I use both Blogger and Wordpress and I am torn which I like the best.
I'm curious which you like best? Below I found a comparison chart between the two.
Please post your comments and thoughts!
|Themes and customization||Blogger introduced a collection of easy-to-customize templates with mobile versions and Google Web Fonts. Earlier templates can still be edited, but without all the new features.||No template editing. Style sheet editing is only available as a paid upgrade. Most of the 100+ themes let you upload a header image. Many of them have additional options.|
|From a mobile||Blogger Help has a section with information about mobile blogging.||m.wordpress.com/Applications exist for a wide range of mobile devices|
|Visitor Stats||Built-in visitor stats.||Built-in visitor stats.|
|No scripts allowed.|
|Domain names||Free domain name transfer||A paid upgrade is required to transfer an existing domain name.|
|AdSense(Google ads)||Option for shared revenue from ads.|
But it's hard to attract enough visitors to earn more than pennies.
|No. But Wordpress.com often appends its own version to users' posts. Logged-in users don't see the ads|
|Import||Only from another BlogSpot blog. However, a third-party tool called Wordpress2blogger|
can convert up to 1 MB.
|Import from Blogger, Yahoo! 360, Type·Pad, MovabIe·Type, Blogli, Israblog, Posterous, Vox.com, Live·JournaIor another WordPress blog.|
|Image storage||1 Gigabyte. There is no dashboard interface to browse through uploaded images, which get stored in Picasa Web Albums.||3 Gigabytes. Paid upgrades are available to add more space.|
You can also upload
.ppt, .doc, .odt and .pdffiles (more file types with an upgrade).
(Picasa Web Albums or other external sources).
|Simply add the tag [gallery] to any post or page|
|Static pages||Create up to 10 pages, but unlike WordPress no static front page.||Create posts or 'pages'. Static pages are listed in separate menus.|
|Share buttons||In the Navbar, plus a "Share" buttons option:||Configure any of your favorite "Share" buttons.|
|Post excerpts||Include Jump Breaks in your posts||Post excerpts with a "more" tag.|
|Post by email||Submit your posts by email. You can receive new posts by email too (helpful for team blogs).||Submit your posts by email. Images can be attached|
|Contact forms||Not available. You could add a third-party contact form, however.||Simply add the tag|
to any post or page or use advanced features.
|Private blogs||You can restrict access to 100 invited Google account holders.||You can restrict access to 35 invited Wordpress account holders (no limit with a paid upgrade).|
Alternatively, individual posts can be password protected or Private.
|Team blogs||Administrators and non-administrators only.||Administrator, Editors, Authors & Contributors. Option to receive post changes by email.|
|Comments||Visual confirmation, spam filtering and moderation options, but no editing of comments.||Moderation, comment editing and Akismet spam protection.|
|Feedback||Reactions. A mini-poll option for reader ratings.||A "Like" button. Visitors can put a link to their Profile page in yourpost. Beware!|