My website was moved from WordPress to Blogger.com recently.
I used to run my blog on Bluehost. It was a three years contract. To be honest, the Bluehost service was super stable. The website only failed less than three times in the last three years. However, the renewal price was over $300.
Hence, I started to explore an alternative. WordPress.com was an excellent option. However, I experienced it a few years ago. I want to try something new.
GitHub Pages is a trendy blog service. But it needs to be simpler to set up. Try if you have time.
Eventually, I decided to go with Blogger.com. I need something stable and long-lasting. Blogger.com has been a Google service since 1997. It is long enough to prove the service's stability. And it is free to use with some advanced features. Such as the custom domain, SSL and AdSense, etc...
It is easy to import WordPress content to Blogger.com. Some online tools can convert the exported WordPress XML to Blogger.com format. It took me 15 minutes for data migration.
My website is a information technology blog. I post scripts and commands frequently in posts. Blogger.com does not have the code syntax highlighter. The highlightjs library is a common plugin for Blogger.com. There are a lot of integration tutories on the internet.
Overall, Blogger.com is a lightweight content management service. Although it does not have many fancy features, it is enough for technical blogs.