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Instructions using screenshots on how to create a FREE blog using Google Blogger.

Instructions using screenshots on how to create a FREE blog using Google Blogger.

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  • DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION
    FaustoGardini
    Let’s Build a
    Blog
  • Sign up for a Google Gmail Account. It’s FREE.
    A Gmail account will give you access to many FREE Google services, including
    Google Blogger, Google Sites, Youtube and others.
    If you already have a Google account, forego signing up to Gmail and use your
    current account.
  • You are signed up for Google Gmail.
    You may use your Gmail account to access Google Blogger and create a FREE Blog.
  • Google Blogger is found under the more followed by even more
    on the www.google.com header line. Click first on more.
  • Google Blogger is found under the more followed by even more
    on the www.google.com header line. Then click on even more.
  • Note: The examples following are screenshots of an actual test blog.
  • Customize your blank blog by choosing a template.
  • If you so desire, you may customize the template.
    Once done click on apply to blog
  • The Posting tab will present a blank box with the usual controls for font, size, etc.
  • The text input here was selected
    from a MS Word document
    (Highlight & Copy) and pasted
    into the box.
    The post may be previewed
    prior to publication.
  • The finished blog after adjusting
    the text and adding a picture
    (image) uploaded from own
    computer (Part 1).
  • The finished blog after adjusting
    the text and adding a picture
    (image) uploaded from own
    computer (Part 2).
    This is the box allowing others
    to participate in your blog.
    However, you control your blog
    and you can delete any unwanted postings.
  • DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION
    That’s how far I take you. If you practice, play with your blog you will discover many marvelous capabilities and you will soon be as proficient as a professional and your blog will look maaaarveloooouuus!
    How will people know about your blog?
    Here’s one suggestion: Whenever you send an Email to friends, relatives and acquaintances, append your Blog’s URL to your signature.
  • DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION
    URL – What’s that?
     URL stands for: Uniform Resource Identifier.
    It may be a page, image, video or document.
    It’s the address on the Internet where one can
    find your blog. In this example the URL is:
    http://lifelonglearningatunf.blogspot.com
  • DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION
    One more piece of advice that my wife, bless her heart *, always gives me, is:
    Follow the instructions!
    • She’s from South Carolina!