For a number of technical and operational reasons, we’ve decided to finally end our support for migrating legacy accounts and blogs after December 5, 2011.Some discussions include speculation about deletion of blogs owned under legacy accounts, which will result in their personal dream URL being made available to them, finally.
How much chance is there that dozens of unhappy Blogger blog owners will finally get use of the URL to match their blog subject / title?
Does anybody here wish to guess the values for these numbers?
- Total number of URLs that exist, in BlogSpot.
- Number of URLs that interest you, in BlogSpot.
- Total number of legacy accounts.
- Number of blogs owned by legacy accounts.
- Number of legacy accounts that will be deleted, immediately, on December 6.
- Number of URLs that will become available on December 6.
- Number of people like you, that desire the same URL that you desire.
- Certainty that Blogger will clean up BlogSpot, and actually delete all blogs owned by legacy accounts.
If you are waiting for your dream URL to start your blog, how much chance is there that your new blog will be coming online December 7?
I'm thinking a working formula might be something like
( ( b / a ) * f ) / ( g + 1 ) * h
Comment lines are now open, and operators are waiting for your call.
If you have a blog in mind, get your blog online today, and make it valuable, using the content. Don't waste time, waiting for an event that may never happen. Especially given the fact that nothing stated by Blogger implies
h > 0.00
Read the note provided by Blogger, again.
we’ve decided to finally end our support for migrating legacy accounts and blogsI have seen no mention of planned deletion of blogs, owned by the legacy accounts.