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I’ll admit, I was slow to jump into using WordPress for blogging. I had tried using it and always found Blogger much more intuitive.
As WordPress matured however more marketers were using it and by a year ago many marketers were so enthused about it they moved all their existing sites over to WordPress, claiming WordPress sites rank better in search engines and get a better “quality score” with Google Adwords.
Thus, the theory is that with WordPress you’ll get more traffic, cheaper.
I’ll make some comments from personal experience about WordPress. There are a lot of people out there who know a lot more about WordPress than I, so if you’re confused, use Google to find an answer. Chances are somebody has had the same problem figuring out WordPress you’re having and it’s been answered somewhere online by a real expert.
WordPress, being free and open-source, is also very cheap to get started with. I still use value XsitePro, and there are many things that are far easier to do with HTML editors than WordPress.
Where WordPress shines for those who are design-challenged. The availability of thousands of good-looking “themes” makes it