Monday, December 27, 2010

Blogger Trick: How to create a Blog

Main requirements for creating a Blog is a need to have the Email Account. I think all who read this post already understand how to create an Email Account, so I do not need to explain again how to create Email Account.

But I suggest you to use email from Gmail, because Gmail and Blogspot is owned by Google. So both will be better suited to be combined. Meanwhile, for you who don't understand how to create Email Account, please visit the Gmail, and click Sign Up. Fill in all the required data correctly.

Next we will create a Blogger account. The steps are:

  1. Click Blogger, or type in Your Browser Box then click Enter
  2. Click image arrow labeled "Create YOUR BLOG"
  3. Type your Email Address that is still active
  4. Retype your Email Address
  5. Type the password that you want
  6. Retype the password
  7. Type Blog Name with the name you want to show
  8. Write the Word Verification Code in the form
  9. Check the little box that You accept the Terms of Service
  10. Click image arrow labeled "CONTINUE"
  11. Enter the Blog Title that you want in the form Blog Title (in the future can change again)
  12. Write the Address Name (URL) of your site in the form Blog address
  13. Write verification code displayed on the verification form words
  14. Click image arrow labeled "CONTINUE"
  15. Choose template that you want (in the future can change again)
  16. Click image arrow labeled "CONTINUE"
  17. In the "Your blog has been created". Click on the picture the arrow labeled "Start Posting"
  18. Now You can write You want to Show in Your Blog then Share for people. And when You finish, click the "PUBLISH POST".

I suggest You to write anything You like (like your life or hobbies, etc) and useful to other people that will make your blog visitors will be happy with what you write. So they will be back to visit your blog to reading Your nice post again.


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