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Recently, I created a blog in Blogger.com(or blogspot.com). My problem is that I can't see my content when I search on google for it. Similarly, I created the same page using Wordpress.com which shows the content on search on google.

What should I do to show my content on google search using blogger?

EDIT: (Edited after this post)

More specific question - what part of a blogger blog does google search. I get the impression that it searches the header and the posts, but not the widgets, so if you are using the blog more as a website, your widget content won't get searched. I may be wrong though. Does anyone know exactly what is searched, heading, subheading, widgets and posts?

Please help I am new to blogspot.com or blogger.com

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Google doesn't spider everything instantly, especially new blogs, even on their own property. – Al Everett Jun 23 '13 at 4:13
So, it will take time? just now I added google analytics (I don't know much about it). – Mr_Green Jun 23 '13 at 4:14
I still can't see my content in google search – Mr_Green Jun 23 '13 at 11:24
Since your question seems to be more about what the Googlebot picks up to add to the index, this question might be better off at Webmasters. – Al Everett Aug 20 '13 at 12:30
@AlEverett Can you please migrate it there? I am still looking for a solution. – Mr_Green Aug 20 '13 at 12:36

It sometimes takes 4-6 weeks for Google to crawl blogspot sites (though more recently I had a new site that was done in about 5 days). You cannot directly control it - although a link to your site from a popular forum site in your topic area sometimes speeds things up.

However having the same content in a Wordpress blog is not a good idea. That is duplicate content, which Google may penalize you for. So - choose one platform and stick to it for each blog.

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