Get Your Adsense Account

Let’s use Google create the free blog

There are 2 procedures, the Overview (for those that are familiar with creating free blogs) and the Detailed Instruction (those unfamiliar with free blog creation).


  1. Step 1

    Great a Google account by visiting Blogger. ( )On the Blogger webpage, there is a button that will allow you to create a new Google account in minutes. If you have an existing Google account, you can skip this step and move on to the next. When creating your Google account, you will be asked to provide some basic information, including your current email address. You will also be asked to create a password that will afford you access to your Blogger account.

  2. Step 2

    Return to Blogger, where you will be asked to sign in using your newly created Google account and password. For convenience, you can set the site to remember your password so you will not be required to enter the information on each visit to the site.

  3. Step 3

    Choose the “Create a blog” option on the Blogger dashboard. You will be taken to the dashboard each time you log into the account. You can create and manage as many blogs as you like from the dashboard.

  4. Step 4

    Name your blog. Choose something that is easy to remember so you can direct your friends and family to your page. Make your title something catchy, yet not extremely long. The name you choose will be the first part of the URL for your site. Remember that this should be the same as the domain name you wish to register on your real site. The URL for your site will be

  5. Step 5

    Choose your template. Blogger provides many templates you can use to set up your initial blog on the site. If you don’t like the template you choose,, you can go back later and change it to another of the premade layouts or design your own after you learn more about the template-formatting options.

  6. Step 6

    Write your first post and submit it using the template provided. You can add pictures or links to your posts if you like. After you have submitted your post, you can view your new blog or edit your posts.

  7. Step 7

    Make the blog unique to you. Thousands of bloggers use Blogger to host their content, and you want to separate yourself from the masses. You can add things to your blog to make it more fun and interesting for others to read. By clicking on the “Layout” tab, you can move elements like your profile or any widgets you add. Experiment with different layouts and options until you find one you like.


Step 1: Go to and sign up for a blog

Again, it’s an easy to use service, but let me give you a few pieces of advice on how to accomplish this:

  • At the start page for blogger, click on the orange arrow that says “create your blog now.”
  • Blogger now is part of Google, so if you have a Google account (which allows for things like gmail) you should use that to set up your new blogger account. If you don’t have a Google account, now is a pretty good chance to set one up. Otherwise, it is just a matter of following the instructions on this page.
  • Be sure to check the “terms of service” box; of course, you might actually want to read through it a bit first, though the rules are pretty standard for these sorts of services.
  • Save your username and password some place. In fact, I would encourage you to write it down some place. Don’t lose this!
  • When you’re done, click on the orange “continue” button, which will take you to another page. If you did something wrong or you supplied a username or password that doesn’t work, Blogger will stop you from proceeding until you fix the error.
  • The “Blog Title” will be what appears in the title portion of your blog. I recommend you keep it something simple like “My English 328 Blog” or whatever you want.
  • For the address of your blog, I’d encourage you to use your username. So, in my case, the blogger blog address would be Unless you know what you’re doing with ftp functions, you should use to host your blog.
  • The “word verification” section is a security set-up the blogger folks have; simply type in the word you see in the funky font into the provided box. Click “continue” when you’re done.
  • You can choose any template you want for your blog, and you can also change the template later if you would like. Click continue when you’re done.
  • After waiting a few moments, you should get a screen that says your blog has been created. Good for you! Click on the “start posting” arrow and get to work!

Step 2: Get posting!

  • The posting screen for blogger is pretty straight-forward. Give your entries a title, type in the appropriate window, and use the editing tools for your blog entry as you want. We’ll talk about more advanced options for your posting later, but if you know any basic html, you can incorporate most of that code into your blog posts.
  • To post or “publish” your post, click the button at the bottom of the screen “Publish Post.” If you start writing something but you don’t want to post it until later, click where it says “Save as Draft.”
  • When you publish your post, blogger will process the information and then, if everything worked (and it usually does), it will give you the option to “view blog.” Take a look at it; you should notice a couple of things:
    • The address for your blog– something like– is the address for your blog. Send this URI (web address) to me! I will link to your blog from the class web site.
    • Readers should be able to post a comment to your post by clicking on the “comments” link.

Step 3: Do some adjustments to your account

There are a number of different things you might want to do to make your blog a bit more useful. But here are a couple of things you really should do no matter what.

Blocking blog spam. I know, hard to believe, but yes, the world of spamming extends to blogs too. Fortunately, Blogger has a pretty decent security feature that will eliminate almost all spam posts from your blog. Here’s what to do:

  • If you aren’t already logged in, log in to your Blogger account. You did remember your username and password, right?
  • From the “Dashboard” screen, click on the name of your blog.
  • Click on the tab “Settings.”
  • Click on the link near the top of that page under the tabs labeled “Comments.”
  • Set “Who Can Comment?” to “Only Registered Users.” It isn’t essential that you do this, but I’d recommend it.
  • A bit further down, set “Show word verification for comments?” to “Yes.” This is a security feature that requires the comment poster to type a specific word that shows up as slightly distorted text in a window.
  • Select “Save Settings” at the bottom of the page.

Time zone. It’d be nice if the time was right on your blog, right? Here’s how to do that:

  • If you aren’t already logged in, log in to your Blogger account. You did remember your username and password, right?
  • From the “Dashboard” screen, click on the name of your blog.
  • Click on the tab “Settings.”
  • Click on the link near the top of that page under the tabs labeled “Formatting.”
  • Under “Time Zone,” select the right time zone (and if you’re reading this as part of one of my classes, that’d be “Detroit.” Duh.)
  • Select “Save Settings” at the bottom of the page.

Doing things to customize your blogger blog. There’s lots of stuff you can do customize your blog. At a minimum, I’d recommend including some links to your classmates’ blogs or other blogs you like to read, but there are a lot of other things you can do, too– include pictures, lists of stuff you like, etc., etc.

  • If you aren’t already logged in, log in to your Blogger account. You did remember your username and password, right?
  • From the “Dashboard” screen, click on the name of your blog.
  • Click on the tab “Template.”
  • Make sure the “Page Elements” tab under this is selected, and click on “Add a Page Element.” From here, simply follow the instructions. Be sure to save you page element additions and double-check that it worked.

Step 4: Repeat

This is all you need to do to set up your blogger interface (though, as you can see further down on this page, there are some other things you will probably want to try to do sooner than later). Easy, right?

To post to your blogger blog from now on, here’s all you need to do:

  • Once again, go to
  • Log in with your username and your password (you remembered your username and password, right?) DO NOT click on the “create your blog now” because that will just get you back to step 1.
  • After you log in, you should get to your blogger “dashboard,” which has a link to your blog. Click the link to manage the blog or click on “New Post” to make a new post to the blog.


“Hey, what should I do if it didn’t work?!” Well, blogger really is pretty easy to use, and while it does sometimes have bugs that are of course not your fault, usually if your blog doesn’t work, it is is because of something that you did (or didn’t) do.

So the first thing you should do is re-trace the steps above: are you sure you did everything I outline here? Really? Are you positive?

If you’re confident that you did everything right, here are a couple of other thoughts:

“I tried to enter in my blog address into a web broswer but it didn’t work”

Then try this:

  • Log in to blogger, using your username and password that you used to sign up for blogger in the first place.
  • Get to your blogger “dashboard.”
  • Click on the link to your blog.
  • Click on the tab at the top that says “view blog”
  • The web address (or URI) that appears in the window is the address to your blog. It will be something like Copy this information and paste it into an email message to me.

“I wrote my posts but nothing has shown up yet”

If this is the case, then you probably didn’t “Publish” your entry yet but you did a “save as draft.” Go back to it and push the “publish” button. This should bring up a window with a time-clock where Blogger indicates it is publishing your entry.



4 Responses to Get Your Adsense Account

  1. Ada says:

    How do we send our web addresses to you? Do we just reply the mail that you sent?

  2. Anonymous says:

    Interested to open the Adsense Account

  3. Babasola Oso says:

    Wats the ZIP/Postal Code for Nigeria

  4. Anonymous says:

    follow the instructions carefully and it will be accepted

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