C Siteworld wrote:Okay there is a Wordpress .com and Wordpress.org, Which one should we use ?
And what if you started with .com and your site is there, what happens to the site you have on .com if you decide to go with .org ?
There are serious differences between Wordpress.com and .org.
Assuming, since you're here, that you want to make money with your site, Wordpress.com would be a disaster.
Since they pay for the hosting of your site, they've decided that, not only can you not monetize your site in any way, but they will put their own ads on your pages. You have no control over this.
You have no option to change your theme or add any plugins.
Those reasons are more than enough to stay away from .com. That blogging platform is essentially for people who just want to talk about whatever concerns them and make it public and not pay for anything - and that's about it.
As far as transferring to a .org platform, I'd assume you could ftp your files over to your new host, although I've never been in that predicament to have tried it.
With Blogger.com, you're on Google property - again, no control over your site.
Hope that helps.