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Blogging is becoming very popular with today’s internet community. There are a number of different blogging platforms to use, and I discuss wordpress and blogger. If you take your blogging seriously and have even a modicum of dedication to learning new things, you will benefit most from WordPress. But to really understand why, its important to look at both blogging platforms side-by-side and see which one you really need. And Now if you’re a newbie blogger you can now sit and rethink which can be your ideal blogging platform.

WordPress has tons of features, easy for adding pages and building a full website rather than just a blog, richer community than blogger, features throughout site bring visibility and traffic to your blog, very good built-in statistics. WordPress is opensource and as such has a seemingly unlimited variety of themes, templates, plugins and widgets available from the WordPress community. WordPress as a powerful CMS, outclasses blogger in that aspect. WordPress has a very powerful CMS and Blogger stands nowhere near it.

Blogger Pros: Easy to use, easy to set up, very configurable (html / css / javascript), can be used with google analytics, easy to track other blogger users who follow you. Blogger also already introduced new, easy-to-customize templates. Earlier templates can be modified, or you can install a third party theme. Make sure that third party themes have the latest layout tags.

Blogger (blogspot)Blogger was born (founded) at 1999 by Pyra Labs, a company which was co-founded by Twitter creator Evan Williams. Blogger: Blogspot doesnt have a plugin database, but it has lesser in number but some important gadgets. Blogger has recently started Gadgets which will surely outdo the plugins feature of wordpress.

Blogger is google search friendly, there is no need even to add to google search engine. Blogger is good for personal blogs and it has actually a very simple 3 step process to make a blog. Blogger Cons:Limited powerful featuresLack of good free templates Cant categorize your posts Need extensive coding knowledge to create or add featuresDomain doesnt look professionalIts annoying to leave comments. Blogger is far too restrictive in terms of features, though it would make for a fine personal blog. Blogger is great for getting your feet wet in the blogging world but if your goal is to keep a great blog you have to start out with wordpress over blogger.

Please note that the term WordPress means a self-hoted blog on its own domain, not WordPress.com. This is another free blogging platform and has restrictions on selling ads and making money. The Terms of Service are very clear about this.

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