Comparison of the most popular blogging platforms (infographic)

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Back in February, Lorna wrote a post outlining the pros and cons of two of the most popular blogging platforms – WordPress and Blogger. Today, we bring you an infographic with some interesting statistics, comparing some of the leading blog platforms out there.

Blogging Platforms Compared - Infographic

NB: WordPress DOES have a preview button, an oversight on this infographic. 


Marie Ennis-O’Connor BA, MIAPR, holds an Honours degree in History from University College Dublin. She is a graduate of the Irish Academy of Public Relations and has worked in a variety of PR roles over the past 12 years. Marie is editor of several award-winning blogs ranging from life sciences to health to business. She is a panel member of the newly established Bloggers International and is a regular contributor to Health Works Collective, an online community for thought leaders in international healthcare. She is a featured blogger on Webicina, an online service that provides curated medical social media resources in over 80 medical topics and over 17 languages, and has been awarded a top blogger accolade by Empowered and most inspiring writer by WegoHealth. Marie is also in demand as a trainer in social media marketing and travels the country teaching small business owners how to get online and maximise their online presence.

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  • speltforchoiceblog

    WordPress rules!

    • Editor

      It does for us Marian ;-) m.

  • Michelle

    Hi, I use blogger. The infographic states that there are no premade templates or traffic stats but there are?

    Interesting all the same though :O)

  • Justine

    Thanks for sharing! I believe WordPress does offer a preview option, though, and LiveJournal does as well (LJ also has layout templates, plus communities in which you can find new templates).

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