Some advice on creating a blog
I do have a blog (blogger) with just a couple of 'practise' post but I wish to enhace my online profile with more related to my Hubs to interlink them and drive traffic. I want to have separate blogs on different subjects, my quesion is can I have separate blogs on the same blogger account without them showing up together. ie I don't want someone reading a blog about building a good relationship and another one showing up about divorce!
When you go to Blogger you should see a button on the left side that says "New Blog". You can start a completely different one there.
Although you can see all of your blogs together on that page, other people won't.
I hope that helps.
Good luck with your blogging.
I have two separate blogs on blogger and you should be able to do the same. Just click on the help button for more info, or even search for Blogger Hubs here on HP.
Blogger allows you to create as many blogs as you like. I personally have more than 60 blogger "blogs" in one account. I use a "pen name" so that my blogs will have more credibility. As such, I write as a group with a clever "group name" and a "group profile picture". This way, if I am writing about baseball cards, the blogger profile does not read "Cyndee Lou" from Who-ville and if I am writing about Breastfeeding, the profile doesn't read "Doug from Ypsilanti". "Any person" from my pen group, could have easily written any of the blog posts and my audience gets the benefits of having "many" experts on the subjects they are interested in.
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