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How To Transfer Blogger Ownership To Someone Else

We all know that blogger is more flexible than any other blogging platform. Blogger template is easily customized like other blogging platform. If you are planning to sell your blogger blog or wish to transfer the ownership of your blogger blog to your co-author of your blog then you are at the place to learn how you can transfer your blogger blog to someone else. Read also : How to decorate text with shadow effects using CSS.

This tips help you to keep your Google account ID with you save and secure i.e, you do not have to supply your Google account ID to buyer or the co-author of your blog. It is always advice to keep your Google account ID save and secure at any cost.

Steps to Transfer Ownership

Step 1. At first you need to login to your Blogger account

Step 2.> If you have multiple blogs then select the desired blog

Step 3. After that click Settings in the menu located left hand side

Step 4. After clicking on Settings, you will find Permissions. If your blog has co-authors already…

How To Transfer Ownership of Blogger Blog To Someone Else

We all know that blogger is more flexible than any other blogging platform. Blogger template is easily customized like other blogging platform. If you are planning to sell your blogger blog or wish to transfer the ownership of your blogger blog to your co-author of your blog then you are at the place to learn how you can transfer your blogger blog to someone else. This tips help you to keep your Google account ID with you save and secure i.e, you do not have to supply your Google account ID to buyer or the co-author of your blog. It is always advice to keep your Google account ID save and secure at any cost.

Steps to Transfer Ownership

Step 1. At first you need to login to your Blogger account

Step 2.> If you have multiple blogs then select the desired blog

Step 3. After that click Settings in the menu located left hand side

Step 4. After clicking on Settings, you will find Permissions. If your blog has co-authors already then you can easily make your co-author as admin of your blog. …

How To Monetize YouTube Videos That Matched Third Party Content

YouTube is the world's most popular video sharing platform acquired by Google Inc. Each and every blogger publish their videos on YouTube to earn money from their videos. Uploading a video on YouTube is also a part of promotion of a blog or a website. But to earn money from your YouTube video you must be a YouTube partner. To become a YouTube partner you must have approved Google AdSense account. Read also : How to make money online from home.

YouTube has fairly strict guidelines for a video to be eligible for monetization. If you want to monetize your video then your video does not strike copyright information with others.  If your video strike copyright information then your video is not eligible for monetization with Google AdSense. Suppose you have created a video and added a music then your video is not eligible for monetization according to YouTube guidelines. Read also : How to track lost/stolen mobile phone and erase data remotely.

If you upload a video that contain Matche…

Gmail and Yahoo Make Phone Number Compulsory

In a bid to check spam, world's most popular and largest free email providers Gmail and Yahoo have made an amendment into their security regulations and make phone number compulsory for creating of a new email address.

But from now if anyone wish to create a new email address on Gmail and Yahoo then he / she needs to provide valid phone number and both Gmail and Yahoo use that number for verification. Without phone no one can create email address on Gmail and Yahoo.
Earlier phone number was optional and users did not have to provide their phone numbers both on Gmail and Yahoo. But instead if someone repeatedly skips the mobile requirement field while creating new email address, the operation was failed. From now none can create email address without providing phone number.

The Gmail website said, "In an effort to protect our users from abuse, we sometimes ask users to prove they're not a robot before they're able to create or sign in to accounts. Having this additio…