I use both Blogger and Wordpress. Personally, I love Wordpress because there are some amazing templates that can be used to personalize your blog. I learned Wordpress quickly, which helped me when I started using Blogger. Wordpress cannot be hooked up with Adsense, which is the downfall because you don't get paid at Wordpress. However, you can use Wordpress for affiliate marketing.
Blogger is simple to use, but the templates that are available are limited, unless you know HTML coding and know how to plug in other templates that can be found online. Blogger can also make some money through Adsense, so I do most of my blogging there.
The easiest is definitely blogger. It is what I use to publish my own blogs, and it allows you to easily start a new one. As an added bonus, if you already have a Google account, you don't even have to start a new account.
If i you are talking about easiest to operate then you have to go with Wordpress. i personally used this and i love this platform with the purpose of blogging.
by psf 15 months ago
Planning to start a blog, which platform would be good?Apart from hubpages, I am planning to start a blog either on "Blogger" or on "Wordpress", can anyone suggest me which one is best as far as SEO and monetizing concerned? Or what if I buy my own domain name and hosting...
by Whitney 22 months ago
Blogger VS WordPress
by Mel Carriere 11 months ago
What is a good blog hosting platform?I love hub pages and will continue to work here, but can anyone recommend a good blog hosting platform that will let you incorporate your Ad Sense account?
by Sasha Kim 5 years ago
For all the bloggers out there, Where is your favorite free place to blog?
by Ohma 8 years ago
I was wondering if there was a program that I could download to help me learn about html. I am more of a hands on learner and need something I can play with to learn from.
by suraj78 7 years ago
Which blogging platform is best?Which blogging platform is best between blogger and wordpress?
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