At my website and blogs, I’m always asked the question “Is WordPress better than Blogger?”. The answer, of course, is “Yes”. But to really understand why, it’s important to look at both blogging platforms side-by-side and see which one you really need.
Why pay hundreds of dollars for software when you can use this one for free. Even if you plan on running a commercial website or blog, you can still use it for no cost to you.
You don’t have to worry about coding your own website because we teach you the easy way to do it. The easiest way to start is by setting up your own blog. This may sound difficult but it is very simple. You’ll of course need to get your own domain and web hosting, and that shouldn’t run you any more than a month. Then when you login to your c panel you will discover a program called fantasico, which has the wordpress platform all ready to be installed on your site. Now that you have your wordpress build, it’s time for you to begin.
You can get a little naughty and use a script to have some crappy content set out as a dummy. When their software copies this content, they would be getting some weird texts, funny pictures and multiple loops going back to the host server, resulting in a server crash.
Now, when you create content you will want to focus on an exact keyword for each of the pages you develop. Therefore, before you even begin to build your website you should do research to find a minimum of twenty to thirty keywords you can write articles about.
Some plugins will go with your blog files and content. But, for some blogs slight tweaking is necessary to make the new plugins to work. The tweaking should be done in content, files and data base. So, before tweaking and installing your new plugin, take the backup of your existing files and data base. Once you have installed the plugin and carried out the modifications, once again you should backup the files.
I assume this is possible the only way it can be done, since there no systematic tool to design a website without knowledge of coding. Now you may argue, but I’m talking about real design. Not templated options. I know for a fact there is software out there for you to create a wordpress blog from templates and colour options. This isn’t the kind of design I am talking about.