Blog Restored 4 days After It Was Disabled by Blogger

Yeah! OgbongeBlog is back 🙂

Wondering…”from where” ?

Well, Blogger Spam Automated Classification System disabled it on Saturday afternoon.

Exactly same thing happened in October last year but this time around, it was restored 4 days after it was disabled unlike then which took almost a month to get the blog back online.

So fast?

Well, I submitted the unlock request same day it was disabled and decided to chill for 48 hours. 2 working days elapsed and didn’t get any feedback from Blogger. So, yesterday, I went ahead to post the complain at the Blogger forum and did the needful.

I forwarded the discussion’s link to the contact that helped me with it last year and I was so glad when I received a mail from Blogger this afternoon that my blog has been reinstated.

You can now keep enjoying free access to my tutorials. 🙂

During the downtime, I was able to move my new blog from Blogger to WordPress.


Don’t worry, I will keep you informed once I’m through it. Still under construction…

Please, If you are on blogging on Blogger, always back up your blog and also ensure you set up a custom domain for the blog. Just my two cents…

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Written by jidetheblogger

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    • Amen o. Custom domain is the URL without .blogspot. To back up, go to settings > Other > Export blog. Download the file and save it somewhere on your PC or int he cloud eg dropbox, Google drive etc

  1. Did they give any valid reason as to why the great Ogbongeblog was brought down? This tells the world that Blogger can't be trusted are likely to disappoint when least expected.

    Thanks for the 2 cent advice and I hope others on blogger will be advising themselves.

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