Earlier Google was not providing facility to change default URL of Blog post in blogger posts and bloggers was unable to customize blog post links according to their needs. Now Google provides the facility to edit Blog post links with their own custom links. And this is such good news for bloggers those are suffering with default and boring links. Now Blog posts will become more SEO friendly.
Remember when Google adds Search Preferences in their Blog Posts, Blog posts are becoming SEO friendly and Bloggers have the option to track Search Engines to their posts more easily with more keywords, but it was not sufficient because of default links. Bloggers can Change default URL of new posts. Currently this option is only available for New Posts. Remember Google Webmaster Boots when visit your websites or Blog they read your links and if your links have some words like, Keygen, Crack or Serial Keys etc… Then they become more active and report to Google for violating of the copyright act of distribution of copyright material if you have not own copyrights of that content. I have a story; I have made a blog and posts some free software links to them, Even I have not posted any KeyGen, Crack or Serial Keys etc… But when I publish that post it will give me by default link with name Keygen. And I did not notice it when Google report me for violation and it was very bad impression of my work and my web blog. How it will work I will guide you.
Please see the video and follow below steps.
How to Change Default URL of Blogger
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Change Default URL in Blogger
Nowhere is the process to make a custom URL for New post in Blogger.
Please follow the steps:
- Go to your Blogger Account.
- Click on New Post.
- While making “New post” Click on the sidebar option Permalink
- There will be two options for you, Automatic URL and Custom URL
- Select Custom URL and “Enter your desired URL“.
- Click “Done” and “Publish” your post.
After that you can see your custom URL in the address bar when you open the post.
Note: Currently this option will work for only New Posts.