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I just checked my site with WooRank and it says there is no blog on your website. How does Google search for blog on my website? Is it enough if I create a blogspot page, or I should make something more advanced?

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I would use WooRank as a guideline more than anything as I've noticed there are some inconsistencies with the reporting that hasn't picked up blogs on a number of my sites despite being searchable by google etc.. – Vince Pettit Jul 31 '12 at 9:14
WooRank sometimes detects a blog when there is no blog. – w3dk Jan 3 '13 at 11:35

Do you have atom or RSS feeds in meta tags, i'm sure Google looks for many more signals than WooRank to determine if a site has a blog or is a Blog. Especially since they have bots dedicated to crawling blogs. If Google sees your site and webmaster tools says there's nothing wrong I don't think you should be worrying about what any other website says.

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WooRank checks www.yoursite.com/blog to find a blog for your site.

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Can you provide a reference? This is not a reliable method and is certainly not the only method that WooRank uses. – w3dk Jan 3 '13 at 11:34
@w3d I found in a post comment here http://www.seomoz.org/q/benefits-put-my-blog-inside-website-or-outside-the-webs‌​ite however it works for me. – Mehdi Hadjar Jan 4 '13 at 4:36

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