Monday, July 23, 2018

Creating A G-mail Account And Signing In To Blogger

Beginners Blogger Tutorial
Creating A G-mail Account And Signing In To Blogger

After completion of your gmail (e-mail) account on Google, you need to create a Google plus (G+ profile) and that will merge with your gmail id.Creating a Google Plus Profile (G+) will give you many advantages across the web and we will discuss the details about it in the upcoming posts. Let's proceed to-How to create a blog for free of cost with Google.

It is just a simple method-Search your web browser for blogger.com and you will finally get this result


Beginners Blogger Tutorial
Creating A G-mail Account And Signing In To Blogger

You will get a screen like this from where you can choose any of the 2 options1)Sign in2) Create Your Blog

Beginners Blogger Tutorial
Creating A G-mail Account And Signing In To Blogger

Then simply sign up with a new gmail account if needed or sign in  with your existing account whereyou will get 2 options for signing in Create a Google plus profile or create a limited blogger profile



Beginners Blogger Tutorial
Creating A G-mail Account And Signing In To Blogger

You can choose any but Google plus will be better option at all and complete your profile there and sign in to blogger.com and the page will look like this


Beginners Blogger Tutorial
Creating A G-mail Account And Signing In To Blogger

Now we are ready to create a new blogspot website for free.Just click create a new blog and a pop-up window will open where you have to type your blog title and address. You can choose anything for your blog title you want for example "My New Blog", "My Cooking Recipes" or whatever you want but the address will check availability automatically because if there is another blog has been already created by someone on the web with the same address you will not get the desired address and must remember to not leave any space when you are typing the blog address.Feel free a to ask any question if you are having any confusion or difficulty in understanding this tutorial.

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