#BlogSpot

The Only Guide You Need To Setup BlogSpot Custom Domain

The Only Guide You Need To Setup BlogSpot Custom Domain

I have talked about importance of custom domain name for BlogSpot blogs so many time, and anyone who is on free blogging platform like BlogSpot.com or WordPress.com, it's my recommendation to use a custom domain name instead of free domain name. If you are a starter, let me clear your doubts regarding free domain name Vs. custom domain name. For starters: How to create a free blog on BlogSpot Platform When you start a blog on BlogSpot.com, you usually get a domain name like (name.blogspot.com) and this is what we call as a free domain name. (30 comments)

10 Premium Looking Free Blogger Templates Of 2015

10 Premium Looking Free Blogger Templates Of 2015

Your blog design is the first thing that attracts first-time readers. When it comes to BlogSpot templates, we have many free and paid options out there. Most of the people who start blogging on BlogSpot, they tend to stick with free templates offered by BlogSpot.com. These stock templates are simple and elegant, but there are many web-developers, who develop premium looking blogger templates for free. Here I'm sharing a collection of BlogSpot templates, which are premium looking and comes with a price tag of "FREE". Most of these custom blogger (7 comments)

How to Enable Google Plus Commenting on BlogSpot Blogs

How to Enable Google Plus Commenting on BlogSpot Blogs

Long time back, Google announced about Google plus commenting system, and now it's finally available for BlogSpot blogs. Compare to default blogger commenting system, Google plus commenting system gives you more power to go social, and will help you to build a better community around your BlogSpot blog. If you have a blogger enabled blog, you should consider enabling Google plus comment system on your blog.  This guide will help you to get started. There are two steps which you need to do: If you have not integrated your blog with Google plus (14 comments)

WordPress or BlogSpot : Which is Better?

WordPress or BlogSpot : Which is Better?

When it comes to blogging, we have plenty of options such as WordPress, BlogSpot, Tumblr to name a few. One of the most talked topic here is WordPress or Blogger for blogging. This gets pretty confusing at time, as many users like BlogSpot because of less tech hassles, and many users love WordPress, because of more power and features. When someone ask me, which platform I should start with, here is my answer: My recommendation is always start with WordPress.com for a month, and once you get accustomed with blogging, you should start a new blog on Self (24 comments)

How BlogSpot Users can Prepare for WordPress Migration

How BlogSpot Users can Prepare for WordPress Migration

BlogSpot is one of the best Blogging platform to start your Blogging career, as it's free and you don't have to pay for anything like hosting images or premium plugins and tons of free themes are out there. Though, over the time when you get more accustomed with Blogging, you would realize BlogSpot is not an ideal option for your Blog future for many reasons: You have less control over SEO of your blog. You can lose your blog anytime as Google holds the right to delete or ban any BlogSpot blog for violation of their rules. BlogSpot is not (10 comments)