Tumblr, Blogger or WordPress?
I'm really trying to commit myself to a blog, but I just don't know which platform is better to use. Maybe if you were to share some of your experiences, I could decide easier.
Unless you're going to host it yourself on your own domain, they're all pretty much the same. Wordpress is the most versatile in general. It has the largest community of open source people pouring into it. Lots of templates and themes, plugins and widgets.
Yeah, because I was thinking... it's a bit of a shame because Google wants to "take over" pretty much everything. To be honest, I'm not so sure whether they succeed. One of the major drawbacks I've encountered on Blogger is that there is no sense of community. I really felt as I was talking with myself there. Also, Blogger is optimized for Google+.
On any account, thank you for your answer. It confirmed my hunches.
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