Different steps are followed in the creation of a Blogger blog to those take for a WordPress Blog. If we decide to go with Blogger the steps to create the blog are as follows:

Step 1: In the home page of your Blogger account, which you access after creating an account or directly with a  gmail account, click on the “New” button at the top of the blog

Step 2:You will see that a new window appears with several fields. In the Title field, type the name that you are giving to your blog.

Step 3:In the Address field, enter the URL of your blog. If a yellow alert box appears, it is because the address is already being used by someone else.

Step 4:Then you must select one of the template designs that appear in the middle. Do not worry if you can not see it in detail, you will have the change or modify it.

Step 5: Finally, click on the Create button and its ready! Your blog has been created as easy as that.

WordPress is one of the most widely used blogging services on the internet as it is a platform with a lot of features that allows you to save time when creating content. The steps to create a blog here are as follows:

Step 1:Open your browser and enter a WordPress preference by typing the following address: www.wordpress.com

Step 2: After the WordPress page opens , click on the “Create” button.

Step 3: Select a design template for your blog.

Step 4: Select a form on which you must enter your email and set up your username, password and the URL of the blog.

Step 5: A new form will appear on which you can choose the type of your website domain, if you have a domain you can assign it to the creation of the blog, alternatively you can choose to create a blog or buy a domain directly from WordPress

Step 6: Select the type of hosting plan for your blog.

Step 7:Create an account from which you can access the administration panel of the blog.

Step 8:Finally, the page where you can manage your blog content that will be opened.

Although it seems that the WordPress process is longer, basically the steps with the content management systems are the same and lead you to the same end point. Importantly, no coding is required and everything is loaded from a simple template, where the styles of typography are very similar to what you might find in a word processor like Microsoft Word.