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    Hi,
    I wanted to use CDN but I have a question can I use CDN for a blogger based site? why I use blogger because of its free bandwidth that is having quality that of paid one plus it has a good CMS that I like.

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    I would call up the CDN (Content Delivery Network) you are thinking of using to find out the details as CDNs can be an expensive investment.

    I had to do a bit of research on CDNs to know what you were referring to here.
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    Why would you do that? If blogger is the host, then blogger is the host, not a CDN. And you don't get free bandwidth on a CDN. If you want to change to a CDN, you can. You may not be able to keep your .blogger.com domain name, though.

    And you really don't need a CDN unless you have a lot of hits (especially worldwide hits).
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