Google Blogger service is a best platform for bloggers
to blogging with huge features. Google always try to improve the user
experience time to time, as a result they are changing all of their products
and services. Beside of this you would get some server error while using Google
blogger such as Error 404 Page Not Found, Bed Request Error 400, 301 Redirect. Common
server side redirects are 301 and 302 redirects which use HTTP header to
explain that a page or resource has moved one location to other location. A 301
redirect is permanent redirection from non-www to www version which means that
the web server is using HTTP to direct the browser to the new location of the
file, and a 302 redirect is temporary. Each code indicates individual meaning. These are both
server-side redirects, Web browser can handle these types of redirect much faster
than client-side redirects and can cache the correct location of the file.
There are some common ways to improve the efficiency of a Google blog and how it's preserved by search engines by configuring the website
or blog server settings.
Evaluate Google Blog Server Side Behavior

404 HTTP Status Code:

that a fabricated URL entry on your blog returns a 404 header which means pages
that are not exist on blog send a 404 HTTP status code. If your blog does not
have a 404 error page, create one and redirect all fabricated URLs.

301 Redirects:
your blog handle 301 redirection from www to non-www version or between URLs
with and without trailing slash (and redirects as appropriate). As an alternatively
of 301 redirection use a canonical Meta tag.

GZIP Encoding:

encoding means compresses your webpages content and minify CSS before sending them
over to the browser. This drastically reduces load time since the files are
much smaller to your page speed optimizations.


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