Do Adwords And Blogger Mix?

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I'm just wondering because I have an aged blogger blog, with about 85 posts (multiply that by like 700+ words/post). So that's a lot of content.

Do you think they'd have a problem with me sending adwords traffic there? And does Blogger let you have a page that's just a squeeze page, or is that against their terms?

#adwords #blogger #mix
  • Profile picture of the author Gary Becks
    Do you at least own the domain? I personally would never invest that much time adding content to a site that I do not actually own. It makes no sense IMO.

    In any case your site should not have any problem since it sounds to be of pretty good quality as far as the amount of content that you have added and all. I don't see why they would have a problem with you having a squeeze page either.

    I know you didn't ask this question but I feel the need to give you this small piece of advise, move your blog to something that is self hosted and owned by you. This way you don't have to waste time wondering about blogger or any other sites TOS. You have put in quite a bit of work and it would be sad to see it go to waste because Google/Blogger decided that you broke their rules.

    Good Luck..

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  • Profile picture of the author roxstar
    Thanks Gar', I was actually thinking the exact same thing. I just need to get my credit card -.-' lol without it I'm kinda stuck with this blogger blog.

    And I have one more question:

    If I move all my content (assuming I shut the blogger blog down, of course) will it have a negative impact on my new site?
    Kris Roxas - Founder of Incredible Wind Media and Restless Events. Restless Events is the fastest-growing corporate launch events company in Canada. You can find me on Twitter and Facebook.
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  • Profile picture of the author Gary Becks
    As long as you can keep your url structure the same I don't see why you would have any problems.

    Assuming that you move your content over to a self hosted Wordpress blog, you can pretty much use any url structure that you want for your posts so you should be just fine.
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