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Blogger supports static pages. You can display information like 'about your blog', 'terms and conditions', or some other. Static Pages are quite different from blog posts. From the URL structure to the Google Indexing process, Static pages differ a lot from blog posts. Most of the bloggers who are earning pocketful bucks are even not using static pages in their blogs.

Static pages play an important role in Adsense approval also. Blogs with 'Terms & Conditions' displayed on a static page are getting approved more quickly than those which doesn't. You believe it or not it's a matter of fact.

Let's go with creation of the Static pages in blogger.

Creating Static Pages in Blogger

  1. Log into Blogger.
  2. Open your blog's control panel.
  3. Click on 'Pages' tab.
  4. Choose to click on 'New Page' from the available options. Now 'Blogger Editor' for 'Static Page' will be opened for you.
  5. Give a Title for your 'Static Page'. For Eg., Our Story is a static page displaying information of the evolution of Amfas Tech.
  6. Enter the body/content of the page.

Customizing Page Settings

Page settings are just like 'Post Settings' you have seen in Lesson 2. You can choose to show/hide comments under the page. The best thing to make the page look more professional is to hide the comments until you have some other idea of engaging readers on that page.

After you're done. Click on 'Publish' button. It will take you back to 'Pages' tab where you can list of all pages you have created. 

Hover the mouse on a page and click on 'View' to see the page go live.

Reverting the live pages to drafts

Mark the Tick on the page(s) and click on 'Revert to draft' button. This would take off the live pages from the blog and turns them into 'Drafts'. You can edit them and re-publish them when you wanted. To do so mark the Tick on the 'draft page(s)' and click on 'Publish' to see them go live again.


Watch the video tutorial on Static Page creation in Blogger:





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