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Here's what you need to know to get started with Google Blogger
Want to share your opinions, promote your business, network with others, and maybe pick up a few extra dollars, all without learning to program? Millions of people are doing it with Google Blogger, and you can too. This book helps you create a Blogger account, write compelling content, build an audience, make money from your blog, and more!
  • What's a blog, and what's Blogger? — learn the parts of a blog, what Blogger does, and how to choose goals and blog topics
  • Nuts and bolts — choose a domain name, learn to use the dashboard, pick a template, and configure settings
  • Blog effectively — learn blogosphere etiquette and some secrets for long-term success
  • Fun bells and whistles — dress up your blog with templates (lots of them are free!)
  • Does making dollars make sense? — explore options for Google Adsense®, contextual and text link ads, paid posts, and merchandising with CafePress
  • Spread the word — promote your blog through search engines and social networking sites
  • A family of blogs — set up multi-user blogs or branch into mobile blogging, podcasting, or video blogging
  • Get more Google — use Picasa®, YouTube, Feedburner, and more
Open the book and find:
  • How to choose a blog topic and personalize your blog
  • What you should know about moderating comments
  • How to maintain your blog with tools like Blog This! and Quick Edit
  • Simple search engine optimization techniques
  • Tips for tracking your blog traffic
  • Where to find cool free templates
  • How to make money from your blog
  • Ten useful social networking sites
About the Author
Susan Gunelius is President and CEO of KeySplash Creative, Inc., a full-service marketing communications provider. She is also a professional blogger and seasoned marketing and branding expert with two other books to her credit. In addition to being the Guide to Web Logs for, she authors blogs for a variety of clients as well as her own blogs, and