Blogger or WordPress?

I’ve had the blog over here on WordPress for a few months now.  What do you think?  Should I keep it here or go back to Blogger –

If I knew how to do a poll here, I’d do it but I don’t know how and don’t want to take the time to figure it out.  Your wish is my command.  Majority rules!

I’ll count up the votes at the end of the day on Wednesday, March 19, and we’ll go from there.


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    I’m your faithful follower, too! But now that you finally helped me figure out Blogger, I’m not about to change! LOL

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    pdudgeon says

    this one is so much easier to leave responses. sometimes i don’t even have to remember who i am. That comes in mighty handy at 6 am. while i’m still working on my first cup of coffee.

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    Once you leave a comment on WordPress, it is extremely easy the next time because it remembers you, which is a nice feature. However, like everyone else, I will be a faithful reader in whichever service you use. Your blogs are always interesting and fun and informative. Keep up the good work!

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    I like blogger but I’m used to using it. I will go wherever you choose to be. I enjoy reading your blog. Terry

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    Anne says

    I’ll read your blog where ever you choose to post it. 🙂 I like the interface of Blogger a little better but that is just my personal preference.

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    I’ll also follow you wherever you go (sounds a bit stalkerish really), but I like wordpress. Then again, I do have a wordpress blog so I may be a bit biased!

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    Shari says

    I’m a loyal reader and I’ll go wherever you are most comfortable. I know that’s not too much help, but it is your blog.

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    I have blogs at both of these services, and I like them both 🙂 But I like wordpress a little bit better. But I will read you wherever you go 🙂

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    Lynne in Hawaii says

    I like the ease of leaving comments in wordpress. Some of the blogger people have comments functions that only other bloggers can get in on. I will read you regardless. It HAS to be YOUR preference. What works best for you!

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    Blogger… (I often clear my cookies, so I regularly lose the “wordpress remembers you” positive.)

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    I will read your blog no matter which one you use…I do find blogger easier to use for me, but that is probably because mine is on blogger. Do whichever one is easiest for you to use. That is the main thing. We’ll follow you!

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    I agree with the person who said it’s easier to comment on WordPress but other than that-I’ll read no matter where you go.

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    It doesn’t matter to me, I’m going to read your blog whereever it is hosted!! I use bloglines so it really doesn’t show up any different for me either way.

    I think that you should do whatever works best for you, Judy. We’re still all going to read your blog either way.

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    Betty J in OKC says

    Either one would work for me to read your blog at. I’m having problems setting up my blog at bloglines tho.

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    I’m with the majority, whatever is easiest for you. I use Blogger myself, so I might be a little biased in that direction.

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    It doesn’t matter to me because if we had an issue with WordPress, you’d address it. Like I wanted the follow up comments come to my email (cuz I never remember to check back). You got right on top of that. And when I made the request for a “home” button on your non-main pages, you jumped up to get that done too.

    I personally prefer blogger for my *own* blogging, but as for yourself, you’ll just have to decide which one is more friendly for you. 🙂

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    Dora says

    I’ll continue to read your blog, wherever it is, but I found your posts easier to read on blogger, and the photos were usually a better size for reading there. Do what works best for you.

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    I prefer blogger. I actually avoid wordpress entries – because I have to put in my email address, and mostly because I have to come up with a way to limit how much time I spend reading blogs, and sticking to blogger seems to work for me.