Creating Your Own Blog<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />
Getting Started<br />Sign into your Google  Account, select “even more” from the “more” link and look for this icon.<br />...
Create a Blog<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />
Name Your Blog<br />Type in your blog title and then create your URL address. Click on “Continue” when finished. <br />Cop...
Layout Your Blog<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />
Ready to Get Started?<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />
Where Your Blog is Created<br />Your blog control tabs<br />Your post control links<br />Text editing bar<br />Content box...
Basic Blog Settings<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />
Formatting Blog Settings<br />These are the ones to be most concerned with.<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />
Formatting Blog Settings<br />This will ensure that classmates may comment.<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />
Formatting Blog Settings<br />You can monitor what others are saying in response.<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer...
Site Feed Blog Settings<br />This will allow others to embed your blog into a websites or blog.<br />Copyright 2010 Christ...
Your Blog Layout -Elements<br />Adding elements to your page.<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />
Your Blog Layout –Fonts & Colors<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />
Editing Your Blog Posts<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />
Blog On!<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />
Thanks to: <br />http://blogs.worldbank.org/files/governance/image/blog%20board.jpg  (image)<br />Copyright 2010 Christine...
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  1. 1. Creating Your Own Blog<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />
  2. 2. Getting Started<br />Sign into your Google Account, select “even more” from the “more” link and look for this icon.<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />
  3. 3. Create a Blog<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />
  4. 4. Name Your Blog<br />Type in your blog title and then create your URL address. Click on “Continue” when finished. <br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />
  5. 5. Layout Your Blog<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />
  6. 6. Ready to Get Started?<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />
  7. 7. Where Your Blog is Created<br />Your blog control tabs<br />Your post control links<br />Text editing bar<br />Content box<br />Publication controls<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />
  8. 8. Basic Blog Settings<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />
  9. 9. Formatting Blog Settings<br />These are the ones to be most concerned with.<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />
  10. 10. Formatting Blog Settings<br />This will ensure that classmates may comment.<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />
  11. 11. Formatting Blog Settings<br />You can monitor what others are saying in response.<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />
  12. 12. Site Feed Blog Settings<br />This will allow others to embed your blog into a websites or blog.<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />
  13. 13. Your Blog Layout -Elements<br />Adding elements to your page.<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />
  14. 14. Your Blog Layout –Fonts & Colors<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />
  15. 15. Editing Your Blog Posts<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />
  16. 16. Blog On!<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />
  17. 17. Thanks to: <br />http://blogs.worldbank.org/files/governance/image/blog%20board.jpg (image)<br />Copyright 2010 Christine E. Strayer<br />
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