Blogspot domain change effect
Hello hubbers. I want to change my blogspot domain name and I wonder would you lose backlinks and PR ranking if I change it??
Most likely yes. If they are hyperlinks than you can easily change them. Also rankings do change when landing pages differ.
Blogspot.com and Signing Up Blogger has a free hosting site called blogspot ... Blogger evolves and changes with the times.. .It.. can have a marked effect on your success. .For further details, you take help from the Learning Center..
Personally, I wouldn't do it. I have both Blogspot and HubPages, HP is much better for you if you are trying to build readership. Good Luck!
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