Chart of Servers

Here’s an interesting little thing. Below is a chart of the percentages of the blog servers of the people I read.

1. Blogger – 38%

2. Xanga – 28%

3. Personal domain – 17%

4. WordPress – 15%

5. Typepad – 2%

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6 thoughts on “Chart of Servers

  1. interesting…i’ll get back with you with my numbers.

    thanks for your comment & encouraging words.

  2. Hmmmmmm…..

    I like Blogger. Although a small part of me is intrigued by WordPress … I don’t have the time or attention to give to contemplating the advantages of switching over. So here I am.

  3. Natalie and Annie – There is a learning curve for any new endeavor. I got a WordPress account so my picture could show up next to my comments on WordPress blogs (I know, cue “You’re so Vain” soundtrack). They still allow you to choose which website is the default link that shows up next to your name – which I think is just snazzy. So people click on my name and are taken to my blogger page.

    But in the process of having to get a WordPress account I can see one big difference between Blogger and WordPress:

    Blogger seems to be more user friendly for those of us that have minimal knowledge of HTML, CSS, and all those other technical things with computers.

    WordPress is much more streamlined, professional and lends to the technical minded folks.

    They are both impressive and I could not pick a fav.

  4. Thanks. Love you.

    Congrats on your 200th post!

    Okay…I read 25 blogs.

    8 are at Blogger (32%)
    11 are at WordPress (44%)
    4 are at Xanga (16%)
    There other two are on ministry / family pages (8%)

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