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The term blogger Has two meanings. It can be used to refer to Google's free blog hosting platform,, or to a person who runs their own blog.

Blogger (person)

Bloggers (or bloggers) are people who run a blog and regularly publish "articles" on it, whether for private or commercial reasons. Blogger posts are often characterized by the fact that they often reflect subjective perspectives. This subjectivity can be related to a person, a group or even an entire brand or corporate identity. A blogger can also be referred to as a Linkerati if they are able to reach a large audience with their messages due to their personality or position.

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With regard to topics, bloggers they are not limited. There is no topic they can't blog about. It is for this reason that there are bloggers of fashion, cars, politics, etc. Some bloggers also form community blogs in which multiple editors write on a common topic.

Private vs. Commercial

The number of bloggers living in Spain cannot be accurately estimated, but it is known to have decreased in recent years. One of the reasons is the appearance of video blogs and Instagram. Another is that, unlike in countries like the United States, not many bloggers can make a living from it.

SEO Bloggers

Blogging is particularly popular in the field of SEO, as blogging presents an important source of information for industry professionals. Popular SEO blogs include the Mediadonis Blog[1]. Examples of blogs in Anglo-Saxon countries include the Moz Blog[2] or Matt Cutts Blog. [3]. (blogging system)

Blogger is one of the services offered by the Google Group. Users can use a Google account to register on and create their own blog. is characterized by a simple, no-cost blog CMS, where bloggers don't need to have HTML knowledge or rent web space.


The Blogger blog hosting service was created in 1999 by Pyra Labs. Since 2003, Blogger has been owned by Google. A year later, the functions of the Picasa image editing program and the Hello program were integrated into those of Blogger. Since then, users of the Blogger system have been able to easily integrate photos into their posts.

In 2004, the design and functionality of was improved. As in WordPress, it is possible to upload messages by email.

Since 2006, all blogs created with a Google account are only stored on the servers of Google Inc. Additional features were introduced in the same year. These included the opportunity to add new designs via drag and drop, as well as RSS feeds.

Advantages and disadvantages of Blogger's blog hosting system

Anyone starting a blog with has many advantages:

  • free accommodation.
  • easy to blog.
  • simple and almost intuitive operation with a single Google account.
  • opportunity to blog with various users.
  • easy monetization thanks to the easy incorporation of Google AdSense.
  • easy to publish using the Google bar.
  • fast configuration and content loading using Microsoft Windows.

The disadvantages are:

  • often monotonous design.
  • few customization options compared to other blog systems.

The IP must be shared with several other blogs.
Simply, the user is free to redirect Blogger content to your own domain. Blogs created using blogger have the following address form:

Blogger as a blogging and SEO system

Bulk configuration of backlinks using bogs has long been an effective means of SEO in order to improve link popularity. Blogger quickly became popular due to its services that allow quick and easy free blog setup. Regardless, SEO and search engine algorithms have changed over time, and massive link building on is not recommended.

Anyone who wants to use blog hosting system for SEO purposes can consider as a additional portal for content transport that are accessed by others. Thanks to the excellent inclusion of blog content in the Google search engine index, it is very easy to access them. This can be very advantageous if one wants for us an address in order to reach a wider audience. Regardless, the same SEO rules for web projects also apply for indexing.