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Start Blogging with Blogger
By: KC Morgan
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    Table of Contents:
  • Start Blogging with Blogger
  • Creating Your Blogger Blog
  • Organize Your Blogger Posts With Feeds
  • Managing Your Blog

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    Start Blogging with Blogger - Creating Your Blogger Blog

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    Blogger is, by far, one of the easiest free blogging sites out there. Youíll set up your blog exactly as you please, picking from among a selection of on-site templates or carefully designing each element of your blog on your own. Once youíve established the look of your blog -- title, background, arrangement -- the Internet is your canvas. Youíve got the Web space. Youíve got the tools. Youíve even got a very user-friendly forum with which to share your thoughts. Itís time to start blogging.

    Creating Blog Posts

    Bloggerís editor is very simple and straightforward. A toolbar at the top of the editor helps you apply stylistic elements and options to your text. With these tools, you can add links, images and video to your blog post, as well as written content.


    Inside the text box, youíll create a single post. The post options at the bottom allow you to publish the blog (making it live on your page, and therefore viewable to others) or save it as a draft for the time being, meaning it wonít yet be available to readers.

    A blank text bar near the bottom allows you to add labels. These are the words and phrases which will help you organize your blog posts, so choose carefully. These labels will serve as topic headings for specific groups of posts.

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