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which template that good and convert well works for blogger blog anyone can give any experience with it
Well you should actually avoid using free blogging platforms like Blogger. I just posted a discussion about it here https://www.seoclerks.com/faq/1895...ogging-Platforms
Your blog, content, images, etc. can be taken away from you for any reason that blogger wants to suspend you for. They can suspend you and remove your content because they don't like the color of your blog lol It's their platform, they'll do what the want
Go with this set up: Shared hosting plan, premium wordpress theme, your own domain.
This way you can edit anything you want and not worry about losing anything.
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Your blog, content, images, etc. can be taken away from you for any reason that blogger wants to suspend you for. They can suspend you and remove your content because they don't like the color of your blog lol which template works well in blogger It's their platform, they'll do what the want which template works well in blogger
I don’t remember having read your post about Blogger. But I am surprised that Blogger can suspend your account and take away your contents. I don’t think it is fair because the site earns from the user and the user earns from other means like Adsense or other advertising platform. When the account is suspended the user suffers. Perhaps that is the main reason why bloggers are shifting to Wordpress.
I agree with Raz, for the reasons he's stated in his post. But that's not to say that you shouldn't ever use them! They can still be excellent ways of reaching more people and of course, building a litle rank and traffic to your site. Blogger is a Google site and as such, naturally ranks very high in the SERPs. It's not that uneasy to get a Blogger article ranking high by just the post alone without even needing to do any off-page SEO (link building) to it. However in my experience, the templates that do the best on Blogger are the dynamic ones. Forget the classic ones, they look great but the dynamic ones are what people are used to and load quick and fast. Plus they can be modified to your hearts content as well. The thing to do is try it. Try going with one of the classic templates for a few months and look at what your blogs page views and CTR is. Then switch to a dynamic template for a couple of months and then compare the stats side by side. It really does depend on the blog itself, how much content is on it, how interesting and valuable that content is etc etc. But generally, in my experience (which is what you asked for) dynamic templates do better than classic ones and people seem to like them better. They're much better looking anyway!
Yes going by Razzys previous post I would seriously consider not using a free platform, it sounds like using a free blogging platform can very easily turn around and bite you in the ass.
Paying for a blog is really not that expensive when you think about it, not in the long run. It doesn't take too much to have your bog paying its own way. A domain and some hosting doesn't add up to that much, especially when you weigh up the pros and cons of having your own blog versus using a paid blogging platform.
Go with the default templates offered by Blogger. I don't suggest you install some custom ones, they're all buggy. Better stick with the original blogger offers you and you'll be fine.
You have tons of ways to customize the design as well as the functionalities. Check this out: http://bbloggertutorials.blogspot.ro/