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    How To Add a Forum To Your Blogspot Blog?

    August 21, 2011
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    To better interact and connect with the readers on your blog, it’s  always good to have a forum running on your blog. It provides a path for the readers to interact between themselves, thereby, we actually build a community of bloggers. Sounds good. Isn’t it? But, how do I do this, that too on Blogger? Well, it’s pretty simple! In this article, I’ll guide you to embed a free forum on your blogger/blogspot blog. You ...

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    How to Add Facebook Comments to BlogSpot Blogs

    August 15, 2011
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    BlogSpotr and Facebook are two most widely used free service. Blogger provides you an opportunity to publish your content and earn from it and Facebook on the other hand helps you to stay connected to your friends 24*7. If you are a BlogSpot user then you must be outraged by its comment system, so am I. Recently I came across Facebook Comment Plugin and found it really amazing and tried to integrate it with my ...

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    How to Display Latest Google plus Updates on WordPress/Blogger Blogs

    August 11, 2011
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    Just as Google is obsessed with page speed, I’m kinda of obsessed with Google+. In this article, I would like to share two simple methods to display your latest updates from Google+ on your blog – be it WordPress or BlogSpot. I usually post articles aimed at blogs run on blogspot, but the case in this article is little different. I’ve the codes for WordPress users as well. So, without wasting time, let’s get started ...

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    [BlogSpot SEO] Simple Script to Optimize Your Blog for SEO

    August 5, 2011
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    This post is rather intended to blogs run on blogger than to ones on WP because WP users have the platform to make their blog SEO optimized whereas those on blogger do not. They need to manually add alt & title tags to their images and specify a rel=”nofollow” & target=”_blank” for external links that they use in their post editor. Specially it’s a wise advice to keep your external links (Non useful) nofollow and ...

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    Top 3 Reasons to Choose BlogSpot Over WordPress

    August 1, 2011
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    Search Google(or any search engine) for “Blogger vs WordPress”. 9/10 people would say that WordPress is better than Blogger. And I don’t deny the fact, but it’s wrong to say BlogSpot is bad. BlogSpot may not offer as many features as WordPress, but for a novice blogger, BlogSpot have it’s own advantage. When people face criticism for blogging at Blogger, they don’t really know what to say in their favor and hence make the change ...

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    Robots.txt file on BlogSpot Blogs: Google SEO Mistake with BlogSpot Search Pages

    July 30, 2011
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    Well, it’s quite interesting to know that there’s a different story behind the robots.txt file for blogs run on blogger. Basically, a robots.txt file is placed on the root directory to block the search engines from crawling specific directories or pages on your blog. By this way, webmasters take control to let the spiders know what directories are accessible and what needs to be indexed. The most common question asked by BlogSpot bloggers is: How ...

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    Google Blocked Co.CC Domains from Search Results

    July 4, 2011
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    In an unpredictable move Google deindexed and blocked all Co.cc domains and sub domains. Co.cc domain is quite popular among BlogSpot bloggers and many of them are using it as a custom domain. Even Co.cc could be used for Adsense approval but now this won’t even work. Co.cc is a bulk free sub domain provider and in last couple of years, it’s heavily been used for spamming, adsense for parked domain and spam sites. As ...

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    How to Add Favicon to BlogSpot Blogs? [Easy Way]

    June 14, 2011
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    When ever we talk about Blog branding, we always talk about Favicon as a crucial part. I already added it as a part of 3 things your blog should have from day 1. In WordPress, you can upload the favicon at the root of your WordPress directory and your Favicon will be live. Though in BlogSpot, we were required to edit our template to show favicon of our blog. Couple of days back, BlogSpot team ...

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