In a battle of WordPress vs Blogger, I’m giving the win to WordPress.
Do you prefer one blogging platform over the other?
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.
That was strange, but the comments finally came through.
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.
Mine is on blogger. I haven’t had many problems, but I don’t think I challenge it very much.
I use blogger. I tried WordPress briefly and didn’t see much for an advantage for my purposes.
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.
I have only used blogger. It works foe me.
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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