Every traveler needs a Blog. Google Blogger is by far the easiest free solution. It seamlessly integrates with your Photos and Maps to create a wonderful travel journal you’ll be proud to share.Continue reading →
This video teaches 5 steps to make a Blogger page to visually list your important Google Photos Albums. 1. Make the page 2. create a table to hold the album images and links 3. Capture the Album images 4. Link the images to the album and 5. Add the page to your Blog’s menuContinue reading →
Geeks on Tour tutorial video #473. If your photos are in Google Photos, using the same account as the Google account you use for Blogger, then it is a very simple matter to add any of those photos to your blog. This video shows you how to add your photos from Google Photos to your blog.
Why do people use a 3d party Blog Editor like Open Live Writer rather than the Blogger.com interface? This video shows you 3 reasons – in addition to the fact that you can create posts offline. Tables, copy and paste pictures, and post to multiple blogs with only one additional click. Watch the video to see what we’re talking about.
Open Live Writer is the successor to Microsoft’s popular Live Writer which no longer works with the Blogger.com platform. This video shows you where to download the free Open Live Writer software and how to set it up to publish to your Blogger blog.
The gadget that creates a menu for your blog pages can also include menu items that take you to other websites. They’re called external links and this video shows you how to make them.
This video shows you how to create a page using Blogger, and then how to make that page accessible with a menu.
This video shows how to take a custom Google Map (see videos on Maps) into a Blogger Blog post.
*Note: Google Plus photos is referenced in this video. It is now Google Photos (no Plus!) but the process is the same.
This tutorial video starts with pictures on your computer, uses Picasa to upload the best pictures to your Google+ Photo Albums online, then adds those pictures to a Blogger blog. The online photo album used for the example is our Google+ Photo album from July 2014.
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In a perfect world, you’d write your posts on the day things happen. In the real world it may be a bit later (or even ahead of time for you super-organized people!) Blogger automatically ‘date-stamps’ posts with the current date, but you can override that. This video shows you how.
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