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Do I have to use Gmail for Blogger

This is NOT a Google Service. Unless you are a paying customer of Google Apps, Google does not have phone number or Email address for customer service. If you need help, here is how to get it.,

Google is a house of reliability, being started as a search engine by Larry Page and Sergey Bring at present it brings with it a plentiful of internet related services and products. Gmail and blogger are two such services by them, 0ne which is popular for providing a faster and user friendly mailing experience another being an official blog portal. Both are equally popular among its users but somehow Gmail is more prominent as compared to others.

But this is not the motive behind writing this blog; we don’t need to say anything less or more about the both products. Rather, here we will try to solve out a common problem i.e. whether a user needs to have a Gmail account for Blogger or not?

First I want to make out few things clear for our valuable readers. Google allows every user to access each and every service simply by creating an account. Gmail or Google mail is a default platform for registering our name for acquiring the service accessibility. Therefore, if someone has to watch a video from YouTube which requires age verification they can login using the Gmail account. Similar is the case with Blogger.

Blogger as we all know is a blog-publishing service acquired by Google that let a user to publish their written content online. Being shipped by Google, hence for using Blogger for the first time you will need a Gmail account. In case if you don’t have an account in Gmail, you have to create a new ID for full access.

This brings us to our question again, so we need a Gmail account with Blogger?  This is not trueBusiness Management Articles, but for first use you will need it for creating a personal Blogger account. Later when whole registering process is complete you can remove the Gmail account and submit another webmail account like Yahoo or Outlook. Therefore this brings us to the conclusion if a user doesn’t wants their Gmail account ID to be their registered name for posting blog they don’t need to worry.

If you have any trouble performing the above stated procedure calling the technical support team can help you to a big extent.

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