Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Blogger vs Tumblr

Today's review is what I like and dislike about Blogger & Tumblr.

  • Uploading content for a blog post - you can upload content from your computer, Google+, Picasa, and Google Drive
  • Web page layout - You can add as many widgets and buttons as you like, lots of options of how they appear on the Blog
  • About Person info Comes from Google+

  • Changing HTML messes up the blog
  • Right off the bat when you publish a post, it only has Google+ to share it on. If you want to share that post on Facebook and/or Twitter it must be from the blog itself
  • 3rd party Backgrounds cause errors for background preview

  • Able to share to Facebook and Twitter right off the bat when you publish a post
  • Blog post appears on a Facebook timeline app
  • Effector theme shows About Person info from Twitter, along with latest tweets
  • More options for tumblr themes then Blogger Templates
  • Need to make pages on Blog to add a widget or button that may or may not work 
  • Most themes cost money, no Blogger Templates or Layout does
  • To start blogging, you must  follow 5 other blogs, plus an extra 5 per computer 
with camera problems, this is because a computer camera is need for the blog icon. 

I have only been on Blogger for about 3 months, and Tumblr for about a week or so. If you know any thing about these blogs I don't know about  Commenting would be helpful

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