actually pretty easy once you learn how to set up and configure a WordPress blog, all thanks to the easy-to-use interface that allows you to manage multiple blogs in just a few clicks. Of course, you are going to have to learn some basics. That goes with everything.
Last, you might be wondering how one blog can compare to another blog. Well, let’s look at it from the other end of the spectrum. There are blog networks out there that cater mainly to business and professional bloggers. Their blogs are designed to sell stuff, so they don’t usually include any kind of personal content like in the blogs meant to be personal in nature. These blogs aren’t necessarily targeted toward the business sector, but they certainly have their followers.
What these kind of blogs do is promote products or services and in some cases provide tutorials and guides for people who would want to become more proficient in blogging. They have their own community of readers and advertisers, who pay them a small fee for bringing people like you to their sites.
There’s no need for a dedicated platform like the one used by WordPress because they’re aimed at the business world, they just bring people to their sites and encourage you to become more adept in this art form. You can get started easily, you don’t need to learn HTML or CSS and you won’t need to learn how to customize your site since everything is pre-configured and ready-made.
This Was Day 20 Of The 30 Day Blogging Challenge