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How do I log into my old blogspot account?


  1. Go to Blogger.
  2. Enter the email address you used for your blog.
  3. Sign in with the last password you remember.
  4. Add an active Google account as an admin to your blog.

Step-By-Step Blogger Tutorial For Beginners

How to make a blogspot account

What happened to my BlogSpot blog?

If you’re not sure why your blog was deleted, make sure you’re using the same Google Account that created it. Check with any other administrators to see whether another administrator removed you as an admin if your site has multiple administrators. If your blog was erased by Google, the email will clarify the situation.

How do I access my BlogSpot?

To create a custom URL for your YouTube channel, go to Blogger.com and log in using the same credentials (email address and password) you use on Google+. If you already have a BlogSpot blog, simply enter your Google account email address and password when prompted. Click the “Get Started” link on the right side of the page if you don’t already have a blog or Google account.

Does BlogSpot still exist?

The domain provider for Blogger is BlogSpot. Both services are owned by Google and are both free. They work together to offer a smooth experience, and Google gives you a free domain provider. If you’d like to use something different than “Blogspot,” go ahead!

Will BlogSpot shut down?

Even if you remove your blog from Blogger, it will not disappear completely. Google has no intention of shutting down blogger. Here’s a link to an article about how blogger will be affected by Google+ shutting down. The ability to create +1s and the “About Me” section on Google+ are among those features that will be lost.

Is BlogSpot and Blogger the same?

Blogger and BlogSpot are two completely different blogging tools. They’re both owned by Google, and they’re both utilized on the Blogger platform.

Why my blog is not showing on Google?

Here are some common reasons why your website may not show up in search results: Your site has not yet been indexed by Google (too new) Your website is not optimized for search engine crawling. The keyword market is extremely competitive.

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