The Blogspot is a domain used for host free blogs by Blogger. Any person can sign up to get themselves a free Blogger blog. It will have to URL, or Uniform Resource Locator, of http://YourBlogName.blogspot.com/ where what you choose to give your blog that will be YourBlogName.
Blogger is the most admired and best known for free blog storage service. In January 1999 it was happening by Pyra Labs, co-founded by Evan Williams and Meg Hourihan & new service was offered to the public in August 1999. In February 2003, Google acquired the Blogger.
You need to go to Blogger and sign up for an account to get a Blogspot blog. Once you signed up, you can begin creating your own Blogspot sub-domains, each one a blog in its own right. The process is easy and perceptive. In one Blogger account you can create up to 100 blogs. You can create as many Blogger accounts as you like, but it would be very difficult to manage all the Blogger accounts. So you have to just one or two blogs in your accounts.
Blogspot sub-domain blogs are free and so easy to set up with little constraint, it should come as no surprise to learn that a revise by WebMasterWorld found that no less than 77% of all Blogger blogs are in fact spam. These blogs are set up for quick and easy back links or off the cuff sites set up to make a quick killing. They add no value to any visitor who might stagger across them, and they just take up space, jumble up the Internet. Any person can create thousands of Blogger blogs at virtually the click of a button, which helps to explain such a high percentage of spam within the Blogspot sub-domain blogs by software tools.
The blogs are free, it cost nothing, and as they are easy to set up, the work required is negligible.