What you need to know here is that Google owns Blogger, and because of that you will need to use a Google account to sign in to this platform. You can create a Google account now and then you will be able to continue to the platform without a problem. By creating a Google Account you will be able to access a wide range of Google apps and services like Drive or Mail for example. Visit the page above and share all the necessary information in order to create the necessary Google Account. Thankfully, the process is very easy and it will take only a few minutes of your time. In case you already have a Google Account, you will need to sign on the Blogger page.
It has often been seen, that the writers and authors of these blogs, are very eager to start writing, but as time goes by, they start to loose interest. A good blog should be interactive. The readers, should interact with the author, and give their opinions about what your content. This interaction, and communication, will make your job very interesting. In order to achieve this result, your writing should be attractive enough to attract traffic. Here are a few tips which can help become an efficient blogger.
Came across you on CraftGawker and I wrote a similar retrospective when I reached my 6 month blogging moment. – ?p=1677 While I completely agree that watermarking is important I totally screwed myself over with my experience doing that. The reason being is when I started my blog I broke a strict rule that I think is one of the most important and that is to choose your blog name wisely.
This is a wicked awesome post. I have built two successful blogs, both in the top 1% and I have invested nearly 6 years of blood, sweat and tears to make it happen. It was the hardest thing I have ever done, but has paid off very well. I believe in blogging in something you are overly passionate about. If you don’t love what you do, you will never stick with it.
We live in an increasingly connected world – that’s no secret. But because of this it often becomes far too easy to connect and much harder to actually disconnect and find ourselves in the moment, enjoying reality. To avoid wasting countless hours pondering over emails, try to only check them twice per day. Once in the morning – check and respond. Once again in the early evening – check and respond.