Blogger vs WordPress

I began blogging with Blogger, which is very easy to use. But I wanted categories. I wanted categories bad. As someone who likes their information organized this was important. I looked for something similar to searchenginewatch that would chart the features of different blog sites, to no avail. So when I stumbled across WordPress I was quite excited! They have categories! Yeah! You can even make new pages with tabs! Whee! But I discovered a few things in WordPress that are oddly not easy at all: Adding “Subscribe” buttons, lack of access to html page templates, inability to add a tagline to the page title. Or maybe it’s just that I’m still learning. Anyway, the plus of categories outweighs all else as I happily switch to WordPress. A happy ending, or a happy beginning?!

I enjoy finding great information, combining it in new ways, and packaging it creatively. I'm highly interested in the areas of goal setting, time management, and skills to improve life.

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One comment on “Blogger vs WordPress
  1. Dougal says:

    Some of the themes support the tagline. You might try using the feedback feature here (from your Dashboard) to suggest that they add the tagline to the themes that don’t already support it.

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