Tap on Sign In. It’s in the upper-right corner of the window. Enter your Google username and secret key.
On the off chance that you don’t have a Google Account, tap on Create Your Blog. This will take you to a screen where you can make a record to use with Blogger.
Select a profile compose. Tap on Create a Google+ profile to make a solitary record to use over all Google properties. On the off chance that you’d jump at the chance to utilize a nom de plume restrain your presentation on Google, tap on Create a restricted Blogger profile.
Sort a URL for your blog. In the event that it’s inaccessible attempt different minor departure from the name you need to utilize, however don’t utilize images like hyphens, underscores, colons.
Select how to tweak the plan. Tap on Customize on the off chance that you’d like guided options. Tap on Edit HTML in case you’re a further developed client.
Tap on Settings. It’s in the focal point of the menu on the left. From here, you can modify different settings, for example, dialect, regardless of whether your blog will be incorporated into web search tool results, and whether you’re willing to get messages.
Tap on Basic and after that +Add creators. The last connection is in the lower-right corner, under the “Consents” segment of the menu. This setting enables you to add different supporters of the blog, with the goal that the written work load does not lay on your shoulders, alone.
Compose your post. Tap on Compose to write your post as you would in a normal content manager, which incorporates capacities like distinctive textual styles and sizes, content shading, and the capacity to embed joins.
Tap on Post Settings. It’s in the upper-right corner of the window. From this menu, you can empower peruser remarks, select HTML settings, and post the time and date. Tap on Done when you’ve rolled out your improvements.
Tap on Save. Doing as such spares your work, up until this point. Tap on Preview to perceive what your post will look like when it’s done. Tap on Publish to take it live for your group of onlookers.