Content management system plays an important role in providing our business a momentum that results in sky-high improvement in all the possible aspects whether it is of the technology or market share. There are various types of the content management system and the two that we have to discuss are Squarespace and Blogger.
Let’s elaborate more about both the systems:
Talking about blogger, it is one of the most straightforward platforms out there in the world of CMS and can be used easily just by the help of hand full of blogging or website knowledge. Being an easy system, it can be the best platform for beginners in the world of blogging who are seeking their career with respect to that of blog related tasks. While on the other hand, Squarespace is quite better when compared with Blogger, as one can manipulate or manage the design according to the requirements. It is so easy to use but there is a learning curve that one needs to follow for achieving expertise for Squarespace.
Talking about the pros, there are many points that play a vital role in making the Squarespace and Blogger beneficial for us. Some of the points that mean to be the beneficial factor for the business are:
Squarespace contains best design interfaces with features such as responsiveness, drag, and drop, where one needs to pick the interface based on the area of interest and can customize the same according to the will. On the other side, coming to that of Blogger, one can easily write, edit posts and add the same in SEO like headings and subheadings.
As far as support is concerned both the content management system provides round clock support and it’s never too late to deliver the best solution for the particular problem.
Pointing blogger with respect to that of pricing includes two cases. If you have a blogspot.com address, then you can freely use the features and all the accesses but in case of buying the domain on go, daddy.com one needs to pay $10 to $20 for the particular duration. Coming to the opponent, Squarespace is not totally free of cost and not a cheaper side to select but as a return of investment it’s just so user-friendly to design the site by the help of Squarespace.
On observing both the systems we come to know that, in the world of CMS nothing can be perfect in all the aspects. So one must go with that which suits best for the particular scenario or the problem instead of going with that one which has gained a great image or brand in the market.