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After more then 4 years of blogging I have decided to migration my personal blog to its own domain There are few reasons why I have migrated my blog to new domain.
  1. Custom domain is your own identity. So you can create your brand.
  2. Now all page ranks and All SEO belongs to my custom domain instead of blogger platform.
  3. SEO will be more easy then standard custom domain.
  4. I want to reach more people and its easy with your custom domain
  5. People will share bookmarks with my custom domain. So If I migrated my blog to another plate all things will remain same.
  6. PageRank was increasing with subdomains very slowly. While with custom it will increase faster.
  7. In lots of companies I have seen block blog word with custom domain its will removed. So more people can reach at my blog when they need me.
Here is a great link which inspired me a lot for migrating my blog to to

Note: I have not change my feeds address for personal blog. So RSS feeds will remain same at-

On this opportunity once again I would like thanks my reader and my supporters for making me whatever I am. Without you guys it would not have been possible. You are the real hero for me. So please keep reading my blogs and send me suggestions to make better and better.

One another great news is that DZone people send me a certificate for my DZone MVB. So I would like to take this opportunity to  share with you guys.


That’s it. Please comment your views about my blog. Stay tuned for more..Till then Happy Programming.. Namaste!!!

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  1. Can you please share what steps you have done to migrate your blog. I think you have loose your page rank. Did you take any seo consideration while migrating blog?

  2. @Manish- I have migrated with custom domain which is blogger functionality. So there want be any problem at all. It will also redirect my old url to new domain. So I will get my pagerank in some time.

  3. @Manish-It will be 301 redirect so all search engine will know that now this is pointing to

  4. Wonderful information,i have read at least 7 posts of yours by now, and let me tell you, your website gives the best and the most interesting information.


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