SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization. If you are trying to increase the traffic to your website you have probably heard of SEO. An ecommerce store needs a perfect design in order to get adequate traffic and consistently make sales. Search engine friendly: You get to choose how your URL’s look – name your categories and pages accordingly, and benefit as search engines reward you for doing so! Remember, WordPress uses CSS in its theme structure – it is as easy to learn and use as HTML was in the 90s! Lots of Plugins to Choose From: WordPress has them all – literally. WordPress category pages are, in essence, worthless.
This is by far the best comparison / explanation of WordPress and Blogger I have read. I tried a self-hosted version of WordPress a few years ago, but was having trouble uploading themes, plugins, etc. I must say that I’m overwhelmingly in favour of WordPress. I have wordpress on my self hosted site.
WordPress is better then blogger, it is more convenient to use and indexed earlier as compared to blogger. There is best way for the blogging and new way for thinking new is really awesome blog and give some tips for increase the business. I have tried to boost my blog rankings in search engines but its not working. WordPress is too much work for my simple needs at this point. But understanding and working with WordPress is quite hard. Customers should ask about their experience.
If you haven’t already known, WordPress MU (or multi-user) is a separate version of WordPress that supports multiple account creations. That’s great and all, but out of the box, it doesn’t have many implications for those looking to make a WordPress CMS. BuddyPress is a social network platform that will transform WordPress MU into a full-featured social network, kind of like Facebook. With user profiles, messaging, friends, groups, blogs, albums, RSS feeds for everything and much more – BuddyPress is looking to be the WordPress CMS solution for the MU crowd! It shows just how flexible WordPress is as a CMS.
There might be a slight favor for Google related services, but there is no facts to base this on. I help people perform free installations on self hosted wordpress, and I have many people requesting to move from blogger and to self hosted, mainly because they want full control of the site / blog. WordPress is for the professional blogger, as stated there is a little setting up to do, where as with Blogger it’s just sign up and go. I have the free wordpress and a blogger as well.