What’s the future of Google’s .blogspot extension blog service
Blogger is an American online content management system founded in 1999 which enables its users to write blog with time-stamped entries. Pyra Labs developed it before being acquired by Google in 2003. BY WIKIPEDIA
Every time when blogging on www.blogspot.com mind of the blogger minds arises the question of the future of google’s blogs. Google’s free blogger service is an amazing gift by google to the world. If we think about the efficiency of the free blog then we can say it has many limitations in terms of comparing it to industry-level blogging.
There are plenty of options available like WordPress and coding for a professional perspective of blogging. However, blogger is a free service and is being still updated by google. As Google is the world’s most used search engine. The efficiency of blogspot free blog would be said to be hopeful.
If one can manage to post daily articles then one can easily start getting passive income from your blogger blog.
These are the top 8 reasons why.blogspot extension blogs will still have a bright future.
- Blogspot is a creation of google and is still being supported.
- Blogger service is a free and easy-to-manage blogging service.
- As it is made by google hence it ranks fairly well on google, Google is a paradise of traffic.
- You can use it as a secondary blog for your business to get traffic or to engage with your audience.
- You can self-code your blog or use free/ 3rd party paid blog themes in your blog.
- Blogspot blog easily connects with your own domain.
- You can connect all the developer tools by google to track traffic and traffic behaviors.
- As GOOGLE’s market cap in 2023 is $1.203 Trillion there are millions of opportunities for updates in the future.
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