Blogger Vs WordPress. Which Platform To Start with My New Blog?
While making a Blog or a website, it is very important to have unique and better quality content. It is merely a step to select a free platform such as Blogger, WordPress or Tumblr. There is nothing wrong or right having either of them to start with. What matters is the content and the consistency of the writer who prepare the articles. Still in an online community, there is a consistent discussion over which platform is more preferred or which one gives faster success. Whether it is Blogger, WordPress or Tumblr, these platforms have their own advantages and limitations.


Blogger is straightforward, simple to create and easy to maintain. 
Blogger is owned by Google and hence all the services that Google initiates are immediately implemented on Blogger by default. E.g. Google Plus, an easy gadget is instantly made available to a user to avail the new G+ services when it first came.

You can embed YouTube videos on Blogger for free.
Google also offers a $10/year for your own personal domain name such as

Blogger is hosted on Google's own servers so they are mostly maintenance and downtime free.

Making money on quality Blogspot blog is quite effective. Google offer AdSense program for free on their hosted Blogs. Ads will be then segregated on the basis of a content of the Blog.

New business owners, freelance writers have a great opportunity on Blogspot as it is free and has easy default integration of AdSense inbuilt.
You can also choose to have other network ads such as Amazon affiliate, Buysellads etc.

As far as multimedia and video embedding is concerned, Blogger again works perfectly because of its own YouTube popular services. At current nothing beats YouTube campaigning and that’s the reason embedding your own YouTube videos on your Blogger Blog is yet another easiest way to publicize your multimedia content much faster. It's far better than WordPress's VideoPress feature. YouTube’s videos can go absolutely viral on Blogger than WordPress, no other service beat here.

Blogger templates are flawlessly customizable and a user can control almost every corner of Blog design. Unlike WordPress you can even add custom CSS styles to modify current look. This option is not available with WordPress. One more solid reason to go ahead with Blogger is that its adaptability. You can connect your Blogger Blog to your own website at any stage for free. Unlike WordPress Blogger wins the competition here. And for this reason, Blogger's seamless integration works well while considering own domains and site matching designs.

Blogger site's HTML is editable with the code editor. You can also customize it with CSS styles. More Google features such as fonts can be easily added to the template. Domain customization is easily possible with Blogger. Unlike WordPress, Blogger will never display third party ads on your Blog. Templates available on Blogger are absolutely free.

Blogger has more centralized features compared to WordPress. Being under own Brand of Google Blogger offer automatically get Google+, YouTube and many other recent Google services. To build up a strong SEO with your site you will certainly need many Google services for your site. So having Blogger Blog at current scenario could be a wise decision. For solid and concise writers Google Blogger certainly serves better options.


Customization on WordPress is great. A vast variety of themes and useful plug-ins are available at no cost. Social networking sharing options are great and they allow automatic sharing.

Considering statistics reports, WordPress gives easy numbers. Whether it is visitor's location, a number of shares and likes or twitter followers, WordPress display's everything.
It gives huge 3GB of space for free. That is enough for new business owners and freelance writers. Later on, you can buy your own domain upon your site's success. Over 70 million sites use WordPress platform. See more cool facts about WordPress.

On successful running of your site you can also go for opting .ca domain at $25 and you will have you own domain name again with WordPress features on backside supported. and are owned by same company but .org Blog have full control over their content and is something like Blogger. Your Blog will have sub domain name on display. E.g.

Both platforms do not offer any large size FTP uploads for a free Blog. No custom themes can be uploaded to them. While Blogger offers only 50 languages, WordPress supports over 120 languages and that could be a strong point for some Blog contents.

Considering WordPress, setting up a Blog is quite an easy process. You can also choose a theme suitable to your content from a large pool available. However managing Blog's central dashboard system is more user-friendly in WordPress than Blogger for sure.

Still a large number of websites owners uses WordPress platform just because of its simplicity (UI) and easy to understand dashboard. As said earlier it has a variety of open source plug-ins and themes to select and utilize.

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