Blog Content Policy

Types of Content (Posts) Blog Allowed and Prohibited. It must be known & obeyed so that the blog is safe and successful. There is a ban on Spam Comments and Copy Paste you know ..!

BLOGGER is the most popular and trusted free blogging platform belonging to Google with the domain blogspot.com. We can only create subdomains in front of it, like exampleblognih.blogspot.com.

You can also customize your domain using your own domain name to make it look more professional, credible, and “serious”, especially for Online Store Blog. We can buy the domain at a provider like Qwords trusted one.

For example, address www.exampleblognih.blogspot.com can be changed to www.exampleblog.net making it shorter and easier for visitors to remember. (Read: How to Custom Blogger Domains).

Blogger Content Policy

The following Blogger Content Policy about content or blog posts that we must know and obey so that our blogs are safely controlled and not deleted by Blogger/Google:

Blogger is a free service for communication, self-expression, and free speech. Bloggers increase the availability of information, encourage healthy debate, and enable new relationships between people.

Bloggers recognize that censoring blog content is against services based on free speech. However, in order to maintain these values, Blogger must control abuse that threatens Blogger’s ability to provide the services and freedom of expression it advocates.

As such, there are some limitations on the type of content that Blogger can host. The limits set comply with the penalty requirements and are useful for improving the entire service.

If you come across a blog that you feel violates our policies, please report it using the ‘Report Abuse’ link located above each blog in the ‘More’ drop-down menu. If the blog owner hides this hidden link, report abuse in Blogger Help Center.

Content Restrictions

Blogger content policies play an important role in maintaining a positive experience for bloggers (admins) and users. Please follow the guide. From time to time, Blogger may change its content policies.

Also note, when implementing the policies described below, Blogger may make exceptions based on artistic, educational, documentary, or scientific considerations, or if there are other substantial benefits to the public from not taking action on the content.

Adult Content: Blogger does not allow adult content, including images or videos that contain nudity or sexual activity.

If your blog contains adult content, mark it as adult in the settings. Blogger can also mark blogs with adult content if the user (admin) has not done so.

All blogs marked as adult will be placed behind the adult content warning interstitial. If your blog has warning interstitials, don’t try to avoid or turn off interstitials – this is for everyone’s protection.

There are a few exceptions to Blogger’s adult content policy:

  • Don’t use Blogger as a way to make money with adult content. For example, don’t blog that contains ads for or links to commercial porn sites.
  • Blogger does not allow sexual content, including image, video, or textual content that depicts or encourages rape, incest, bestiality, or necrophilia.
  • Do not post or distribute nude or sexually explicit pictures or videos of yourself, report to Blogger.

Child safety: Blogge has a “zero tolerance” policy towards content that exploits children. Some examples include:

  • Child sexual abuse images: Blogge will close accounts of users who are found to have published or distributed child abuse images.
  • Pedophilia: Blogge does not allow content that encourages or promotes sexual attraction to children. For example, don’t create children’s image galleries where the collection of images or text that goes along with the images is sexually suggestive, and don’t publish content of a sexual nature that involves minors.

Words That Encourage Hate: Blogger products are the foundation for free expression. However, Blogger does not endorse content that promotes or condones crimes against individuals or groups based on race, ethnicity, religion, disability, gender, age, nationality, veteran status, or sexual orientation/gender identity, or whose primary purpose is to incite hatred based on characteristics. this main. This can be a tough one to pinpoint, but if the main goal is to attack a protected group, the content is against the rules.

Crude Content: Don’t post shocking or scary content. For example, a collection of close-up shots of gunshot wounds or crash sites without additional context or commentary violates this policy.

Violence: Don’t threaten other people on your blog. For example, don’t post death threats against a person or group and don’t post content that encourages readers to commit violent acts against a person or group of people.

Abuse: Don’t harass or bully other people. Anyone who uses Blogger to harass or harass may result in its disturbing content being removed or permanently blocked from the site. Online harassment is also illegal in many places and can have serious offline consequences.

Copyright: Blogger’s policy requires responding to notices of clear alleged copyright infringement. More information about our copyright procedures can be found DMCA Bloggers.

Also don’t provide links to sites where your readers can get unauthorized downloads of other people’s content.

Personal and confidential information: It is not allowed to publish other people’s personal and confidential information. For example, don’t post other people’s credit card numbers, Social Security numbers, unlisted phone numbers, and driver’s license numbers.

Also note that in most cases, information that is already available elsewhere on the Internet or in public records is not considered private or confidential at Blogger’s discretion.

Impersonating other people: Do not deceive or confuse the reader by pretending to be someone else or pretending to represent an organization, if that is not true. You don’t mean that you shouldn’t publish parodies or satire — just avoid content that might trick readers into who you really are.

Illegal activity: Do not use Blogger to conduct illegal activities or promote harmful or illegal activities.

For example, don’t write blogs that encourage people to get drunk while driving. Also don’t use Blogger to sell or promote drugs.

If you violate this, Blogger may delete your content. In serious cases, such as those involving child abuse, Blogger may report you to the authorities.

Regulated Goods and Services: Do not use Blogger to sell or facilitate the sale of regulated goods and services, such as unlicensed alcoholic beverages, gambling, drugs and supplements, tobacco, fireworks, weapons, or health/medical devices.

Spam: Spam takes several forms on Blogger, all of which can result in the deletion of your account or blog. As an example:

  1. Create a blog designed to drive traffic to your site or increase its ranking in search listings
  2. Posting comments on other people’s blogs just to promote your site or product
  3. Extracting existing content from other sources with the primary purpose of making money or other personal gain.

Malware and viruses: Do not create blogs that transmit viruses, create pop-ups, attempt to install software without the reader’s permission, or influence readers with malicious code. This is strictly prohibited on Blogger.

Blogger Content Policy Enforcement
Report suspected policy violations using the ‘Report Abuse’ link located at the top of each blog in the ‘More’ drop-down menu or by clicking Reporting Abuse.

Our Blogger team reviews user flags for policy violations. If the blog does not violate the policy, Blogger will not take any action against the blog or the blog owner.

If we find that a blog does violate our content policies, Blogger will take one or more of the following actions, depending on the severity of the violation:

  • Putting blogs into the ‘adult content’ interstitial
  • Putting a blog into an interstitial when only the blog author can access the content
  • Remove offensive content, blog posts or blogs
  • Turning off the author’s access to his Blogger account
  • Turning off the author’s access to his Google account
  • Report users to authorized personnel

Bloggers can also perform the above actions if they find someone has created multiple blogs that engage in repeated harassing behavior.

If your blog has been deactivated, do not create a replacement blog that engages in similar activities.

Well….that’s it, there are so many Blog Content Policies that we MUST know and obey?

If your blog or post is suddenly gone, not indexed by Google, sign in Google Sandbox, Google Adsense got banned, or whatever “error” …. then most likely your blog content has violated this Content Policy. Beware….! (http://exampleblognih.blogspot.com).*

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