Jun 30, 2017

How To Create, Delete or Change Blogger Labels

Creating, deleting or editing Lebels in Blogger helps in maintaining and organizing blogging topic structure or categories. In other to maintain a user-friendly blog, you must always keep your blog topics organized by creating and assigning lebels to every blog post you make. 

Setting up your blogging topics in categories called lebels in blogger makes it easy for users to navigate within your blog and find article(s) they want based on the topic of their choice and also help users to discover similar titles on your blog. Managing Labels in Blogger isn't as easy or straightforward as in WordPress where it is seen as categories

One of the benefits of adding keyword phrases to each post as lebel is to enable google crawlers properly index your contents or posts and faster for better google search result(s). For this reason, it is advised that you do a double check on your blog post(s) lebels to find out if there are some labels with incorrect spellings, or that you want to eliminate some redundant ones to allow readers to navigate your content more easily. 

Based on the above reason, i will be guiding you through the process of creating, deleting and editing labels in your Blogger Blog.


Creating and Assigning a New Label In Blogger:

1. For Single Post
While writing post in the Blogger post Editor, you have a Label section below Post settings on the right sidebar where you can assign some labels to that post. To create the lebel, simply click on Lebels as shown below and type in the lebel name of your choice and click Done and the Lebel will be assigned.



2. For Multiple Posts
a). On your Blogger dashboard, click on Posts on the right sidebar and you will see a list of all your posts.

b).  Select the posts you want to assign lebels to by checking on the box on their left. Then, click on the Label action button on top of the list of posts, and choose the label to assign and the lebel will be assigned to all the posts you have selected. 

Note: If that label was already assigned to a selected post, then it will be unassigned. In the cause of that, locate that particular post and re-assign the lebel again. 

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Deleting a label

a). To delete a lebel, click on the All lebels tab at the top right side and select the lebel (ex: Android) you want to delete to filter the post(s) under that lebel. 

b). Select the posts you want the lebels to be deleted from by checking on the box on their left. Then, click on the Label action button on top of the list of posts, and choose the label that lebel you want to delete (ex: Android) and the lebel will be removed or deleted from all the posts you have selected. 

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Editing a label


Unfortunately, you can not edit a label in Blogger the way you can edit tags and categories in WordPress. But that doesn't mean you can't get the job done. If you want to rename a certain label, then simply select all posts from that label, and change their label. To do this, first get a list of all posts under a certain label by clicking on the Label selection button on the top-right.

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Jun 28, 2017

Free images for your blog approved for google adsence application using google advanced image search

Today, i will be tutoring you on how to use Google advanced image search to get free images and pictures for your blog posts so you can easily get approval from google when you apply for adsence. With the help of google advanced image search, you can find images available for personal and commercial use. These images that am talking about, are not copyrighted and are free to use, share or modify. 

If you are a blogger longing for google adsence approval but uses images downloaded from normal google image search otherwise known as google organic image search, mind you, you will hardly get approval for adsence. This is because, most of those images are all copyrighted images and cannot be used for displays in blogs without credit to the original owner or creator of the content or image. As a matter of fact, Google hate it when you infringe on copyrights or intellectual properties without linking back or giving credit to the source of your information.

This post is to help you know what you've been doing wrong when you make your blog posts and how you can correct it.

WRONG PRACTICE
⇒ Using Images on your Blog from  normal Google organic Image Search


CORRECT PRACTICE
⇒ Using Images labeled reuse On your Blog from Google Advanced Image Search

From the above listed practices, you can now see that the second option appears to be the most correct method. This is simply because, it provides you an option to search for images according to image license types and non-copyrighted images, image labeled for reuse, images labeled for commercial reuse, and images labeled for reuse with modification etc. Through this search method, you will be able to filter your images and as such, get non-copyrighted images that you can use in your blog posts without any copyright infringement.

As a matter of fact, if you didn't create the content, you have no right to use or share it, until you get a permission for use from the original creator or owner of the article.

Whether you see the copyright © 2017 sign at the footer of a website or not, it is improper that you should make use of the content because, it goes against the copyright law.

If it is considerably necessary for you to copy contents, it is also necessary that you give credits to the original owner or people that helped you in the creation of that your final work. As this is always shown at the end of every Movie, Books and Articles where the author writes references giving credit to real owners of contents.



Statistically, about 30% of content creators DO NOT PERMIT Copying or using their works most especially, when the item you copied is for Sale. They don't care about you giving them back-links.

Also, about 70 - 75% of content creators would be comfortable if you attribute their name or website link as the 'Original Creators'. Because, they see it as a form of advertising and a form of back-link respectively.

Follow the steps bellow to get non-copyrighted images for you blog posts:

1. Visit www.google.com

2. Click on images at the top NavBar as shown below




















3. Click on Settings and select Advance search as shown below















4. Type in the image search term you want or image keywords you wish to search for














5. Goto usage rights, click inside the box and choose "free to use share or modify" and finally click Advanced Search as shown below and get your images filtered.



















Here is the direct link for google advanced image search  https://www.google.com/advanced_image_search

 I Hope this posts adds value to your blogging experience - And if you use images from my blog please link back as it is the right thing to do and the creative commons license type i use. 

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