11 Activities That will Cause Your Blog to be Deleted



Google is watching you

Google Blogger is a very popular publishing platform. Millions of blogs run on Blogger, adding a vast inventory of knowledge to the internet. It is a free service designed for communication, self-expression and freedom of speech. But while that stands, Google also has to uphold its image of quality and safety for its users. If a blogger violates Google's quality guidelines, then Google will take action against that Blogger blog to protect its users. A lot of people ask us why their blog was suspended or deleted, even when they seemingly didn't do anything wrong. Well, there must be something they were doing, which is why Google had to do it. In this post, we discuss what things go against Google's policies, and which things you must avoid to stay safe.

11 things to avoid in Blogger blogs

1. Hate speech

Hate speech is something which, even though is very common on the internet, isn't appreciated by Google. Promoting racism, and hate against a specific religious or ethnic group is a crime, and is not tolerated by Google.

2. Violence

Google is used all over the world by people from different geographic and demographic groups. Promoting violence on your blog would not be suitable to many people, especially children who are easily effected. Also, promoting violence against a certain group comes under racism, which is also not allowed by Google.

3. Illegal activities

Blogging about any sort of illegal activity, such as drug or alcohol use, is illegal. The general rule is, if you could get into trouble by talking about something in front of a cop, then most probably that thing also comes under this section, and is punishable by a ban.

4. Gore

You must not have images, videos, or other graphical content that contains gore, or that could be disturbing to some people. For example, you can not show a man getting brutally killed by a shotgun, or a horrific accident that resulted in gore/death.

5. Adult content

Google has some strict laws against pornography and adult content. Although Google doesn't directly denounce this stuff, you still need to mark your blog as 'adult' from your Blogger settings, otherwise it won't be treated any differently. Google, however, doesn't allow you to make money off adult content.

6. Child Safety

According to Google, it has 'zero tolerance' when it comes to content that might manipulate or harm children. It is strictly against child pornography and paedophilia, and will immediately terminate the account of any blogger who is promoting such stuff.

7. Copyrighted material

No one likes it when someone copies their content and gets away with it. Google has a pretty effective system of curbing this problem as best as it can. First of all, copyrighted content will result in a lower rank, and the suspension of Google AdSense for that site. Continued plagiarism will result in the deletion of your blog. So be ware! (If you find someone copying your content, you should report it to Google).

8. Violating privacy

Please don't publish someone's confidential details without that person's express permission. Posting other people's credit card numbers, phone numbers, contact information, and other such private information is against Google's policies, and must be avoided.

9. Impersonation

Stealing someone else's identity and impersonating someone is a crime punishable by imprisonment and/or fine. For example, pretending to be someone else, or using their aliases is not OK.

10. Spam

Spam is something not appreciated by Google, or any other search engine for that matter.Google is forever trying hard to keep spam out of its system. It rolls out algorithmic updates regularly, and does not appreciate it when you start spamming.

11. Malware

Virus and malware isn't something users appreciate. That is why Google takes initiatives to keep malware out of its system. If your site is infected by a virus, you should check it out immediately. If you are involved with spreading malware more than once, then you run the risk of inadvertently getting banned by Google.

Please note that there might be a few exceptions to these rules due to educational, scientific or artistic considerations. These exceptions are made when there is a benefit gained by the public from such information. Otherwise, blogs with such content will be banned or deleted. So always play safe. And remember! When in doubt, always ask. We're here to help :)

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  2. It was so painfull when it happen after few years of hard work.

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  3. Mohammad bro, can you please write an article how google takes SPAM which would help me to find the exact reason why Google banned by blog and is still not replying at all!

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  4. Really great information for safe our site ...

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  5. Can blogger delete a custom domain blog? Please answer!

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  6. @Geteverything.orgGoogle will delete your blog from their directory but they can't delete your custom domain name.It means that you can create another blog with same custom domain name but you will loose all of your contents and you will have to start from the beginning.

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  7. really informative article,11 points for our safety,thanks

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  11. Really blogs on a site has a great importance. They play a very important role in getting high rank for your webpage in SERP's. I'd like to appreciate your 11 blogging related suggestions. Thanks a million and keep writing valuables like this. :)

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  12. do we have anyway to check the blog has malware or not

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  18. Awesome and very useful post. Well, all these quality guidelines are very important to take care of, especially copyrighted material activity is a serious issue. Plagiarism is not at all good and if anyone comes across it, then it better to report it to Google (file a DMCA complaint. Thanks for sharing and tweeted :)

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  25. My only complaint with these guidelines is in reference to the copyright problem. I received a take-down notice (autobot) about one of my posts claiming that there was a claim of copyright violation. That's all it takes. Merely a claim. The email stated that if I wished to know the exact material (the basis for the claim) I could find it at another site (not owned or operated by Google.) That site's search engine did not work and as far as I know, hadn't worked for months. Thus I could not change my post to make the corrections without taking the risk that my entire blog could be deleted for ignoring the copyright violation. According to Google's information page, any challenge to the takedown would require a lawyer. For one blog post??

    I am very careful about citing my sources and giving attribution when possible. My site is non-profit and a political news/opinion type. It's easy to see how Google's system for copyright violation could be abused by anybody who wished to censor information they don't want others to know about.

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