Google Base blog import instructions

November 21st, 2005
brainstorming, Cool Scripts, LinkyLoo

Google Base blog import instructions You can add your existing content to the Google Base for broad distribution with only a few easy steps Follow Niall’s steps to make your blog content available and distributed through Google Base.




  1. CT (6 comments.) says:

    Is this really an intended use for Google Base? SiteMap is a dedicated way to help Google index your site; and even the simple “Submit Your Site” form should cover you as well.

    Not only do I not see the point, but I wonder if Google wouldn’t pull the plug on this, especially if it gets flooded with both legitimate sites and splogs etc.

  2. Nick (3 comments.) says:

    I don’t see why anyone would want their content on Google’s pages. I’ve read that one eventual use of Google Base is as a replacment for blogs. Thanks G, but I’ll keep my content on my own site.

  3. david kaplan says:

    What I am looking for is an algorithm telling me on how to build, debug and place, on-line, a blog. I have no idea on how to proceed.

    By algorithmic I mean a recipe telling me the ingredients (software) and actions I must take to build, debug and place, on-line, a blog.

    I am a mathematician and can read instructions that start from the beginning and continue to an end. It should not be assumed that what is obvious to you is obvious to me. I looked, on-line, for such an algorithm but not found it.

    The reason I chose this site to post such a request is that here there is a place to post it. I haven’t found any other place with for me to place the request.

    Happy New Year and thank-you for any help you can provide.

    David Kaplan

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