Blogging has been increased in following years, as a result lots of bloggers started with WordPress, Blogger, and etc. WordPress is widely used due to its features but as hosting WordPress site cause more money and time. Whereas here blogger provides almost everything for free, Hosting, Sub-domain and etc. It is suggested to new bloggers to start with blogger so that they will not lose money and time. So, this is a complete guide on how to create a blog with blogger.
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How To Create A Blog With Blogger
- Visit Blogger.com and click on “Create your blog” and sign in with your gmail account.
- You will see a page mentioning “Confirm your profile” just click on “Continue to blogger”
- At centre of screen, you will see a button “Create new blog” click it.
- Now give a tittle to your blog, then in address bar enter where you want to show your website to users “URL” whatever you will enter will be in thr form of www.yourname.blogspot.com
- Select the theme you like and simply and click continue to create a blog.
- Now, You will see your dashboard with left side menu, here you can obeserve options like; Posts, Stats, Comments, and etc.
- From Post and Page section you can add & edit new post or page.
- From Stats section you can see how many visitors visited to your site.
- The Theme section is for managing theme ( Change, Edit, Backup/Restore)
- Settings section is used to manage some basic and advanced setting like change domain, Email, Post and Comments setting and etc.
- Once everything set, simply from left side click on “Visit Blog” to see how your blog looks.
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We hope you understand how to create a blog with blogger, if you feel any difficulty comment down below and let us know. Also if you like this article share this with your friends and encourage them to start blogging.
I am Vaibhav Kulkarni, Blogger By Passion, Civil Engineer By Profession. I am Tech Enthusiast and Travel Lover. I started my journey 3 years back with some ideas and no coding experience. I was always fascinated with technology and its credibility. I firmly believe in “Creating jobs rather than asking for one”.