Welcome to the Blogger guide for beginners. I’m glad that you landed on this guide.
I started my blogging journey on Blogger. I’ve learned a lot while using the Blogger blogging platform and I’m sharing those with you on this Blogger beginners guide.
I’ve created this guide exclusively for the beginners and sharing all the information they need in this single place. From here, you can get all the information in a step by step format.
I’m regularly updating this guide and I will add more topics to this guide in the upcoming days. Also, I suggest you see our Blogger category where you can find more articles. So, I recommend you to bookmark this page for future reference.
Blogger is a free blogging platform offered by Google. Many popular bloggers were started their journey with the Blogger.
If you are a complete beginner, then Blogger is the best choice to start your blog. For starting Blogger blog, you need to have a Gmail account. If you have Gmail account, then you are good to go.
You can Create a Blogger blog in 2 minutes and here is the complete step by step tutorial:
Congrats! You’ve created your first blog and first blog post. There are a lot of basic setting which you need to configure in Blogger.
Now, here are some important things you need to do next:
Customize Blogger Blog
If you wish to customize your Blogger blog as per your liking and to make it professional, here are some tutorial which will help you to do that.
But, before you do any changes to the Blogger, it is better to take a backup of the Blogger template.
Reduce Bounce Rate
The following tutorials are useful to you to reduce the bounce rate of your blog.
Here is some more tutorial for you to improve your blog SEO.
I recommend you to take a blogger blog backup at regular intervals. Because, when something goes wrong, you can use this backup to import.
In a single blogger account, you can create up to 100 blogs. It may happen that you can’t maintain all the blogs you have created. In this case, you can delete the blogs that you can’t maintain and focus on your primary blogs.
I hope that the above posts are useful to you. If you’ve any questions, feel free to ask. If you like this guide, please share this with your friends.