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    What is the difference between blogger and wordpress?

    Dear members
    I have my own blog on blogger and I would like to start one another but I am confused between the fact that what is actually wordpress?
    Please guide me and I want to know the detail as I am not able to understand it online.
  • #7951
    Dear Iti,

    Blogger is the free services to build your blog. There is no any price for web hosting, domain name, web templates, apps etc. While WordPress is a blogging software where he assist you to write/post your blog with awesome blogging tools and apps. Here the basic membership is free but you need to buy a web hosting, domain name etc. It observed that WordPress blog is much noticeable.

    with best regards

  • #7955
    Wordpress will not allow you monetization unless you have a custom domain (not whereas on blogspot you can monetise it.

  • #7956
    Oh that means that having a informatory blog on blogger is a good idea? I am already having some blogs on blogger only, some of them are career news based. What can be the topics that will fetch me more interested users?

  • #7957
    This is the most frequently asked question of new bloggers and sadly this has no definite answer.
    Rather, the answer to this is that if you can blog for a long period then choose a topic that interests you. Making a blog just for the sake of money will not get you anywhere. Choose a topic on which you have lots of knowledge or have interest. Write on that particular topic and aim for a keyword. Make sure that all your articles on that particular blog are related to that keyword. This way you can have an authority blog and consequently good earnings.

  • #7961
    You can read my article - "Wordpress or Blodspot which is a better blogging platform" to know the difference smong both of them under blogging section.

  • #7967
    okay sir
    Thank you for the timely response.

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