Blogging Tips

Read on for some great blogging tips.

For the beginning blogger, here is a procedure you could follow.

Step One – Come up with a name for your blog, related to the subject you intend to blog about, for instance – Organizing Your Computer.  Look for something original such as computerchaos.com  or computermess.com.  There should be lots of ideas you could come up with.

Step Two – After deciding what to blog about, go and register a domain name related to that particular subject. Try out a few names to see if they are available.

There are free registrars on the internet such as WordPress and Blogger but if you use one of these your name will show up as “YourDomainName.Wordpress.com” or “YourDomainName.Blogger.com”

If you would like to use a free hosting service, you can register at www.wordpress.com for a free wordpress blog.   Or register for a free blogger blog at www.blogger.com

The following are some blogging tips for setting up a free blogger blog.

At the Blogger website you can set your blog up in 3 easy steps.

1. Create an account

2. Name your blog

3. Choose a Template

Blogger is now owned and operated by Google, the search engine, which they acquired from a small company, Prya Labs, in 2003.

In order to use Blogger, you need a google account such as gmail.

If you don’t have a current google account you can create one at http://www.Gmail.com.

Once you have your Gmail account you can log in to Blogger and begin the 3 steps mentioned above.

Try out the free ones and when you are comfortable with building websites, go to a paid registrar and invest a little money to build a dedicated website. Then your name will show up just as you registered it.

I hope to share more blogging tips with you as you come back here and visit with me. I love blogging and I learn new stuff all the time. Once I try something new, I like to share my success with others so they too can find success and enjoyment.

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