As you may already know, you can set the limit for the number of posts you want to show on your homepage manually from the Blogger Posts Settings, but no such feature is available for label pages. Blogger shows around 10 posts on a label page by default.
Blogger is one of the most popular blogging platforms which provides all its services for free. You can create your own blog within seconds and start sharing your words with the world. It is very simple to publish posts on your Blogger blog from the desktop.
Did you also notice that when you upload images on Blogger, they become a little blurry? No matter how sharp your images really look, they will lose their quality once you upload them on Blogger. This happens because Blogger will automatically resize and compress your blog images.
There are so many good reasons why you should compress your blog images. One of the most important reasons is that it will reduce the overall size of your web page. Obviously, this will also speed up the page load time of your website and thus improves the user experience.
Do you know that images also play an important role in the SEO (search engine optimization) of your website? Most of the bloggers mainly focus on making the content of their posts seo-friendly, and they completely avoid image SEO optimization. Like blog posts, your images are also crawled by search engines and indexed in the …
Blogger is one of the most popular blog-publishing services which allow users to create their own blog for free even if they don’t know anything about coding. By default, your free blog will be hosted on the subdomain of blogspot.com, however, you can also setup a third-party custom domain on Blogger to make your blog …
Blogger has also made it quite simple to switch your website from HTTP to the secured HTTPS version with just a single click. You don’t even need to pay anything for the SSL certificate as Blogger offers it for free even for custom domain websites.
Did you also get a notice on your AdSense account that the ads.txt file is missing on your website, due to which your earnings are at risk? Google AdSense is sending this notice to all publishers who have not implemented ads.txt file on their website(s).
If you just got your Google AdSense account approved, you might be confused about where to place ads on your Blogger website/blog. Google AdSense has various ad units and ad sizes available.
Do you want to add Google AdSense ads at the end of the post on your Blogger website/blog? These ads will perform very well and they can generate a good amount of revenue. The CTR (click-through rate) and CPC (cost per click) of the ads are quite high at the end of the post. You …