Blogging On Blogger: The Easiest Way TO Go

OK, I am back. Where have I been? Out looking for other ways to blog. My report, stay with Blogger. There are other sites out there for blogging and some might be just as easy as Blogger. Why should you stay with Blogger? Traffic. Or lack of it. This goes back to the reason you blog. Some people have a lot of friends who are nearly surgically connected to the internet. And others, like me, are trying to meet new friends around the world. And you have the people who don’t want friends and blogging to them is like masturbating. IF you are going to blog you want to make it easy. Since Blogger lets you use Outlook to create your blog and email it to your blog site you don’t have to sign in, click some buttons to get to your posting, cut it to a word document to check spelling and then cut and paste it back to the blog site to send it. Just write it and send it. Easy.Yes, there are other sites that do this also, but the point is, TRAFFIC. There is no more traffic to Blogger that the other sites. Traffic being people who actually going to see you blog and then read it. If you are already set up on Blogger just stay there until there is technology that draws the search engine spiders to your site. There are reports out there that there are tricks you can use to get the spiders heading your way, and soon as I find one I will let you know.

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2 responses to “Blogging On Blogger: The Easiest Way TO Go

  1. So, are you recommended Blogger over WordPress? I’ve been blogging less than two months and have been extremely happy with where I am. Today, I will reach 1000 hits–maybe as we speak. That seems to be a fair amount of traffic. What say you?

    Blessings,

    Shirley

  2. Shirley,
    I have been blogging since December and not until recently, the last 30 days, have I got any hits. And that wasn’t until I came to WordPress.
    I like WordPress, but Blogger, to me, is more convenient since I can send a blog from Outlook, where I am most of the time reading and writing emails. I could be that there is a feature on WordPress to use Outlook, but since I have only been WordPress for a month I have not found that feature yet.
    The blog I just sent out on staying with Blogger came as a result of a number of people who have hired me to find out where to spend their blogging time most effectively. There are sites that are just like Blogger, but since most of my clients are on Blogger I thought it might be best to just stay there until I find something that makes it real easy to blog.
    Thanks for you input. (And thanks for showing me that there is more traffic on WordPress than I imagined.)

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