Everything you need to Know about Blogger From Beginning to Advance
This course includes:
- 2 hours on-demand video
- 1 article
- Full lifetime access
- Access on mobile and TV
- Certificate of completion
- No Programming skills required
- A Laptop with Internet connection
In this course you are going to see how to be a blogger from scratch with no cost…..
Here we will be using a website called Blogger to create our blogs and publish it for free.
In this course I will be showing you all the tools available on Blogger which you can use…..
Google Blogger–also just called Blogger–is an online content management system (CMS) that facilitates the creation of informal online discussion sites, also called blogs. Users can get a free blogspot com domain or buy a custom domain.
Users can also customize their blogs with different templates, flexible layouts, and hundreds of background images. In order to use Blogger, users must create a Google account. (Individuals with existing Gmail email addresses can use this account.) Users can customize the name of their account; the format is displayed as name.blogspot com.
Users are also able to create multiple blogs under one account.
Content is hosted on Cloud Spanner, Google’s database service that was released in 2017. Blogger is also integrated with other Google programs, such as Google AdSense and Google Analytics.
Users can use Google AdSense to automatically display relevant targeted ads so that users are able to make money through their own Google Blogger site.
Users must sign up for an AdSense account separately, and then link advertisements to their individual blogs. Not all blogs qualify for advertisements, so interested users should double-check the eligibility checklist.
Blogger has its own built-in analytics tools that help users identify where their audience is coming from and what they’re interested in. Users can also connect their blog directly to Google Analytics for more detailed information.
Users control the features of Blogger through the program’s dashboard. The dashboard displays the blog’s activity, news from Google, or any updates to the program. Users can manage a particular blog by clicking the blog title and editing it.
They can also create new posts from the dashboard. Blogger websites can be viewed and accessed from a desktop or a mobile platform. Users can email their posts to your blog; with email posting, you can use your mobile device to post to your blog.
The mobile application Blogger Mobile allows users to post pictures directly to their Blogger account from their mobile device.
Although there are blogging tools with more complex and sophisticated features available, the fact that Blogger is free and offers some level of customization for users makes it an attractive system for individuals who may be novices at blogging.
When Blogger was first started by Pyra Labs in 1999, it was one of the first blog-publishing tools on the Internet.
It was founded by Evan Williams, one of the co-founders of Twitter, and Meg Hourihan, one of the co-founders of Kinja.
The company has been credited with helping to popularize the blog format of sharing content on the Internet.
Google acquired Blogger in 2003 when it purchased Pyra Labs for an undisclosed amount of money. After the acquisition, the CMS underwent a major redesign in 2004 and some of Blogger’s premium services became free.
Who this course is for:
- Beginners in Blog Creation
- Beginners to Blogger
- Those who want to create their first blog