Welcome back, WordPress

In a battle of WordPress vs Blogger, I’m giving the win to WordPress.

Do you prefer one blogging platform over the other?

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8 Responses to Welcome back, WordPress

  1. l'empress says:

    Generally, for my own purposes, I still like Movable Type, which allows experimentation and has an internal search engine. (On occasion, I have written a full post, only to realize that I wrote it before!)

    BlogSpot may be good for posting, but it’s a PiA to comment on. I have never done anything in WordPress except to comment…but how come the comment I wrote for the previous question didn’t come up? It did, however, save my login.

  2. Shannon W. says:

    I use Blogger and WordPress and each have their pros and cons. However, I have found that I use Blogger way more than my wordpress blog.

  3. maryz says:

    Mine is on blogger. I haven’t had many problems, but I don’t think I challenge it very much.

  4. Jennifer's says:

    I use blogger. I tried WordPress briefly and didn’t see much for an advantage for my purposes.

  5. Lindy says:

    Glad to see you back over here!

    I am definitely a fan of WordPress, particularly for the ease in uploading photos to my blog. On the other hand, I liked Blogger when I used to be over there because I could add widgets, change background wallpaper, etc., that I am not able to do on my free version of the WP blog. I am not ready to upgrade to a paid version, however.

  6. jon says:

    I have only used blogger. It works foe me.

  7. Bev says:

    I’ve only used Blogger too and it has served me well, but obviously it didn’t for you. Whatever works for YOU is great!

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