This morning I manually typed in the URL of my blog and this site came up: Mega site of Bible studies and information. At first I thought someone had taken my URL then I realized that I had misspelled “blogPsot.” So, if you get to this site, it is not from ME and I do not endorse it.
What I am really curious about is when it was created. My blog isn’t the most popular around, but perhaps it had enough hits for this “evangelist” to feel the need to capitalize on the name?
UPDATE: It appears that /anything.blogpsot.com/ will bring up this “Mega site of Bible studies.” Presumably this person (or persons) felt that this was a great way to evangelize to those pro to typos. I have not examined their site in detail, but it is not exactly my style, that is for sure.
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I have the same experience on my site http://bijbelaantekeningen.blogspot.com.
But at least someone is reading are blogs, so we are popular 😉
Uh… yeah, maybe.
My site also. http://neonostalgia.blogpsot.com/
Kind of funny, though, that of all the blogspot ripoffs, they had to aim for the bibliblogger scene.
Once, I even had accidentally linked to them instead of the original site. This is why I now use my own website: http://neonostalgia.com/weblog 🙂
Thanks Chris. As I have since posted, I realized that it is any URL with blogpsot.com in it that goes to their site, not just the biblioblogger sites. I will move mine over to http://www.targuman.org/weblog as soon as I have the time to set it up…
Yeah its anything.blogpsot.com – but it links to a biblical site – just thought it was ironic.
Anyway, good luck with your site! If there’s anything I can do, let me know.