When I open my blog, it automatically directs to another search engine display.
This appears to be yet one more gadget, willingly installed by many Blogger blog owners, which is now redirecting uninterested viewers. The target of the redirection, this week, is a parked domain website (ie, "search engine display") - for a product which was apparently installed, willingly, by the blog owners.
It appears that the "opromo . com" free visitor meter is the latest victim of expiring domain registrations.
Overview for opromo.com Registrar Info Name PDR LTD. D/B/A PUBLICDOMAINREGISTRY.COM Whois Server whois.PublicDomainRegistry.com Referral URL http://www.PublicDomainRegistry.com Status clientTransferProhibited Important Dates Expires On May 09, 2013 Registered On May 09, 2006 Updated On May 09, 2013People who earlier installed the Opromo free visitor meter will need to uninstall it, as it's apparently no longer operational. Reliable replacements would be SiteMeter and StatCounter - as well as Google Analytics.
From what we've seen, identification and removal of the problem code seems to be straightforward - just access the dashboard "Layout" menu wizard, find the gadget identified, and remove it.
As always, you are advised to clear cache and restart the browser, after removal and before testing for success. If the gadget makes your dashboard redirect, before you can remove the redirecting code, use a well protected browser, like Firefox with NoScript, to block the redirection.