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How To Change Post Url In Blogger

Blogger is great Blogging Platform powered by Google. I love this unique place to share my thoughts, opinions and reviews. No SEO geek on earth will suggest you to change a blog post url, this will hamper your SEO ranking both overall Blog Rank and rank related to the particular post of which you are supposed to change URL.

Changing a Post URL is same like replacing real limbs with artificial one but at times inevitable happens and medical surgeons do not find any good option other than doing a replacement surgery. I am not a medico, but in my writing career of over 15 years, couple times I stuck in a situation when I really felt to change a blog post url and I did that.

CHANGE BLOG POST WHEN IT’S ULTIMATELY NECESSARY AND IT WILL TURNOUT MORE PERMANENT

If you have published a post in a Blogger blog and did some error in the URL field, change it now. An error is an error. You cannot leave it unattended. Here is how?


  • Go to Blogger dashboard
  • Navigate to More option
  • From dropdown select Posts
  • Find the post of which you wish to change the URL
  • Check the Radio button adjacent to post
  • Click on Revert To Draft


Now your blog post will turn into draft and disappear from the list of published posts.

Next click Edit below draft post heading. This step will take you to blog post window.


  • Click on Permalink
  • Check Radio Button along Custom Permalink if same is not checked already.
  • Put the desired words you wish to see as link.
  • Next click Done.
  • Click Publish Button


Now your blog post is available with Brand New URL for your audience.

Perhaps this step will affect your ranking for couple days only but in longer run you won’t regret this decision.

Remember, a good URL is more permanent than a faulty one.

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