Website Building in Blogger

By Technomafia - May 27, 2021

Website Building in Blogger

Two of the most popular platforms for heavy text based blogs are Blogger and WordPress, both provide a host of features and designs, which are often sort of confusing for beginner bloggers. Some people start with Blogger; however once they get familiar with how it works and navigate through its various pages and add ons they move onto WordPress. Both Blogger and WordPress are free to use and both have their pros and cons. If you want a chance to see if either is right for you, then you should follow along as we take a look at these blogging platforms.


The biggest difference between Blogger and WordPress is that there is no need to download and install any third party software or plug-ins to use Blogger. This is what makes Blogger so easy to use. All that is needed to get started with blogging is a user account and then a little bit of configuration and then you're ready to go. The best part about using Blogger as an ecommerce platform is that there are hundreds of plugins available that extend the functionality, make blogging easier, and allow for more advanced features.

Blogger has the least number of plugins out there, but the best part is that all of them are free to download. The reason for this is that Blogger is a standalone blogging platform, which means that everything is provided to you. For example, you don't have to install any other plugins to be able to post RSS feeds, make and share video and audio files, add on functionality such as email autoresponders and more. Some of the most advanced features include SEO (Search Engine Optimization), PPC (Pay Per Click) and contextual advertising, to name a few. With the numerous free plugins available, there are certainly more advanced features available as time goes on. For now though, if you want to keep things simple and just want to create and manage your blog posts, add content and manage your profile, Blogger is a great platform.

Another great thing about Blogger is that there are hundreds of different theme themes available to use. These theme themes give you the ability to customize your blog and make it look exactly how you want it to. There are also thousands of templates to use as well, again, all of them free. Many of these plugins allow you to manage these themes, so that everything is easy.

When it comes to customer support, Blogger is not much behind the other popular blogs out there. They offer excellent customer support, and help is available via email and their website. However, they have limited support for WordPress blogs. In fact, if you need help with any WordPress plugin, it may be hard to find a real person to answer your questions or help you with anything. This can be frustrating, especially if you need help installing, using or improving any of the themes or plugins available for Blogger.

For those who need more than just a blog, Blogger has really packed a lot of different plugins and themes. The most popular of these is probably Kinsta. Kinsta is used for blog creation, auto-updating RSS feeds, and SEO optimization. This plugin is a must for anyone building a community based site on Blogger. With Kinsta, you will have a lot of help and support for the SEO of your site.

If you need to extend the functionality of Blogger, or build more pages, Blogger has several premium plugins available as well. One of the most popular premium plugins is called Joomla!, which is used to create the ultimate blog site. There are many additional plugins available for a number of different purposes, but if you are building a static site, Joomla! is definitely the way to go. While Blogger doesn't have quite the same amount of plugins available as Joomla!, it does have some very useful ones; however, it is still lacking that little bit of uniqueness that Joomla! has.

As far as website building goes, Blogger offers two types of sites: Blogger blogs and Blogger sites. Blogger blogs allow you to have an online journal while Blogger sites are designed to look and feel like a traditional website. Either way, you can build an ecommerce site that will rival any website building software you could buy. You can also get help with website building from a number of very active members on the Blogger forums. Just remember that there are a lot of plugins available, so before you go out and purchase any of them, make sure you understand exactly what you are getting and that you are happy with the results.

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