Go to "Account" -> "My blog" on Bloglovin' and click on "Claim blog". Search for your blog and click on it in the search results.
This will display a box with the title "Paste this text into a new blog post" and some HTML code, starting with "<a href...".
Copy this code (click in the box and then press CTRL+A (CMD+A on MAC) and CTRL+C (CMD+C on MAC) to make sure you have copied everything).
Sign in on your blog and go to the page where you write a new blog post.
Paste the code you've copied from Bloglovin' into the new blog post, and publish it.
Go back to Bloglovin' and press the button - underneath the box with the code - labeled "Claim blog".
When these steps are done, your blog will be verified as yours and you will be able to change its information on Bloglovin'.
If you're unable to claim your blog, click here.
First make sure you have claimed your blog.
You should now be able to find your blog on "Account" -> "My blog". Go to the "Edit blog info" tab of your blog. You can now change its name in the name field.
When you have changed the name, click on "Save" to save your settings.
First follow the instructions on how to claim a blog. If it still won't work correctly, do continue below.
Make sure our code shows up correctly on the front page of your blog. You should see the phrase "Follow my blog with Bloglovin'" and by clicking on it you should wind up on your blog's profile page on Bloglovin'.
If the whole code shows up unformatted (i.e. "<a href=...") on your blog, Bloglovin' should still be able to recognize the code.
If "Follow my blog with Bloglovin'" shows up on the front page, but you can't click on it, try instead publishing only the string of random characters between ?claim= and ">.
For example if your code is '<a href="http://www.bloglovin.com/blog/833258/the-blog?claim=jakz4kedqe3">Follow my blog with Bloglovin</a>', you can copy the string jakz4kedqe3 and publish only this in a new post on your blog. If it shows up correctly on your blog's front page, you should be able to claim your blog.
If all else fails, contact us with the form below.Contact Support
First make sure you have claimed your blog.
You should now be able to find your blog on "Account" -> "My blog". Go to the "Edit blog info" tab of your blog and click on "Choose category" to change the category of your blog.
When you have chosen a category, click on "Save" to save your settings.
You should be able to add your blog by searching for its full URL (i.e. patrikring.blogg.se) using the Bloglovin' search (located in the top right corner of the page).
If Bloglovin' fails to find your blog it might be due to a problem with your blog's RSS feed. See "How do I check if my RSS feed is valid?" for instructions how to check this.
If you still can't add your blog, please contact us using the form below and we will try to help you as soon as possible.Contact Support
Yes you can!
First of all, go to your old blog and write a new post saying that you are moving and include a link to your new blog. This is to ensure that we don't move the wrong followers!
When you have published the post on your old blog, use the form below and we will do the rest.Contact Support
If you're not sure what an RSS feed is, see "What is RSS?".
Your feed must be valid in order for Bloglovin' to find your blog. You can use this feed validator to see if the RSS feed is valid or not. Enter the address of your RSS feed or your blog's front page and hit "Check".
If your feed is invalid, there is unfortunately nothing we can do. You'll have to contact whoever is responsible for the technical issues of your blog for further assistance.
If your feed is valid, your server might be too slow. If it takes too long to generate your feed, Bloglovin' won't stick around and wait forever. Again this is unfortunately nothing we can fix and you'll have to contact whoever is responsible for the technical issues of your blog.
If your latest posts don't show up on your blog's profile page on Bloglovin', we usually provide you with a description of the error at the top of the page. This should explain why Bloglovin' can't find any of your posts. For example, your blog's RSS feed cannot be found or parsed, it doesn't have any followers, its server is responding too slow, etc.
See "How do I check if my RSS feed is valid?" for information on how to check if your RSS feed is working or not.
If it's still not working correctly, please fill out the form below and we'll try to help you figure it out.Contact Support
Yes Bloglovin' does generate traffic as we send the reader to the blogs. For blogs with many followers, we're often a top traffic source.
Bloglovin' is meant to be a service where you can follow any blog with a public RSS-feed, so we don't remove blogs.
However, if you want we can hide your blog from our leaderboard, but people will still be able to follow the blog on Bloglovin’ if it has a public RSS. You can make your RSS private or turn it off. For further instructions on how to do this please contact whoever is responsible for the technical issues of your blog for further assistance.Contact Support
Claiming your blog on Bloglovin' acts as a proof that you own the blog - and therefore we can give you extra information about it on Bloglovin' as well as grant you access to change its information, for example description, category and thumbnail.
If you ever want to move your blog to a new address or platform, or you loose access to your blog, or anything else happens to it, we have a greater chance of helping you if you have already previously claimed your blog, since we know that you are the true owner, and not somebody else.
To claim your blog you have to publish a small piece of code on your blog. This code is unique for you and your blog, and by publishing it on your blog we know that you have access to it.
If we didn't do this, anybody would be able to change any information about any blog, which wouldn't be very good.
In the top list we show how many followers you have in the country you're in. In the profile we show you how many followers you have internationally.
Bloglovin' is looking for images associated with the posts in your blog's RSS (See "What is RSS?").
If your images are not included in the RSS, they will have to be added for Bloglovin' to be able to find and display them. Please contact whoever is responsible for the technical issues of your blog for further assistance.
If the images are already included in the RSS but still not showing up on Bloglovin', they might be in a file format we don't recognize, yet. Please contact us using the form below and we'll look into it!Contact Support
This might happen when a blog have two or more different addresses to its RSS feed. Since it's not always easy to know when two different addresses link to the same RSS feed, unfortunately one blog may appear multiple times on Bloglovin'.
Please use the form below to notify us about duplicate blogs on Bloglovin'.Contact Support
"Posts per week" is calculated from the average amount of posts written the last two weeks.
If you get a message that your email address is not registered on Bloglovin', you don't have an account on Bloglovin' yet. You can get an account by signing up.
If you've forgotten your password, try resetting your password.
If Bloglovin' sent you an email you should receive it within a few minutes - otherwise wait a few hours and be sure to check any junk mail folder. If it still doesn't show up, contact us with the form below and we'll help you out.Contact Support
Go to "Account" -> "Settings" and click on "Change email address" at the bottom of the page.
Enter the new email address you want to change to and confirm with your password, and then click on the "Change email address" button.
You will now receive an email to your new address containing a link. Click this link to confirm and change your address!
Go to "Account" -> "Settings" and click on "Remove account" at the bottom of the page.
A Spotlight is an ad for a blog that's visible for 5 minutes minimum to all visitors on Bloglovin'. The spotlight is currently only available in Sweden and Norway.
Go to Search and type in the full url of the blog you want to add. For example: http://patrikring.blogg.se and we'll find the blog if it has an RSS.
Let us know if you can't find a blog you're looking for!
RSS - sometimes called RSS feed or just feed - is a web format used to find blog posts in an easy and efficient way.
Bloglovin' must have access to your blog's RSS feed to be able to find your posts and display them. Since RSS is a very strict format, everything must be formatted correctly. If one bit is off, Bloglovin' will not be able to find your latest posts.
You can check if your RSS feed is valid with a feed validator.
No, you cannot write a blog directly on Bloglovin'.
Bloglovin' is just a tool to follow your favorite blogs.
Read more about what Bloglovin' is.
No, you are following blogs anonymously on Bloglovin' - you can only see the amount of followers of a blog.
Blogs in the Up and Coming list are chosen automatically by Bloglovin' based on the amount of new followers in the shortest period of time, amongst other things.
No, Bloglovin' is completely free!
Our revenue comes from advertising that appears around the page.
You can import blogs to Bloglovin' with an OPML file.
If you do not already have an OPML file you can get one by contacting your current blog reading tool.
When you have an OPML files containing all of your favorite blogs, you can import them to Bloglovin' here.
Bloglovin' is a very easy way to follow your favorite blogs and get notified when they have written something new.
We keep all posts for a minimum of two weeks, however, you can always save a post by liking it.
Yes, please send us an email to email@example.com
Help us improve by sharing ideas and voting for the best ones here.
If you have any media inquiries please direct them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Go to "Account" > "My blog" and click "Connect your blog to Facebook"
If you have changed your Facebook password recently this might be the problem. To solve this just visit the My Blog Posts Application.
Also check that My Blog Posts have permission to post to your wall. Click "Account" -> "Privacy Settings" -> "Edit your settings" (under "Apps and Websites") -> "Edit Settings" (under "Apps you use") -> "My Blog Posts" and check that the app can "Post to my Wall".Contact Support
My Blog Posts is a Facebook Application developed by Bloglovin'.
My Blog Posts automatically posts all your new blog posts to your Facebook wall.
You can install it either by searching for "My Blog Posts" on Facebook or by going to "Account" > "My Blog" and click "Connect your blog to Facebook"