Have you changed the name of your “About Us” page or decided to redo the layout of your website and have created all new pages in Google’s Blogger? If you create a new page in blogger, that page is assigned a new URL and the old, now deleted or deactivated page leaves behind a broken link.Read More
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So… you decided against Google’s free blogging service, Blogger for the more robust, more user-friendly platform, WordPress. Not WordPress.org, but the WordPress where you now need to register and pay for hosting. Now you have to build out the back end of your website. Where do you go from here? What hosting companies can you use? While there are many options out there, some are definitely more user-friendly and have greater access to a customer service team if you have questions.Read More
Backing up your website is CRUCIAL to the health and well-being of your blog. If you are using Google’s Blogger platform for your space, you can’t afford to forget these three simple blog maintenance steps. Be sure to backup your blog’s template if you are making any changes whatsoever – changing fonts, colors, adding simple HTML to your coding, and especially when installing a new theme or design. You will also want to plan to backup of your blog’s template every two weeks or monthly.
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