New Help Forum for Google Blogger Users

Millions of users publishing their blogs from the Blogger Forum had long felt the need for a dedicated help forum; Blogger users had to search and search the web to locate relevant tutorials and then attempt to implement the recommendation on their blogs. This is based upon my own experience as a blogger and website owner, I have been blogging for nine years and most of it is on the Blogger platform.

A dedicated help form, like the WordPress forms was one of the main drawbacks of Blogger. True, there is the Google Products Forum for Blogger users, the official help forum for Blogger users; however, from what I have experienced over the years, you rarely find what you are looking for. If someone asks a query, it either goes unanswered or you get cryptic answers, most of the senior users appear to be either extremely cautious or unwilling to offend Blogger.

The Blogger Help Forum, powered by Blogger users and founded by the owner of the site promises to meets most needs of bloggers using the Google Blogger Blogging platform. From what I have seen there is a lot of activity on the forum, experts are available and try their best to help their fellow bloggers. Most of queries appear to be genuine and those in need, including newbies can learn a lot just by going through the threads. This forum can be assessed – Here –

As I use both WordPress and Blogger, it is my experience that Blogger is the superior Blogging platform. For all the talk, the much-hyped WordPress Plugings are over rated and make no difference to traffic or SEO. Finally, all that matters in content and the chaps who keep on harping “content is king” are right.

Categorized as Blogging

By Sujata Nerurkar

I am an Expert Indian Chef, Food Columnist and Adviser. I write on food and recipes on my site and conduct cooking, candle making, chocolate making, dry cleaning, decoration and other art classes. The recipes and food themes given by me are unique and original and appear regularly in numerous reputed periodicals, newspapers and magazines.

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