Blogger is an online service owned by Google that publishes single or multi-user blogs created entirely by the user. The service has quickly become the preferred choice of many novice bloggers and is one of the easiest methods of creating and publishing a blog for free. If you are unfamiliar with the service, this article will teach you how to set up an account and create a blog on

1. Navigate to using your web browser of choice.

2Sign in  using your Google Account to get started.

3. If you do not have a Google Account, Click “Get Started” to create one.

4. Enter a “Display Name” to be used to sign your blog posts and click “Continue”.

5. Click “Create Your Blog Now”

6. Select a “Blog title” and an available URL for your blog. You can check if the URL you          are considering         is available by clicking "Check Availability".

7. choose a starter template, which will act as the basic design/layout of your blog.

  • If you wish to change the design of your blog from the starter template you selected when initially creating your blog, you can do so under the “Design” tab.
  • If you want to adjust other settings such as who is able to view, contribute to, or comment on your blog etc, click the “Settings” tab.

  •  You can add new authors that are able to contribute to and edit your blog by clicking the “Settings” tab> “Permissions” sub-tab, and selecting “Add Authors”.


  • From within the “Design Tab” you will be able to edit Page Elements, HTML, and change your template with Temple Designer.

9.  Click “Start Blogging”

10. You can create new blog posts, edit posts, and edit pages from under the “Posting” tab.

11. The body of your post will get entered into the “Compose” text editor, where you will also be able to access basic text editor functions such as font size, text color,the ability to insert links.

  •  You can also use the “Edit HTML” tab to insert your post in HTML format, if you prefer.

  • The “Post Options” section located underneath the “Compose” text editor will allow you to enable reader comments, HTML settings, and post the time and date.

12.You can now either select “Save Now” to save your post, “Preview” to preview your post before publishing to your blog, or “Publish Post” to publish your post directly to your newly created blog.

Click Blogger help for more help !