If you are doing video blogging (Vlogging), you will need bandwidth. Unless you are prepared to piggyback your feeds on the YouTube video infrastructure. This sounds tempting, but has many issues you will want to consider.
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?
When you post in Blogger, you can only “ping” a limited amount of sites, whereas with WordPress on your own domain you can ping as many blog directories as you want, and start getting more traffic.
The first thing a lot of you probably know already is that you should have the keyword or keyword phrase inside the URL of the website. This actually also goes for blogs as many bloggers target a separate keyword for every post they create. This is extremely easy to do with a wordpress platform as you can change the link while your writing your post.
The downside for this option is the need to upgrade your installation as and when WordPress issues a new version – which can be all too frequently. I set up a new blog last week using Fantastico, but that was the last but one version. I then had to upgrade it to the latest which has today been superseded by yet another version.
The first advantage of a shared hosting account of this caliber is the unlimited domain names as well as having WordPress available to you. And most every web host these days can offer such a hosting package, offering you more bells and whistles for purchasing these upgraded accounts. One of the benefits or features of such an account can be a private IP address, this can afford you a higher standing in the search engine rankings. And this will assist in the growth of your web site.
Website scripting isn’t necessary. The user interface is simple to use. There is also the possibility of managing the site remotely, albeit slightly more advanced.