Page-level ads have been rolled out recently and now available for use for all webmasters and bloggers. Page-level ads enable you to display AdSense ads on your blogger mobile templates. It helps you monetize your mobile templates just like you monetize mobile apps with Google Admob Ads.
Today we are releasing the most advanced "Recent comments Widget" for Blogger blogs which will display recent comments posted in your blog posts in a descending order i.e. latest at top. It is built from scratch using the same technique that we discussed in our Blogger JSON Feed series. If you have followed our JSON tutorials, you will know exactly how this widget functions and fetches data from blog feed. This gadget is extremely advanced, fast loading and show recent comments in a unique fashion. It works with both official and custom Blogspot templates and is fully mobile responsive.
With strong competition online, content writing optimization techniques keep on changing. Publishers today need to make extra efforts to keep a close eye on how well their content is performing in search results and track the Google Rank of their published content. Winning organic traffic today is no different from a turtle and rabbit race where the smart and consistent wins the race. If you are not tracking the SERPs ranking of your blog posts then you are giving an edge to your competitor. Maintaining a top position in search results is extremely important. 90% of all the clicks made on search pages include the top 20 search results. You need to make sure your content exists in this top list for your primary keyword. Google is continuously changing its algorithm for ranking content online, you need to keep an eye on the results of your SEO efforts.
We have already discussed how to optimize your blog posts and how to avoid making common SEO mistakes that most bloggers make. In today's tutorial I will guide you with how we normally track the Google rank of our content in order to make sure we always stay ahead of the competition.
In programming all objects, elements or arrays have a relationship between each other that is managed in a tree like structure. Where there is a parent/Child or Master/slave or Tree/branch relationship or hierarchy. This is a standard approach to organize data so that it could easily be sorted, re-organized, easily located and updated. You blog feed is similarly written in both XML and JSON format, out of which the JSON is more easily accessible and prompt to browser requests.