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7 Videos (12m)
    • Part 1 How To Create A Free Blog Introduction

      2:12
    • Part 2 Blogger Platform Selection

      1:38
    • Part 3 Creating Your Gmail Account

      1:50
    • Part 4 Find Google Blogger

      0:44
    • Part 5 Creating Your Blog

      2:38
    • Part 6 Making A Page For Your Blog

      2:02
    • Part 7 Conclusion

      1:08

About This Class

These quick lessons will help you to develop a free blog using Gmail or Google Blogger within the same day of completing the lesson.

Each lesson is laid out in progression and the content is given to you in audio and visual so that you learn quickly using your eyes and ears.

Most people think they do not have the time or skills to create a blog, you may think that you have to be "Techy" or "Geek" to this. You can do this and have your own blog to share with family and friends than eventually to your target market.

With the simple instructions and easy format of Blogger, you will impress yourself of how easy it was to get this up and running.

You want to start with a basic Post and work your way to writing your pages which will be static information that will be there all the time for your viewers or prospects to see. Your posts will be updates, these updates can also be used to engage your audience, or your customers engaging with you and others on your blog.

You may also want to test your blog on family and friends and ask them to help you with some real testimonials about your products or services.

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Great information and a quick study which made it handy.
It okay, but need to improve in presenting the point. Thanks.
Park Y.

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Guy Monague

Sharing Experience To The World

Good-day Class:

My name is Guy Monague and I have many skills to share with you. Just recently, I have reached 55 years old and have pondered many life events and skills that I have picked up along the way.

My skills were acquired due to survival and not some great plan that I had created. In my younger years, I ventured into a Fast Food Restaurant combined with a Video Arcade, it was exciting times and a great experience. My success was due to the demand, but my failure was due...

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