Blogger – How to Get Started with Blogger

Blogger is one of the most powerful and easy-to-use blogging platforms. It has great features and tools that will help you in every aspect of running your blog. To get started with Blogger, it is important to know the basic concepts of how Blogger works and how to get started.

Did you know that you can easily start a blog with Blogger? It’s true!

And it’s a very powerful website builder. It’s not just a simple blog hosting platform. It’s a full-featured website-building platform with many features that make it a powerful tool for creating any website.

Getting started with Blogger (and Google Apps) is easy. But there is more to it than just signing up for a free account and getting started. There are many things to consider, including items such as: how you create a blog, how you manage comments, how you customize it, how you keep it updated, how you grow your readership, how you keep your readers happy and engaged, etc. All these questions can be answered in this guide, where I discuss my experience, what worked well for me, what I wish I knew about Blogger, Google apps, and how to get started with a blog.


Where can I find Blogger templates?

Here are some of the best free Blogger templates you can download and use for your blog.

To create a professional-looking blog, you must take the time and effort to create a unique look and feel. It would be best not to settle for the standard template with Blogger. The first step is finding an attractive template to make your blog look great. We have compiled a list of the best free Blogger templates you can download and customize. If you are looking for more Blogger templates, we suggest you check out our previous post: The Best Free Blogger Templates You Can Download.

How to use Blogger to generate income

If you want to make money from your blog, you should use WordPress, not Blogger.

I’m not saying that Blogger is a bad blogging platform, but you shouldn’t count on making any money from it.

WordPress is the gold standard for monetization and offers a host of options that you won’t find on Blogger.

Here are a few examples:

• Automatic ad insertion

• Multiple ad formats (image, video, text)

• Monetize ads with a range of price points

• Use affiliate marketing to monetize ads

• Use the Amazon Affiliate program

• Integrate with a range of shopping platforms

• Integrate with a range of payment gateways

• Use affiliate networks

• Use third-party apps

• And much, much more

WordPress is by far the best platform for monetization and many other reasons.

What do I need to know about Blogger?

Blogger is indeed a free blogging platform. However, there are a few things to know before you get started.

First, if you don’t know how to create a domain name, you’re in for a shock. You can skip this section if you don’t know what a domain name is.

Second, Blogger doesn’t support all HTML tags. You’ll have to use some simple HTML hacks to get some of the formatting you’d expect from a website.

Third, if you plan to use a subdomain (e.g.,, you must purchase a domain name and host it somewhere.

Finally, a blog post is only worth a few seconds of someone’s time. If you think you’ll get traffic just by posting a good-looking blog post, you’re setting yourself up for failure.

This is where the problem with a hosted solution arises. Because these services are widely used, they tend to have fairly high bandwidth requirements. This can eat into your monthly bandwidth allowance, depending on how much content you plan to publish and how large your images are. You can avoid this using a self-hosted solution like WordPress, but it will require more work. You can use Blogger for free, but there are some restrictions.

For example, you’re limited to 2GB of storage and can only have 25 monthly blog posts. But then, what about the people who don’t want to spend the time or money to do that? They will probably not be too interested in your blog anyway, so what’s the point? Well, there are still some good reasons to have a blog:

Do you need a domain name?

You don’t need a domain name to start blogging. However, you’ll need a domain name to do serious SEO. That said, it doesn’t have to be a fancy name, just something representing your blog and brand.

For example, I have a domain name, but it’s not fancy: If you look at the URL, you’ll notice it doesn’t include the word “blog.”

Why? Because I don’t want to waste time promoting my site when the URL doesn’t represent my brand.

I could spend days promoting the domain name, but that wouldn’t be worth my time. Instead, I encourage my blog name, which gives me the same SEO benefits with less effort.

My blog name is “”. My domain name is “” They are the same thing.

Frequently asked questions about Bloggers 

Q: What is Blogger?

A: Blogger is a free service that allows you to create a website and post updates. You can upload pictures and videos as well as your writing. It is a very easy way to get started on the Internet.

Q: Do you need to register or pay to use Blogger?

A: Yes, you have to register to use Blogger.

Q: Is it free to use?

A: Yes, it is completely free.

Q: Can I use it without registering?

A: No, you have to register to use Blogger.

Q: What is the best thing about Blogger?

A: The best thing is that it is easy to use.

Top Myths About Bloggers 

1. Blogger is difficult to use.

2. It’s not easy to customize your blog.

3. Your blog won’t look good if you don’t have a professional design.


As a blogger myself, I can honestly say that I enjoy writing and creating content. I love it!

But I also know that setting up a blog and building a following sound intimidating for most people. So, I decided to write a blog post about it.

If you’re considering starting a blog, I recommend first checking out Google Blogger. It’s free and easy to use. After that, you can create a WordPress blog to take things further.

So here are some tips on how to get started with your very own blog: Set up your domain name. This is the website address you will use when posting to your blog. I recommend choosing something that works well for your blog and makes sense to your readers. For example, I have a blog called “”, but my blog is “”.