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Make Sure To Enter The Following Information
Enter your eMail address
Retype your eMail address
Enter your Password of your choice
Retype your Password
Enter a Display Name - The display name will be displayed in all of your posts
Select your Gender
You will also enter your Date of birth
After you have entered your information, entered the "Word Verification" and checked off the "I accept the Terms of Service"
When page has been completely filled out, click "Continue."
NOW YOU NEED TO COME UP WITH A TITLE FOR YOUR BLOG
Because you are just starting out it really doesn't matter what you call the blog. Eventually you will come up with a name that will pertain to what you are promoting so you can always come back and change this later.
CHOOSING A BLOG ADDRESS (URL):
You will then need to choose a "Blog Address (URL). You will find your blog on the Internet by typing this blog address URL. The blog address URL is the Web address you will type as an example: "http://yourblogname.blogspot.com" to find your blog on the Internet.
You will want to try to put the subject of your blog in the blog address (URL) Example: if your blog is about "Dog Food" you may choose something like "Doggietrainingtools" or "doggie-training-tools." (You can also put dashes if you like.) So if you chose "doggie-training-tools" as your blog address then your complete blog address would be
Because many of the popular names are taken, you may need to add additional words to your blog address URL. As an example: If "doggie-training-tools" was already taken by someone else, then you could add to it like such - "doggie-training-tools21."
You can enter anything at this point as this is just a training started blog. A good name should be a targeted keyword which we will go into later.
Once you have entered your Blog Title, and Blog Address URL, click "Continue"
Click on the template you like and click "Continue"
Adding Adsense to your Blog
Select the AdSense Element Step 1
Click on Add a Page Element Step 2
Sign up for AdSense Step 3
Configure AdSense Step 4
Adjust Your Template Step 5
A popup window will open up labeled, "Choose a New Page Element." Select the AdSense option and click on the ADD TO BLOG button.
Next, you will decide on the size and color formatting for your AdSense ad. If the default color settings will clash with your blog or will hide the text, you should change them immediately. However, in most cases, it's better to leave the default settings. You can always change this later. Once you are finished, press SAVE CHANGES.
Your AdSense element should now appear on your template. You can rearrange the position of your ads by dragging the AdSense elements to a new position on the template. You can also add more AdSense columns by clicking on the Add a Page Element link. Be sure to check with AdSense Terms of Service to make sure you don't exceed the maximum number of AdSense blocks you're allowed.
Going over the basics
FORMAT YOUR POST
Blogger�s entry field includes icons across the top that let you change the font and font size, apply bold and italics to text, and create common formatting styles like lists. To use these features, select the text in the field that you want to modify by clicking and dragging over the text; then click the appropriate icon or select an option from the desired drop-do.
When clicking on the button called "settings" this will bring you to the basic settings page. This is an important page. Everything is already set to "default" so leaving it on the default option is a good idea.
Here you can select the blog template you like. There are many different templates to choose from. Make sure to choose a theme that matches your current blog theme.
.Any existing posts you made will be here even the unpublished ones. You can also use this option to create new posts.
.This button will show you any existing pages you have on your blog. When you create a blog it will automatically create the "Home Page" of your blog. You can add additional pages if you choose by selecting the "New Page" button. If you want to write about different subjects or add a new page you can, just make sure to keep it under the same blog as they will ask if you want to create a new one.
You can find the stats option in the editor tool on your blog . This button shows you how many visitors have viewed your blog on any given day, month, year, etc. This option also shows where the visitors are coming from such as region, country, City, etc.
Any Google Adsense earnings you've made can be checked here. Adsense pays you for every click your blog creates from visitors. This is also where to set up your account with Google Adsense.
You can see any "comments" added in the editor tool on your blog. You can edit or delete any comments made here with this option. You should leave the comments unless of course someone makes a bad comment or uses foul language.
C. VIEW BLOG - Click this option to view your existing blog in a separate window.
D. ACCOUNT PROFILE/SETTINGS/LOG OUT - This is where you can create or edit your profile as well as change general account settings, and log out of your blogger account. It's a good idea to fill out a profile that is very personable and humble.
E. LANGUAGE PREFERENCE - The default is set on English, but if you want your blog to read in any other langage you always can change the setting here. There are mant languages available for your to choose from.
Adding Gadgets On Your Blog
Here are the feature descriptions for each "Gadget" above which is available in your "Page Element" editor
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