- Good Themes
- Nice fonts
- Professional widgets
- I was not given freedom to customize my themes and other ancillary things as much as blogspot gives.
- I was asked to make payment even for using third party themes in my blog.
- I was not allowed to use third party themes no matter how crazily I loved them to have in my blog.
- I saw unwanted ads being displayed in my blog. I wasn’t asked whether to allow them to be displayed or not.
- I found doing allow-able customization very difficult. I wasn’t technology savvy.
- I found most of the bloggers I know were having blogs at blogger and only very few in WordPress.
- I found that blog dash board in WordPress isn’t as much user friendly as that of blogspot.
- I found no matter how much traffic my blog can bring, I cannot sign-up for Google Adsense and started displaying ads to make money.
Therefore, I have left the WordPress and never thought of opening another one there.
But to remind again, I am not talking about self-hosted WordPress. I have never experienced in there. I am too poor to have self-hosted WordPress blog.