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Blogger, Google's free program, is available to anyone who has a Google Accounts. You can sign in to your Google Account from any Google page or your own blogsite. In order to sign in to your Google Account, go to any Google page and click Sign in. Select your affiliate and click Sign In, or type in your e-mail adress and your passwort and click Next.
From the dropdown list, click the App button and select Blogger. The Blogger Dashboard opens. In order to log in to your blogs, click on the Log in button at the top right of the page. You will be directed to a Google login page. Select your affiliate and click Sign In, or type in your e-mail address and your passphrase and click Next.
Then you are logged in and your Blogger Dashboard opens. You' ll remain logged in to your Google Account unless you sign out. One of the benefits of signing up is the opportunity to upgrade your blogs and use one of Google's applications without having to sign up again. However, if you are on a computer that is sharing, leaving your machine unsupervised, or being taken, remaining logged on represents a safety hazard.
In order to help prevent your site from being compromised by other people, log out of your Google Account before closing the Blogger Dashboard or before closing your web browser. Please be sure to log out of your Google account before closing the Blogger Dashboard. Please click on your image and select Unsubscribe.
We are overjoyed to announce this mornings that Blogger has reached a final deal to be taken over by Google, the online researcher.
We are overjoyed to announce this mornings that Blogger has reached a final deal to be taken over by Google, the online researcher. That' interesting newsworthy not only for all of us in the Blogger crew, but also for our bloggers, our affiliates and especially for the entire world.
Obviously, you probably have a lot of unanswered question about what this means for bloggers and blogger people. Below we have put together some preliminary responses to many of the largest issues. Q: Why did Blogger sold to Google? Anyway, on the face of it, it may look apparent that a Google-sized business could give bloggers the tools we need to make things better, quicker and larger.
It has been more than eleven years since we founded the business, and not all of them have been much enjoyable. Of course, it wasn't just their sizes on Google. This was only after we were sure that: a) there were reasonable, funky, mighty things we could do on the technology/product side with Google that we couldn't do otherwise; and b) it was a good business, run by guys we liked who wanted the same things we did (i.e. they wouldn't mess up bloggers or make our life miserable).
Google also liked our logotype. F: Will Blogger disappear? Bloggers will retain its brand-name and service. Whilst we can incorporate Google in certain areas, there will always be a blogger. F: What does the takeover mean for Blogger people? Some of the things we are not quite willing to divide (the reality is that we still find out a great deal about them).
F: Will there be any changes to the Blogger product? We have been working for some now on a new release of Blogger that will be released soon. F: Does this mean that my blogs have a higher ranking in Google results? This means that your blogs could be saved physical nearer to Google, but that's it.
Over the years, Google has done a great job of ensuring that their results are sincere and impartial, and there's no need to alter this guideline for bloggers or others. F: What will happend to all the lovely children working on bloggers? We' re still going to work on Blogger and make it better.