Easy Steps to Create a Blog

Dou you want to create a blog (webblog/blogsite) ?

Simple and easy steps to create a blog :

Step 1: Sign Up to Create a Blog at Blogger.com

Blogger.com Home Page

Visit the Blogger.com home page and select the “Create Your Blog Now” button to begin the process to start your new Blogger.com blog.

Step 2: Create a Google Account

Create Google Account © Google

If you don’t already have a Google account, you’ll need to create one by completing the form on this page.

Step 3: Sign In with Your Google Account

Google Account Sign In © Google

If you already have a Google account, you can bypass the “Create Google Account” step and simply sign in with your existing Google account username and password.

Step 4: Name Your New Blog

Name New Blogger.com Blog © Google

Enter the blog name and corresponding domain name (to precede ‘.blogspot.com’) in the spaces provided.

Step 5: Choose a Template

Choose a Blogger.com Template © Google

Select a standard template for your new blog.

Step 6: Congratulations – Your New Blog is Active!

Blogger.com Blog Created © Google

Your blog is now live and ready for you to start writing content.

Step 7: Write Your First Post

Write a Post in a Blogger.com Blog © Google

That’s all there is to it! You’re now ready to write your first blog post in your new Blogger.com blog and join the blogosphere.

source : weblogs.about.com


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One Response to Easy Steps to Create a Blog

  1. blogmech says:

    Good tutor and easy steps

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