Blogger review | An easy to use blogging platform owned by Google


Blogger review  - Rev|To 

Blogger is an easy to use blogging platform owned by Google.


Your login credentials for Gmail work across all Google apps and for Blogger there is no difference.

Once logged in to the platform, you can create a blog, select a template for the look and feel you’d like, select a mobile template, add posts, and add pages and you’re almost ready to launch!

Besides being one of the simplest platforms to get up and running, you’ll find most of the tools that you would see on a typical blogging platform.




  • FREE
  • Being on Google’s platform you have robust security
  • You do not own the site….well Google does
  • Limited tools and support
  • Templates are very limited




Blogger is an easy to use blogging platform owned by Google. Your login credentials work across all Google apps and Blogger is no different.

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The templates can be customized to match your brand colors and the posting tools feature standard Word style editing.

What WordPress calls Widgets, Blogger calls Gadgets and there are 82 Gadgets available from the control panel.

There are also a number of third party Gadgets available for customizing your blog.



Blogger at a Glance


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For users who want even more control, you can use their advanced design features to do everything from changing the color of links to adding custom CSS.

As a single author, you can create a private online space for collecting news, links, and ideas, to keep to yourself or share with as many readers as you’d like.

Blogger profiles let you find people and blogs that share your interests.

Your Blogger Profile: is where you can list your blogs, your interests, and more, lets people find you (but only if you want to be found).

Your site will be a subdomain on ( or you can use a standard domain name ( Instructions are provided if you decide to go that route.

Support is available through a unique feedback system that allows you to highlight the issue and send to developers.

There is also a blogger support community as well as tutorials and a troubleshooter.



Although there are fancier blog tools out there, the mixture of cost (free) and flexibility makes Blogger one of the best deals around.

During our search across the web for some relevant video’s to share… we turned up nothin’!

Let us know if you come across any video’s or how-to’s about Blogger that the Rev|To Community would be interested in [email protected] 


1 Time or Monthly: Free
Template Selection: Very Limited
Contract No
Ease of Use: Simple to get up and running. Connects to your gmail.



Company Overview

Editor’s note: This information was taken directly from the company’s page 

Getting Started With Blogger

You can use blogs for everything from updating your friends and family about your life, giving your own advice column, discussing your political views, or relating your experience in a topic of interest.

You can host blogs with multiple contributors, or you can run your own solo show. You can even use Blogger to make your own podcast feeds.