But chances are there, that suddenly you may lose the content of the blog, which includes all the posts and the comments, like this case from Blogger-Help group :
brandyjolly (Nov 29, 6:45 pm)
I need help!
I was using blogger to present my masters project for my final semester and found out that before it could get graded, the blog was removed. but my computer doesnt have a back-up because it broke a few weeks ago so now I’m left with seemingly nothing. Is there any way to recover my lost blog. There was no message other than it had been removed.
Now as in the above case, once the blog gets deleted, it is very difficult to recover the content (although you may try Google cache method, explained in the end of this post, incase your blog has been indexed by Google)
So, to avoid all those head aching tweaks, simply you should take frequent backups of your blog’s content, comments and widgets whenever possible.
This method is just like backing up your blogspot template, the only difference is that, you have to log into Blogger Beta, and after completing the process, you will get an xml file containing all the blog posts with comments, which can be then uploaded to any other blog with any other template. Save that file on your computer, and somewhere online too.
Follow these steps:
First you have to log in to Draft.Blogger.Com and not into Blogger.com
Then go to Settings section
Now click “Export Blog“, then click on “Download Blog“. Downloading time depends on the number of posts and comments.
That’s it. Now you can upload this file by a similar process to any new or old blog, while uploading you have to click on “Import Blog” in the settings section of the new blog, instead of “Export Blog”, and upload that previously downloaded file. And finally you’ll have all your blog content shifted to a new blog.
*Update: Another method to back up your content is to subscribe to your own blog through email/FeedBlitz. By this way, all new posts written by you will be delivered to your email inbox.
In case you are here, for a complete recovery of your blog‘s content, then it is only possible if your blog has already been indexed by Google. Go to Google.com and type this
Then immediately save those pages.
Or you have to request Blogger for your blog’s content !