How to Properly Delete Multiple Posts at once in Blogger

When you are new to blogging, it is fairly understandable that you might push out some low quality article which might assault back if you don’t take care of them. Deleting them or replacing the content with quality content would certainly help. Recently, we see a lot of people asking a pretty simple question that How to remove Multiple posts at once in Blogger? If you are looking to remove multiple posts in just one go, then you are rightly here. In this article, we will show you How to Properly Delete Multiple Posts at once in Blogger?

The first thing you need to do is to Login into your Blogger account and from dashboard go to your blog >> Posts Where you will be able to see a list of all your Published, Draft and Schedule posts. Select the “Published” tab and it would display only those posts which are published on your site.
To remove multiple posts you can use the check box located just next to the title of your posts. You can simple check (Tick) as many post and can either revert them to draft or can completely delete them from your website. This not only makes the while process works smoothly but also saves you time.
If you want to get rid of all the posts tagged with a particular label, then you can also try it out. Just select a specific Label from the drop down menu located at the top of your screen. On selecting a certain label it would display all posted tagged with it. Simply check (Tick) the box located just below the title of your blog and it would automatically select all articles. Now hit "Recycle” icon and you are done.
Congratulations: you have successfully removed all unwanted articles from your site. Now your site is secure from any kind of Manual spam plenty either from Google Panda or Penguin.

It is quite common that the articles written in the early days of a website are not of pure quality. A person who is just starting to learn cannot write beautifully professional content. After writing so many articles, he finally learns the real way of writing true content. Therefore, he re-considers his old articles by either editing them or completely removing them from his site. Honestly speaking, there is no harm in deletion or revision of your published articles.

We hope, this article would help you in getting rid of any useless articles from your site. If you have a better way of doing the same thing, then do share it with us. Will you ever delete any article that is no getting any traffic? Or you will wait till it starts getting the traffic flow? Leave your opinions in the below comments. 

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May 28, 2013 at 7:44 AM

I Know This how to delete all posts..but i'm trying to find a solution where i can delete all the posts images that have been stored in picasa.

Editorial Team MOD
May 29, 2013 at 1:19 AM

You can easily do that by logging into your Picasa Account.. Look for your BLOG name and delete the folder

September 18, 2013 at 12:25 PM

Hi , I have a question I recently deleted about 26 posts , Google has indexed them all and all lead to a blank page of my blog, I wanted to know if there is some method to remove all those links from google search , if there isnt any method to remove all at one , then what about unindexing all the indexed pages and then resubmit my new sitemap so that only working links may appear
Bing has indexed one of the post that was deleted and its there till now , i want it taken down too..
Please help me

Editorial Team MOD
September 20, 2013 at 12:10 AM

Hi, Though Google would remove it automatically once it re-crawls your pages. It is better to redirect your all Deleted posts to home so it doesn't affect your SERPs

You can Deindex your Posts from Google Via Webmaster tool >> Your site >> Index Status >> Remove URL

Hope that Helps. Cheers!

July 9, 2016 at 9:43 PM

ok , i have 2000 posts which need removing - and blogger forces me to delete 50 at a time , this isn't 1985.

Editorial Team MOD
July 10, 2016 at 3:27 AM

We got to work with the limitations!

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