Publishing with Blogger can extremely furstrating. It can take forever to post articles, especially if you’re making changes to the entire website. With WordPress, publishing is much faster, although if you load your system with all kinds of bells and whistles it can be just as frustrating.
I’ve heard as many stories of getting indexed fast and ranking high in search engines from both WordPress and Blogger users. As long as the content is good, the spiders will come.
Instead of having to spend a bunch of time applyting the updates, you can simply click the upgrade now button from within the WordPress administration panel. It then runs the automatic update and only takes a few minutes to complete.
Regardless of your niche market, the goal is to brand yourself as THE authority. If you’re using generic keywords, you’re tossing money to the wind. If you’re not already on the first page of Google’s search results for those keywords, you may get lost in Never-Never Land. You’ll be just one of dozens-or hundreds-of marketers using the same keyword, and customers may never know that you exist if they’re using a generic search.
The downside is you are totally beholden to the WordPress dot COM site, restricted to using the tools and enhancements it provides and heaven forbid, if the whole site goes down, so does your Blog.
I want to encourage you to take a deep and honest look at a free web creation tool we all know by name: WordPress. With more than 18,000,000 sites built on the wordpress platform, it surely is one of the most used web creation tools available to mankind. Can 18 million users be wrong? I don’t think so!
A church might choose a WordPress theme if there will be more than one person putting content on it. WordPress can be set up to allow multiple ‘authors’. That means that a church could have different people submitting content on different subjects.spreading the workload around, right?