If you do some surfing around the web, you will probably find that a majority of people advocate WordPress than Blogger.

Do you know why?

WordPress has an almost rabid following because it is built for ‘Web 2.0′. It comes with the inherent ability for users to utilize third party plugins, as well as tiny add-on programs called widgets. These add-ons enhance the functionality of the blog and make it better looking. If you do a search on Google for WordPress widgets, you may come back with a few days worth of data.

So if WordPress has so many cool plugins and widgets, then why do I recommend Blogger. The answer is not complicated. I am looking for traffic from the search engines and in particular visitors from Google. Since Google owns Blogger, I think we would be simple minded not to make an educated guess that they give Blogspot.com blogs more search engine oomph. To me that is what it is all about.

Also, it is so simple to produce blogs using Blogger. Even a person with no prior blogging knowledge can have a blog set up within 10 minutes. It is also extremely straightforward to add Google AdSense to Blogger blogs, while it can be a challenge on WordPress blogs. Once you have gotten your AdSense publisher ID, you just click a link to add an AdSense block to your blog and you can start earning income.

So the selection is clear-cut, if you want a more aesthetically pleasing blog, then go with WordPress. If you want a blog that you can throw up easily and quickly, get boat loads of traffic and make some quick AdSense money, then go with Blogger.

There are now some excellent software tools available, that let you set up and administrate multiple Blogger blogs from one central location. This makes it much simpler to monetize your efforts with Blogger.

Scott Scales is the developer of Easy Blogger Creator Pro. Find out how you can earn money blogging. Click here… => http://www.easybloggercreator.com

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