Sunday, 27 September 2020

how to find out the number of articles or blog posts of others

On this occasion I will share a tutorial on how to find out the number of articles or blog posts of others . seeing the number of other people's articles is not very important, but you have to know how Indonesians are, sometimes they are curious or curious about the number of someone's blog articles.

In contrast to blogs that never update at all or even have a few articles Google will be lazy to pay attention to the blog. At least, knowing the number of articles on a blog can make us realize that a successful blog has a lot of quality and of course, so that it can increase our enthusiasm for writing articles ourselves.

How to Find Out the Number of Articles or Blog Posts of Others

1. Please visit the following site to see how many other people's blog articles.

2. Next, you can copy the HTML code below

<script style="text/javascript"> function showpostcount(json) { document.write('Jumlah Artikel : <u><b>' + parseInt(json.feed.openSearch$totalResults.$t,10) + '</b></u><br>');}</script> <script src=""></script><script style="text/javascript"></script> <script style="text/javascript"> function numberOfComments(json) { document.write('Jumlah Komentar : <u><b>' + json.feed.openSearch$totalResults.$t + '</b></u><br>');}</script> <script src=""></script>

Please replace " " with the blog address that you want to see how many articles have been published on the blog.

3. After copying, you can paste the code above into the html box that is already available on CodePen. Then, you will see the number of articles as well as the number of comments.

4. Done

How easy it is not for the tutorial  How to find out the number of articles or blog posts of others , if you have questions or problems about bloggers please comment in the comments column below this article.

How To Show Widget Only On Certain Pages 2020

Displaying a widget on a certain page is of course an advantage for the blog. For example, we install a related article widget that is only on the posting page, of course the widget that you install on the posting page will provide a choice of other articles, besides that it will be more effective at saving your blog's homepage space.
If you want to try to apply it on your blog, I will share tips for displaying widgets on certain pages. Just curious, just follow the tips below.

How To Show Widget Only On Certain Pages

1. The widget appears only on the front page (homepage)

<b: if cond = 'data: blog.url == data: blog.homepageUrl'>
.................................................. ....
</ b: if>

2. The widget appears on all pages except the homepage.
<b: if cond = 'data: blog.url! = data: blog.homepageUrl'>
.................................................. ....
</ b: if>

3. The widget appears on the Archive page only.
<b: if cond = 'data: blog.pageType == & quot; archive & quot;'>
.................................................. ....
</ b: if>

4. Widget appears on all pages except archive pages.
<b: if cond = 'data: blog.pageType! = & quot; archive & quot;'>
.................................................. ....
</ b: if>

5.Widget appears only on post pages.
<b: if cond = 'data: blog.pageType == & quot; item & quot;'>
.................................................. ....
</ b: if>

6. Widget appears on all pages, except post pages.
<b: if cond = 'data: blog.pageType! = & quot; item & quot;'>
.................................................. ....
</ b: if>

7. Widget appears only in certain posts.
<b: if cond = 'data: blog.pageType == & quot; post-address & quot;'>
.................................................. ....
</ b: if>

8. Widget appears other than in certain posts.
<b: if cond = 'data: blog.pageType! = & quot; post-address & quot;'>
.................................................. ....
</ b: if>

9. Widgets appear only on staticpages pages.
<b: if cond = 'data: blog.pageType == & quot; static_page & quot;'>
.................................................. ....
</ b: if>

10. Widgets appear on all pages, except staticpages pages.
<b: if cond = 'data: blog.pageType! = & quot; static_page & quot;'>
.................................................. ....
</ b: if>
Note: For the dots above is the widget code that must be placed

How to install widgets on certain pages

1. Login to Blogger .
2. Go to Tempalte > Edit HTML
3. Find the widget that you want to hide (make sure you have installed the widget on the blog)
4. Use CTRL + F for easier search.
5. For example I use the latest articles which only appear in blog posts.
<b: widget id = 'HTML2' locked = 'false' title = ' Latest articles ' type = 'HTML' version = '1' visible = 'true'>
<b: includable id = 'main'>
<! - only display title if it's non-empty ->
<b: if cond = 'data: title! = & quot; & quot;'>
<h3 class = 'title'> <data: title /> </h3>
</ b: if>
<div class = 'widget-content'>
<data: content />
</ b: includable>
</ b: widget>.

6. Next add the code according to the needs of your blog.
For example, post the code below
<b: if cond = 'data: blog.url! = data: blog.homepageUrl'>
before the code
<! - only display title if it's non-empty ->

7. Then add the </ b: if> code before the code
</ b: includable>
</ b: widget>

8. If you installed correctly then the result is as below.
<b: widget id = 'HTML2' locked = 'false' title = ' Latest articles ' type = 'HTML' version = '1' visible = 'true'>
<b: includable id = 'main'> <b: if cond = 'data: blog.url! = data: blog.homepageUrl'>
<! - only display title if it's non-empty ->
<b: if cond = 'data: title! = & quot; & quot;'>
<h3 class = 'title'> <data: title /> </h3>
</ b: if>
<div class = 'widget-content'>
<data: content />
</ b: if> </ b: includable>
</ b: widget>
Description: The code in blue is the code that is added. Make no mistake in placing it.
Thus the discussion of the article on How to Display Widgets Only on Certain Pages, hopefully this is useful for you and beautify the appearance of your blog. If there are suggestions and criticisms, please just comment in the comments section. Thanks for visiting my blog.

easy Verify Blog To Bing Webmaster 2020


Yesterday I discussed an article on blog verification to google webmaster tools , so on this occasion I want to share articles that are still related to search engines, namely Bing Webmaster. What is Bing Webmaster? just like google webmaster, bing webmaster is also one of the biggest search engines besides google. Bing itself is a search engine output from Microsoft that is growing every day, even by verifying to the Bing master it will be automatically verified to Yahoo. So by verifying the blog to bing master, our blog articles will be easier to find on the Bing and Yahoo search engines. 

For your blog that has not been certified with Bing Master, please verify now by registering your blog with Bing Master. 

How To Verify Blog To Bing Webmaster

1. Enter Bing Webmaster and Sign Up to create a new account (if you already have an account, just sign in)

2. If you have successfully registered, then go straight to the Bing Webmaster main page as shown below.

Enter the URL of your site or blog then click ADD

3. After that will enter a page like the following image.

In the Add a sitemap section, please enter your sitemap, for example then click ADD

5. Next, you will enter the verification code page as shown below.

Copy the code in part number 1 and place it on your blog, how to enter Temlpate > Edit HTML, paste the code between <head> and </head> and don't forget to Save the Template .

6. After the code is placed in the blog template and saved, please return to the Bing master verification page, then click VERIFY . 

After all the steps above are complete, then enter the next stage to submit a sitemap from your blog to the bing webmaster, so that the blog is easier to index by the bing search engine.

How to Submit a Sitemap on Bing Webmaster 

1. Please enter the Bing Webmaster page then click Configure My Site> Sitemap.

2. Enter your blog sitemap in the URL, for example

3. Then click SUBMIT


By registering and verifying your blog to Bing Webmaster is one way to make our blog easy to find in search engines, but it can also increase the traffic and popularity of blogs on the internet.

That's How to Verify Blogs to Bing Webmaster, I hope this article is useful. Thank you

Thursday, 24 September 2020

Learn Google Adsense For Beginners 2020

On this occasion, the Admin will invite you to learn Google Adsense for beginners . Google Adsense is very important for bloggers who want to earn income from their blogs. Why is it so important ??? Because Google Adsense will pay us money if the blog that we manage is eligible to display ads on our blog. 

Understanding Google Adsense according to wikipedia is a collaborative advertising program through the Internet that is hosted by Google. Through the AdSense advertising program, website or blog owners who have registered and been approved for membership are allowed to post a publication whose form and material has been determined by Google on their web pages. The owner of the website or blog will get revenue in the form of profit sharing from Google for every ad that is clicked by site visitors, which is known as the pay per click (ppc) system or pay per click. 

In  Learning Google Adsense For Beginners , it helps us to know first the terms that are on Google Adsense 

There are several Google Adsense terms that you need to know which are contained in google adsense as follows.

Term in AdSense


An ad publisher or publisher is a person or website owner who has been registered or approved by the advertising application manager to place AdSense ads on their site. The publisher that serves google ads is called the google adsense publisher. Previously, google adsense publishers had to register with Google Adsense and could only serve Google ads on their website after the application was approved. Each google adsense publisher is only allowed to have one google adsense account, but they are allowed to place google ads on all their sites that meet the requirements of the google adsense program.

Ad Units

What is meant by Ad Units is the AdSense ad itself. Ad Units consist of several types and several sizes. The most common is the text ad type. When a visitor clicks on this ad unit, then (if valid) the advertiser will get revenue according to the CPC value.


Channels is a kind of label that can be assigned to Ad Units, Link Units, AdSense for Search, and Referrals. One ad unit can have more than one label, and conversely, one label can be used for more than one ad unit. On the Google AdSense report page, the report results will be grouped by Channels, so that the use of Channels will make it very easy for publishers to analyze their AdSense performance. Generally, the publisher will give the same Channels name to the ad units on one site. If you want more details, it's fine to give a different Channels name for each ad unit on each site. The thing to remember, the maximum number of Channels allowed at this time is 200 channels.

CTR (Clickthrough Rate)

CTR is the ratio in percentage between the number of clicks received by an Ad Units and the number of views of the Ad Units. For example, a single Ad Units displayed 40 times and clicked 10 times has a CTR value of 25% (10:40).

CPC (Cost Per Click)

CPC is the amount of money a publisher will get if a particular Ad Units is clicked. The CPC value of each Ad Units is different and is determined by many factors, including the performance and quality of the publisher's site. In general, however, the maximum possible value is 20% of the dynamic bid value offered by the advertiser.

eCPM (Effective CPM)

eCPM or CPM (Cost Per Million) is the result of dividing the publisher's total revenue with the number of page impressions (per 1,000) he gets from his advertisements. For example, a publisher that makes USD 200 out of 50,000 impressions will have a CPM value of USD 4 (USD 200 divided by 50)

Actually there are many more terms in google adsense, but what Admin provides above can be a lesson for those who want to learn Google Adsense.

That's all about  learning Google Adsense for beginners.

Thank you for taking your time to visit and read this blog article. Hopefully this is useful and the important points can be taken. 

Tips to be accepted by Google Adsense in one list 2020

 Lately a lot of bloggers have complained about being rejected by Google AdSense. Even though there are also many references from reliable bloggers to use their way so that Google Adsense can be accepted. But what is very regrettable is, there are also many of them who want to register with Adsense and then ignore the rules and policies that have been given by the Adsense Pikah. In this case the Admin will provide tips to be accepted by Google Adsense in one list . Read carefully and understand carefully: D

Tips to be accepted by Google Adsense in one list

1. Learn the Google AdSense Policies

First, you must first understand the policies that are applied to register Google Adsense. The policy contains what can be done and what cannot be done. For more details, you can see here  the AdSense Policy


2. Create Quality and Original Articles

  • Use your imagination to create quality and original articles. Try not to Copy Paste the article. If you are used to copy and paste, try not to exceed 30% of the original content. You can change or edit the article as needed and do not change the content of the article. But it's better not because it's not good.

  • The short length of an article that is made does not really matter. Google Adsense prefers articles that have complete and useful content. Because Google Adsense only looks at the completeness of content and the number of visitors who want to read your articles.

  • Also include pictures or videos in your article. In addition to making articles more interesting, the presence of images or videos will make readers not feel bored and have special value for your blog for the eyes of visiting.

  • Social Media is very influential if your content is useful for the reader, not for sure, they will share your post and it will increase the number of visitors to your blog if someone responds.

  • The content on the blog must not contain pornographic content, harassment, bullying or smells of SARA.


3. Blogging skills

After discussing the quality of the article, next is the completeness of the blog. At this stage there are a number of things that must be considered for the completeness of the blog.

a. Support page

Make sure your blog has supporting pages such as My Contact, Privacy Policy, and a disclaimer, I think these 3 pages are enough. 

b. Navigation menu

When installing a navigation menu, try not to put links that point to a label or category page, but links that point to posts directly. Better  "Use a sitemap or table of contents if you want to point labels to an article".

c. Widget

The widgets that should be installed are: Popular Post / Recent Post, Archive, Category / Label, Google Plus Profile.

d. Outgoing link

Use outgoing links, because outgoing links are quite important so that our blogs look more natural. Try to link blogs that discuss the same topic as our blog. 


4. Templates

Use a simple and neat template because Google prefers simple and neat templates. It would be better to use a default template from blogger.


Those are some things that must be considered before registering for Google AdSense. Hopefully after you know these things and follow them, you can be accepted when registering for Google Adsense. If you are sure to register for Google Adsense, you can use  How to Register for Google AdSense to Be Accepted Quickly .

Thank you for your visit.