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  • webinfomatrix9 7 years ago

    Bakwas kar raha hai

  • Computerbasics 7 years ago

    I agree that this was not an answer at all…

    I think blogger is good for a hobby blog or fun. Self hosted WordPress is for serious websites and is no doubt got great features and plugins that make SEO easy. Every top website I know has a self hosted WordPress site. 

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  • Greg Schueler 7 years ago

    The platform itself (WP vs.Blogger) makes no difference for SEO, so he can’t choose one as the correct answer. How you (the individual blogger) use the platforms and how well your content is… that is what makes the difference for SEO.

  • Tim Beveridge 7 years ago

    I believe he sidestepped the question like a professional except that he did mention you have more control over links with WP. Being with Google he surely could not cut Blogger to pieces and not expect the wrath of those in the big office now could he?

  • Darin Simonson 7 years ago

    I am a wordpress expert and I recorded a series of video tutorials for wordpress. It really is the best wordpress package of 2013. please go to my channel to watch the one video I posted…

  • makemoneyonlinetop1 7 years ago

    If you want to create a great website, I think WordPress can give to you much more power.
    Ok, Blooger can’t be hacked, but WordPress is way too powerful.
    This is my opinion.

  • WESHUK 7 years ago

    Have to agree, WordPress is awesome. Far superior to blogger, but it does come down to what the user is capable of doing and understanding, which is where you trade off features for simplicity with Blogger.

  • TheAlexH 7 years ago

    And Blogger is owned by Google!

  • Jon Rhodes 7 years ago

     No ambitious blogger should use Blogger.com The main reason I believe it is inferior to WordPress for SEO is because other webmasters don’t take them as seriously. I’m not interested in linking to and from Blogger blogs, and I know that many other bloggers feel the same. Also Google control your blog and they can if they wish remove you or start charging you in the future.

  • Jon Rhodes 7 years ago

    Totally agree!

  • Dario Petkovic 7 years ago

    Basically, just go with wordpress from the get go IMO

  • Igor Bubis 7 years ago

    The fact is Matt is using WP and not the Blogger. This should be a good answer.

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  • Paul Kridakorn 7 years ago

    I think this is good enough answer…
    It’s pretty obvious that Matt could not say WordPress is absolutely better or Blogger is absolutely better, because it will fall into prejudice and else. So I think he had made clever answer that “both are good in term of SEO” and next is only you that should get yourself focus in term of contents and links, that’s it, that your job to care about — clear enough.

  • Robin Solanki 7 years ago

    I prefer wordpress over bloggers.

  • dareka11 7 years ago

    550+ videos, many, many questions taken, and he has yet to reply to any of them with a decent answer.

    Here’s a question- Who is the biggest waste of time for asking a question to on the web?

    Please make a video about that….

  • Zeeshan Sikander 7 years ago

    i suggest wordpress too

  • Mack Carman 7 years ago

    I am a wordpress expert and I made a series of 55 video tutorials for wordpress users. WordPress experts agree that this is the most comprehensive wordpress video series of 2013. visit my channel to find the link I have posted for this course

  • Scott Millar 7 years ago

    “get lots of links” “have good content” :D

  • Dario Salvelli 7 years ago

    “Both” isn’t an answer. I think we have to ask, statistically, how many websites with blogger and wordpress are on the SERP?

  • Martín Garay 7 years ago

    WordPress is not only a good platform for a Blog, also you can create virtually, any online business model. WordPress solved by default the 50% (or more) of the problems most common of SEO. I work in SEO, a long time ago. And yes, I love WordPress LOL! @DigitalAnalyst_

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  • DominickDiy 7 years ago

    I use WP and the flexibly is just awesome if you have the right seo plugin. Without, well good luck.

  • Yans Auliyansyah 7 years ago

    fuckyeah, i prefer HTML :p