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(Blogger) Google begins massive migration from blogspot.com to googleblog.com

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by mkm98, Apr 9, 2016.

  1. mkm98

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    John Mueller Google Webmaster, announced that Google will transfer all Blogger blogs from the blogspot.com domain to the new domain googleblog.com who considers Google a more formal.


    When we asked John Mueller why!
    He said: The reason behind this is to help users understand that administered these codes and are powered by Google.


    And began the transfer process started from webmasters codes of Google, which is now on this form https://webmasters.googleblog.com. And the base address will be transferred using 301 redirect to the new address process.


    And Google plans to transfer all blogs to the new address googleblog.com start from oldest to newest.:cool:


    Said John Mueller, "The title of the old Entries will be redirected to the new domain, so your articles links will be as it is and will not change." However, RSS feeds and comments will not be forwarded, you will need to re-subscribe to those services separately.:cool:
    So I advise you to buy a particular domain and linking him to Blogger.
     
  2. blackbeans

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    I wonder what the long term impact of this would be on multi-tiered or link tier schemes and empires people have built in the past.

    I think it's just going to be a simple case of redirection, so I don't think there would be any long term harm.

    The bigger issue is would this have an impact on overall traffic volumes.

    Believe it or not, BlogSpot does have quite a bit of internal traffic volume.

    It would be a shame to see that erode over time.
     
  3. mrpianoman

    mrpianoman Newbie

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    That doesn't seem to be the case.

    "That?s because starting today, Google is moving its blogs to a new domain to help people recognize when they?re reading an official blog from Google. These changes will roll out to all of Google?s blogs over time."

    I believe this change only applies to Google's official blogs. At least that's all the meaning I can infer from that statement.