One of the best things about Blogger / Blogspot, is that it allows us to store a large number of images. The storage space is shared with Picasa Web. We can say that the limitation on the disk space usage and bandwidth consumed by those images are unlimited. Picasa does have a limited 1 GB
Related posts is one of the most important widget that is used for visitor retention. When a visitor finishes reading a content in your blog, then the best thing to do is to present those visitors with more things to read. Instead of just displaying random things to read, you can show them related posts.
A blog in its sidebar can have different elements displayed. One of those is a listing of posts from the blog itself. The listing can be of popular posts, recent posts and random posts. These are there to grab visitors’ attention, hoping that those visitors might like to read more articles from the blog. Articles
A sitemap is a really important tool for webmasters. It allows a webmaster to generate the entire pages of a website which is pointed out by a single XML file. This sitemap XML file tells search engines about all the pages of an entire website. This allows search engines to crawl through those pages and
Meta description tags are displayed in search engine results as the text that is accompanied below the search result link. Meta description tag is not always displayed in the search engine result descriptions. The content from the page itself can be displayed if it is more relevant. However, having a meta description tag is important.
When it comes to adding a commenting system for your blog, you have many choices. You can use the default commenting system available in Blogger which is not bad. You can also switch to Google’s own Google Plus commenting system for Blogger which is great as long as your visitors have a Google Plus Account.
Displaying recent comments in the sidebar of a blog is one of the common trends. It can be used to show how much active a site it. It can also be used to encourage visitors to comment in the blog. Hence, a lot of bloggers prefer to display the recent comments made in their blog
When you create a blog or website, a contact page is a must. Most of us know about it already. Most of us already have it up on our website. When your blog is hosted on Blogger, you create a page using Page > New Page > Blank Page. Then you add some codes from
Blogger/BlogSpot and Google Plus both have one thing in common: they are both products of Google and there is a certain level of integration between both of them. The first integration that you can see between these two is that you can use a single account to manage your blogs at Google as well as