Table of Contents
- 1 Easier to start and Manage a Blog on Blogger, How?
- 2 Code flexibility with WordPress a great advantage
- 3 How he can prove Blogger is Best in compare to WordPress
- 4 Blogger own templates are not optimized
- 5 How WordPress has evolved to be much more than a CMS for bloggers?
- 6 In what way Blogger is Good?
- 7 How Blogger is the most basic of blogging platforms
- 8 Enormous popularity and Flexibility
Your are reading this article means there is confusion in your mind between Blogger and WordPress blogging platform. At beginning every one face same issue how & from where start blogging.
Don’t worry you are at the right place. Keep reading and get answer of your all questions.
Let me clarify you one thing for Blogger and WordPress blogging.
Both platform are free for blogging and easy to use for anyone who want to learn.
Let’s get started.
Easier to start and Manage a Blog on Blogger, How?
It’s easier to start and manage a blog on Blogger.
Just a few clicks and you are free to publish your content right away.
With WordPress.org, it’s a bit different and definitely more complicated.
But considering the fact that there are tons, I mean TONS, of tutorials on how to build your site on WordPress CMS, even newbies can do this with their eyes closed.
I totally get it when someone prefers Blogger over WordPress.
But for me WordPress is an ideal CMS. I don’t feel like I have to stick to a particular theme, font, colors, etc.
Code flexibility with WordPress a great advantage
With my basic knowledge of HTML and CSS, I can do almost anything I want on WordPress such as customizing frames.
Besides that, I like the fact that there are thousands of plugins both free and paid, as well as a selection of themes.
And what’s more, WordPress community is live and always ready to help with any question or problem you may have.
So, yeah, WordPress might seem a bit difficult to manage compared to Blogger, but the sky’s the limit with this CMS. By Oksana Chyketa from Albacross.
How he can prove Blogger is Best in compare to WordPress
For years now I use Blogger for my own websites, and I can confirm that Blogger is a great platform when it comes to building websites and blogs that are managed from one person or small sized teams.
I have used and use also WordPress for a lot of websites, and they WordPress is amazing CMS.
There are a lot of myths when it comes to Blogger and mostly those come from people that don’t have a clue about Blogger blogs, or they have used these platform only for spam or to create backlinks to their main website
WordPress is better because is easier to use with the help of a lot of different plugins and there a lot of themes available.
If you want to use Blogger to create good websites and optimized for search engines, you need to know basic HTML and CSS and create custom templates or you can buy premium Blogger templates for a cheap price.
Blogger own templates are not optimized
Blogger own templates are not optimized for SEO, but then again even free templates for WordPress are not great either. When it comes to SEO for Blogger the only drawback I can see for On-Site SEO right now is that you cannot format URLs and create them without year and month, like you can format them in WordPress. Why Should You Focus on Mobile SEO Right Now in 2019 as best SEO methodology.
Anyway, Blogger as a blogging platform from Google is safer when it comes to security, because is hosted in Google servers, and also their servers never go down. By Burim Bekteshi
How WordPress has evolved to be much more than a CMS for bloggers?
Blogger and WordPress used to be similar platforms. However, WordPress has evolved to be much more than a CMS for bloggers.
WordPress has tens of thousands of themes and plugins available. You can make any kind of site you can imagine including blogs, eCommerce stores, membership sites, etc. These tools and plugins also let you effectively optimize your website for SEO, performance, and conversion rates.
In what way Blogger is Good?
The Blogger platform has stayed very simple over the last decade or so it’s been around. If you want to start a blog, especially one with AdSense, and you don’t think you’ll need anything more than a place to write and accept comments, then Blogger may be a good choice.
For someone who wants a quick start and only wants to write, Blogger may be a better choice. WordPress provides a lot more room for you to grow into.
If you don’t launch your blog on WordPress then I would plan on eventually switching after your blog gains popularity and you find you need to do more with your site. By Ben Sibley
How Blogger is the most basic of blogging platforms
Generally answering the question of which platform is best, WordPress wins hands down, however each has its place.
Blogger is the most basic of blogging platforms. It allows non-tech people easily get up and running in very little time with very little assistance or education needed. That’s about where the pros for Blogger end.
If at any point, you’re blog will grow beyond a daily diary, a self-hosted WordPress site is the best route.
While there may be a small learning curve, WordPress allows users more flexibility in the functions and appearance of their blog.
You can build anything from a basic blog with a header and a sidebar, to an incredibly robust e-commerce site with an affiliate program and membership platform.
With the availability of thousands of themes and plugins, and sometimes the help of a designer or developer, the options are endless. By Shauna Lewis
Enormous popularity and Flexibility
No dought WordPress win over Blogger…How?
First of all, we need to clarify if we’re talking about the open source WordPress software that you can download from WordPress.org and deploy on your own server or if we’re talking about the hosted platform as a service at WordPress.com, where Automatic (the makers of WordPress) take care of the server infrastructure, software updates, and security, freeing you up to just write your content.
The most apples to apples comparison would be the WordPress.com hosted service because Blogger is also a hosted service by Google.
In my opinion, Blogger is old and completely outdated. It looks like another one of those products that Google bought and neglected for years but hasn’t shut down yet.
The WordPress software has been taking the Internet by storm over the last decade. Now, it’s more popular than ever, hitting 32% of all websites in 2018.
With that enormous popularity and the amount of plugins and themes that come with that amount of prominence and tenure, WordPress is the clear winner whether you opt for the .com or the .org. By Nathan Kinkead