What is Google blogger’
Google Blogger is a free Publishing Platform run by Google. It is designed to be simple to use so customers can upload content to their blogs by email, Google Plus and the various applications and programs.
Breaking down the ‘Google blogger’
Google blogger, originally named blogger was acquired by Google in 2003. The publishing service facilitates the creation of blogs, or informal network of discussion sites. Users can subscribe to over 100 blogs on one account, and configure the blogs with pre-designed templates. Content is stored on Google servers, and the service is available in 60 languages. Although his popularity in the US weakened somewhat, Google blogger has a large user base and is popular in countries such as Indonesia, India and Brazil.
Users control aspects of Google blogger by using monitoring programmes. The overview dashboard shows the activity of the blog, news from Google or any updates to the program. The writers manage a particular blog, clicking on the name of the blog, and from there, they create new posts.
Google blogger is integrated with other Google tools such as Adsense and Analytics. Users have the ability to earn from your sites Google blogger using the account Google AdSense. Users sign up for accounts individually, and then link ads to individual blogs. Not all blogs can claim on advertising, so users should double-check the list of selection. Users also can view detailed information about the audience of your blog by using the Google Analytics data and Google Analytics.
A brief history of Google blogger
Blogger started in 1999 by Pyra labs. At that time it was one of the first blog-publishing tools on the Internet. Tech startup was founded by Evan Williams, cofounder of Twitter and Meg Hourihan, one of the founders of Kinja. Blogger with support for multiple users, to create the timestamp messages to the same account.
Google acquired blogger in 2003, when the tech giant bought Pyra labs, for undisclosed terms. As Google blogger, premium features of the service was now free. Publisher blog also underwent a major redevelopment.