Can Blogger Delete Your Blog For No Reason?

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Yesterday i tried to clear 5 Basic Misconceptions Of WordPress Users About Blogger. There was one major miss conception that i wanted to clear out then, but it required much detail to be discussed. So will Blogger really delete your blog for no reason?

To summarize, NO!

Have you ever thought about the position Google or Blogger in specific is enjoying online? Folks at Google (Blogger) had always tried their best to make the online experience better than before. After all they are here for business right? And its in 'their' interest to follow the what they are doing. (i.e to build a spam free online environment).

Who complains?

Google (Blogger) have set some guild lines and terms of service. So any Blogger blog, that doesn't follow the set rules, often gets suspended or worst deleted. Its just obvious. We all agree to the terms and conditions before setting out our blogs. Thats in fact the biggest lie we could ever make. Have we ever read those working conditions? We should.
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Note that Blogger doesn't entertain any personnel grudge against a particular webmaster. Its not how the internet giants work. Straight, there are rules, and the one who doesnt follow
them gets penalized. Easy?

So whats against their policy?

blogger policiesThis is mandatory to know as we would not want our years of hard work going out in vain. To quote a Blogger engineer:

it's worth describing a few examples of what Blogger regularly removes, as part of its zero tolerance policy to abusive / inappropriate content:

- Affiliate marketing.
- Content created with scripts and programs, rather than by hand.
- Content or links referencing referral-based activities such as GPT, MMH ("Make Money from Home"), MMF ("Make Money Fast"), MLM ("Multi-Level Marketing"), PTC, or PTS.
- Content scraped from other blogs / websites.
- Copyright Infringement.
- Large blogs with multiple, unfocused / unrelated subjects.
- Links to Illegal Downloads / Streaming / Torrents.

There are literally millions of Blogger blogs out there. Search out for Blogger blogs today, it gave 595,000,000 search results. Thats the number Blogger has to deal with. They have set up an algorithm that automatically suspends out the blogs that doesn't abide by the said polices above.

Though the good part of the story is, that you get the chance to appeal. They don't want you to get demoralized. All they strive for is to ensure a better online experience where there are minimal blogs with viruses, marlwares, copied content etc.

You are not singled out

not singled outAs i mentioned before, Google is working hard to make blogging experience spam free. For that, there is a possibility that your blog (that do abides by the TOS) get into the trap. And that's what the appealing procedure is all about. Ill make a detailed post tomorrow explaining how exactly can you bring your blog back (restoration), but only if your blog abides by the working laws.

Here are few explaintions from Blogger that suggests that you're singled out.
Stay tuned for the restorations post tomorrow. There are generally 4 steps that are to be followed. Every step has its own significance.


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  1. Nice but frightening post :)
    Mine blog is on blogspot,I think now its time to move to self hosting........

    PR7 Dofollow Blogs List

  2. @Ritesh Warke

    Ritest Warke,

    Sorry to say that moving to a self-hosted solution would not help bloggers from the chop.

    To be safe, just follow Blogger's Official guidelines.

  3. Hassam Ahmad Awan,

    Your guidelines are good but they are not entirely correct. Please refer to Blogger's Term of Service to get more understanding.

    Keep up the good work! :)

  4. can we have something other than blogger and wordpress or you have planned a series for this one as well?

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  6. Thanks for awaring us great post great writing skill.Keep Posting.

  7. Really useful and informative.

  8. Hi Hassam,

    I am not sure as to what happened, I was following your different tricks on my blog and did a number of customizations. But after that, my new posts url takes the first few words from my page as the http url. Before it used to be the title.

    Check and to see the difference in url.

    How can I fix it?


  9. if i moved to custom domain purchased by google, then Can google remove my blog or not?