What are permalink, title link and enclosure link on blogger

What are the permalink, title link, and enclosure link on the blogger 

If you are already running a blog on blogger, sometimes you may be familiar with the terms Permalink, Title link, and enclosure link already.

  • If not don't worry just log into your blogger account and go to settings. And under the site feed, you will find the title and enclosure links. You can enable it from there.

Adding title and enclosure links in blogger -Settings>site feed>title and enclosure links

  • Then go to post and create a new post. There you will find a setting icon on the top panel.

Settings icon on the post bestaiding

  • And by opening that, you can get into the settings of your current post, and there you will see a drop-down menu called links. 


Find links on settings

  • There you will find


(And under it, automatic permalink, custom permalink.)

How to change the permalink in blogger

  • New post --> settings --> links --> permalink --> automatic permalink/ custom permalink

A permalink is a URL that is meant to remain unchanged which leads the users to your content.  A good permalink is consist of three parameters and the following qualities 

  • Easy to remember.
  • Easy to type.
  • Unique and Short.
  • Contain only words and sometimes numbers.

How to add custom permalink in blogger?

Permalink is similar to your home's address. When you write a post, the blogger will usually generate a permalink for you. So you don't have to do anything about that, but if you're unhappy with what Blogger provides, you can change the settings to custom permalink and give your post the URL you want. Only the third parameter can be changed when adding a custom permalink in Blogger. And you can only add a custom permalink before you publish your post.

As an example, the automatic permalink generated by Blogger looks like this: "https://www.bestaiding.com/2021/09/blog-post.html," and if you want to add a custom permalink, you can only change the part "blog-post." Instead of entering the entire URL into the custom permalink field, enter only the blog post name.

Tip - when you are adding the custom permalink do not keep spaces to separate the words. Instead, use a dash(-)  to separate words 

eg: don't enter "blog post name", instead use "blog-post-name"  otherwise your URL will look like


Adding custom permalink in blogger - bestaiding.com

Title link 

The title link speaks for itself. You can include a link in your title so that when a reader clicks on it, it opens a webpage or any other content you want to link to.

How to add title link in blogger

  • New post --> settings --> links --> title link

Enclosure link

(And under that, add a link and add the mime type.)

How to add enclosure link in blogger

  • New post --> settings --> links --> enclosure link/mime type

Enclosure links can be very useful if you are using a podcast or any other audio file on your blog post. Before editing your post, upload your audio file, pdf, or ebook to an online storage service like google drive or any other cloud service and make the file public. 

And then, when you are editing your post, give your uploaded file's URL to the "add link" under the enclosure link. Normally, the blogger will automatically identify the file type you uploaded. If not the case, enter the file format to the "mime-type". 

Since, Blogger posts are in Atom format, podcast media, mp3 files, etc. which you embedded in your posts cannot be read directly by podcatchers. Enclosure links are therefore used to make media files accessible to podcatchers.

 You can do this to the video files on your post too. But it doesn't matter because you can upload video files to your blog post directly, and the blogger will identify it.

Permalink, title link, enclosure link

So in conclusion after reading the article, we think that you have all the answers for your questions,

  • How to add a permalink to your blog?
  • How to add a title link to your blog?
  • How to add an enclosure link to your blog?


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