Description:Online diary site, offering a downloadable tool to allow you to publish your thoughts instantly.
Newest Review: ... came looking for the actual Blog space. This I struggled to do but soon found the key (on the right of the sceen towards the top). Then had to decide on my web address... Blogger is really helpful here and tells you when the words chosen are valid or not. Blogger gives a number of templates - some look very basic and some a bit more complex. For my first Blog used a basic template. So ... more
Customer blogger.com Reviews (18)
by - written on 22/11/13 (Very useful, 9 readings)
After looking for a site to start a blog the Google + Blogger site was recommended to me. As really new to Blogging I needed a site that will help me to get going and as Blogger is free, this is a bonus. To sign up for blogger needed a Google e mail account which was easy and simple to set up, just 5 minues. Then came looking for the actual Blog space. This I struggled to do but soon found the key (on the right of the sceen towards the top). Then had to decide on my web address... Blogger is really helpful here and tells you when the words chosen are valid or not. Blogger gives a number of templates - some look very ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/03/12, updated on 14/03/12 (Very useful, 54 readings)
---Why I Do This--- I started off as a complete novice - not even knowing what Blogger was. I was organising a school reunion and asked my son if there was a way I could keep in touch with everyone without having to contact them all separately - so he set me up with Blogger and left me to it. It must be easy as I was soon able to find my way around quite easily and learn how it worked without being shown. I have now gone from having just one for the school reunion to now having 30. I do not use them in the conventional sense of an online diary - but use them for village history and the history of local church and chapels etc - I will list ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/11/11 (Very useful, 33 readings)
Blogger: Blogger is a website that allows you to freely and easily set up your own blog, it does everything except for writing your posts for you. Getting Started: To get started with Blogger you just need to make an account, this may sound like a hardship, entering lots of details and then finding some hidden charges right? Well actually no, I just had to sign in with my Google Mail account and I was done, no charges or additional details required. I then set about picking a template, they have a decent selection and allow you to change the layout of the post and everything like that and of course you can customise them to meet your ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/08/10, updated on 16/08/10 (Very useful, 135 readings)
...and it's all Dooyoo's fault. I've been a member of Dooyoo for... OMG, it's today - 10 years today!!!!! I nearly missed it. During that time I've written approaching 500 reviews/opinions, call it what you will. Doesn't sound a very high number? I've never been a serial reviewer: I write only on things that interest me and when the spirit moves me. Money was never the primary motivation although it does add to the attraction. Over the years I have been frustrated, as have most Dooyoo members I'm sure, over the organisation of the website and especially over the way in which subject categories are (or are not!!!) set up. True, things are better today ... Read the complete review
by Kathy Cook - written on 17/05/10
This is a heuristic usability evaluation of blogger.com http://tvustudent.wordpress.com/2010/05/17/bloggerheuristicusabilityevaluation/Conclusions:Blogger has very good usability.■4.2 average score.■One third of the areas of Blogger's usability scored 4.■5 out of 12 areas of Blogger's usability scored 5 - exemplar usability: design a simple state space; visible system status; matches language with target user group needs; facilitates learning and effective error management was the most successful element of Blogger.■Only 3 areas of Blogger's interface showed minor concern about usability - giving users control and freedom, help, and navigation.■No main areas with significant issues, but the most significant were the poor utility of linking functionality and poor utility and features for managing blog performance and stats.■No areas with serious usability flaws or catastrophes.■The 'Area for Improvement' highlighted within this evaluation indicate how this could be improved and are recommendations for further redesign.