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Blogger does not support relative addressing, so this is not possible. If you change your blog name, then: Blogger will change the names of links in your Pages gadget that point to your pages Blogger will not change any internal links in your blog. So you will have to manually edit each post, look at it in HTML mode and find-and-replace any links. This ...
I just tried on a random video, and clicking the 'YouTube' icon (hover-over says 'Watch on YouTube') opens up a new tab with YouTube and the 'real' link in the address bar. [To the left of the YouTube icon, there was a little 'Watch later as (my youtube name)' button also, as the workaround mentioned.]
You can use the link: Advanced Search operator. Find pages that link to a certain page. For example, you can find all the pages that link to google.com. link:google.com source
Sounds you should be using Facebook Groups. Also your admin users should post as the page to prevent confusion. If the main point is for users to talk to users, Facebook groups is the way to proceed.
If you have TweetDeck you can create a timeline or collection of tweets. You'll select the tweets you want to show together and then have a URL that you can tweet out or post elsewhere that will show the tweets you've grouped. You can also use something like Storify which does the same thing, but in addition, allow you to include relevant posts from other ...
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