The Blogspot Blogger allows you to make the page look the way you want it to look and have a custom logo for your site. However, if you’re going to make changes to the template of the page, then you can change it to suit your purpose or style. You can even remove some of the widgets from the sidebar. You can also personalize your site by adding a photo or text in the top bar.
If you’re a blogger who wants to make the most of your blog, here’s a simple trick to improve your page views and gain more followers.
I often see new bloggers who have just started and wonder why they don’t seem to have any followers.
It’s because their blog looks like this…
This is a typical blogger page. There’s nothing special about it, and it doesn’t look like anyone reads it. I know because I have this same page on my site. I’m always amazed at how few people read my posts.
If you have the same problem, you’re not alone. Millions of other bloggers like you don’t even know how to make their blogs stand out.
So, let’s learn how to customize your blogger page and turn it into a winner.
As you can see, the sidebar is an area you can easily add additional widgets to. You don’t have to go out of your way to do so. Just click the “add widgets” button on the left side of your page and choose from the widget category list.
Once you have chosen the widget you want to add, drag and drop it into your desired position.
The best part about widgets is that you can change their size and color by dragging the handle that appears next to them.
The more widgets you add, the more things you can do to optimize your page. You can add a feed, social media links, custom links, an image slider, etc.
For more information, check out our blog post on how to increase your blog traffic.
Additional widgets on the top
There are many widgets available that you can add to the top of your page, including:
– Google Analytics (which I recommend)
– RSS feed
– Social media buttons
These are the most popular ones, but there are dozens more available. They each have different features and can do other things. For example, Google Analytics is great for tracking your SEO efforts, but I find the bookmarklet much easier.
Google Analytics is the best to use because it’s free and easy to implement. However, you may not have access to it if you use Blogspot.
It’s worth taking the time to experiment with different widgets to find what works best for you.
Additional widgets on the right
This may come as a surprise to you, but it’s not just about posting engaging content, it’s also about making your blog look appealing.
I’m sure you’ve seen blogs that don’t load correctly or that look messy. It’s not because they’re wrong, but they’re not “polished.”
A blog page should be optimized for both user experience and SEO. Your page should load quickly, and it should look good when it does.
While most of the features are self-explanatory, here are a few that can help you optimize your blogger page.
Additional widgets on the left
You’ve probably heard of the term “widgets” with blogs. These are little boxes of additional information that can be added to a blogger page.
While widgets can be helpful, they can also be a distraction. When people visit a blog, they often want to get straight to the content. Adding a widget can cause a reader to click on it, only to be taken away from the main article.
To avoid this, add your widgets to the left side of the page. It’s a great way to increase your page views and generate more traffic to your site.
Additional widgets on the bottom
Many bloggers are aware that adding widgets to the bottom of the page can lead to increased conversions. But they don’t know how to do it.
There are two types of widgets; the first is the obvious one, and the second is less obvious.
The first type is the widget that can be added to the “right sidebar”. This includes popular social media buttons, such as Facebook or Twitter.
While this is important, it’s not the only way to boost conversions. The second type of widget is less obvious but just as effective.
To do this, you need to add a “bottom widget”.
A bottom widget is an element that is positioned at the very end of the page, right below the “read more” button.
You can use this to include things like “social sharing buttons”, “related posts”, or “newsletter signup”.
I recommend including all of these.
To get more visitors and followers, you should add extra widgets to your footer.
The easiest way to do this is to add an RSS widget. It’s pretty easy to set up and doesn’t cost anything. All you need is a free account on FeedBurner, and you’re good to go.
You can then create a feed for any blog post, allowing visitors to subscribe to your updates.
When you’ve got a lot of followers, you can also add some Twitter widgets. This works a little differently, but it still gives you a quick way to engage with your audience.
Frequently asked questions About blogger page.
Q: Is there anything else I should add to my blogger page?
A: I would suggest making sure that you have a picture of yourself on your blog. You can use an online image editor such as PicMonkey or Pixlr Express. Make certain the picture is in focus and that you are standing with one leg straight and the other slightly bent.
Q: Are you a blogger? If so, where can readers find you?
A: Yes, I am a blogger. I’m currently writing for VOGUE and Harper’s BAZAAR.
Q: How do you feel about being a blogger?
A: I’m thrilled!
Top Myths About blogger page
1. The Customization Page will change automatically every time you update the blogger.
2. You must remove any pictures from the Blogger Customization Page.
3. The size of your customization page can be changed by going to the Blogger Customization Page and editing the size.
4. Only a few changes can be made on the Blogger Customization Page.
In conclusion, I hope you found this post helpful. If you did, please share it with others who might be interested in writing. And if you’re looking for help with your content marketing campaign, feel free to contact me.
I’ll be happy to help you set up a campaign to help you reach your goals.