How do you find a blog spot?
How to Create a free Website on BlogSpot
- Step 1: Login to Blogger.
- Step 2: Confirm your profile.
- Step 3: Create a New Blog.
- Step 4: Provide Website’s domain name and title.
- Step 5: Start Blogging.
- Step 6: Visit your website.
How do I find a blog on blogspot?
- How to Find a Blog on Blogspot. Search google [keyword site:blogspot.com]
- Google Custom Search. You can also get could results from performing a Google Custom Search, by searching the *blogspot.com subdomain on Google.
- Blogger Forums.
How do I find other peoples blogs?
- Sign in to Blogger.
- In the left menu, click Reading list .
- In the top right, click Manage reading list .
- Click Add.
- Type the URL of the blog you want to follow.
- Click Next.
- Choose whether to follow publicly or anonymously.
- Click Follow.
How to check SEO of blog?
The 14 best SEO tools to boost your blog’s results
- Keyword Explorer.
- Google Keyword Planner.
- Yoast SEO.
- Google My Business.
- Google Analytics.
- Google Search Console.
Is blogging still a thing in 2021?
Blogging is pretty much alive and well, even in 2021. And it will stay like that for many years to come. Even with the introduction of Youtube videos and podcasts, blogging is still a part of many people’s lives.
How do I search for a blog on Google?
If you are on the Google homepage and type a search query into the search field, you can then focus on blogs under the menu “More.” Google will then only display blogs that match this query and have already been indexed. The search options can then be further defined with a few clicks.
Will Blogger shut down?
After the termination of Google Plus, Blogger users are also becoming apprehensive about their position on the platform. However, Google sets the record straight by stating that they don’t plan to close their free blogging service anytime soon.
Who is the number one blogger in the world?
1. HuffPost (founded by Arianna Huffington): $143.1 million. Arianna Huffington, founder of The Huffington Post (rebranded to HuffPost in 2017), built her business up from a current affairs commentary blog to a full-blown media empire between 2005 and 2011, when The Huffington Post was acquired by AOL for $315 million.