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Actually, it is a tutorial article, in which I will tell you how to transfer your blogger blog to another account. Here is a very easy procedure to tr

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Actually, it is a tutorial article, in which I will tell you how to transfer your blogger blog to another account. Here is a very easy procedure to transfer your blogspot blog to another Google account. So, follow the steps to know how to transfer –

STEP 1 : Go to blogger dashboard by sign in to blogger.

STEP 2 : Click on More Options button and select Settings.

STEP 3 : Now, Click on Add Authors in Permissions section.

STEP 4 : Now, type the another gmail id, where you want to transfer your blog.

STEP 5 : Now, sign out the blogger and open Gmail and sign in with the id where you want to transfer your blogger blog.

STEP 6 : You’ll receive a invitation link from the that blogger blog. You need to click on the link and you’ll reach to blogger dashboard. Yet, the blog has not completely transferred but you have only become a contributor for the related blogger blog.

STEP 7 : So, to transfer completely, you have to log into your blogger account again with the blog admin id and again navigate to Settings > Permissions.

STEP 8 : Now, you’ll see two blog authors one named admin and another named author. Here you need to Click on author and change it to admin and remove the old admin from the list.

So, at last sign out this blogger account and sign in with new account where you have transferred the blog. You’ll see that your blog has completely transferred from old account to this account.

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    Any time you transfer a blog between administrator accounts, you always have at least one administrator.

    You will have to have both the source and target owning accounts active, for some time. Don’t start this project, if you’ve lost the account name, or forgotten the password, on one of the accounts. Plan this process with some care.

    Note that you may, personally, perform some or all of these steps.

    At your discretion, some steps may be performed by another person while you observe – or distant from you. If two people are involved here, be sure that both you and the other person have read this procedure and understand all steps.

    1. If the new owner isn’t already a blog member
      1. Log in to Blogger, using an account that currently has administrative access to the blog.
      2. Using the Permissions wizard at Settings – Basic, add a new blog member, using a suitable email address used by the person being given access.
      3. Login to Google, under the email account targeted in step 2.
      4. Open the email received, and accept membership, using any valid Google account. Or set up a new Google account, if necessary. This gives you a blog with team membership.
      5. Note that the email account used initially, and the Google account may, or may not, be the same.
    2. Log in to Blogger, using an account that currently has administrative access to the blog. Using the Permissions wizard at Settings – Basic, make the new member an administrator, by selecting “Admin” in place of “Author”. Be careful, and only add administrators who you can trust, and who you reasonably expect to continue to be available. This gives you a blog with team ownership.
    3. If you’re transferring ownership, not adding an administrator
      1. Log in to Blogger, using the account that was just given administrative access.
      2. Using the Permissions wizard at Settings – Basic, remove the old account. Using the newly added account, to remove the old account assures you that the account just added now has administrative authority.

    If you’re doing this in preparation for switching your Blogger, Gmail, or another email account, do not discontinue the current account until you have executed, and tested, step 2, by successfully performing step 3.

    If the current account has any other Google features, such as AdSense, Gmail. or Picasa, do not delete the current account. If you uploaded any pictures to any of the blogs, using post editor, your pictures are stored in Picasa – and they will not be transferred. If any pictures are hosted by the current account, do not ever delete the account.

    Be careful, and use the right account for each of the transfer steps.

    Google authenticates using one account, for multiple tasks (Blogger, Google Apps, Google Mail, and others), using cookies. There are 3 ways to ensure that the correct Blogger account is used, during the transfer procedure.

    1. Use 2 different browsers (on one computer, or on two computers) – one browser for using the current Blogger account, the second for setting up, then using, the new Blogger account.
    2. Clear cache, cookies, and authenticated sessions, then restart the browser, after each of the first 3 steps.
    3. Carefully use the “Use different account” link, when logging in before each of the last 3 steps.

    We have found that the advice to use two different browsers is most effective, in this procedure.

    Be aware of ownership requirements – and make sure the new owner is aware.

    If either the current or the new, Blogger account is based upon a non-GMail email address, be aware of special issues related to non-GMail-based accounts. And be aware of the relationships in general, between Blogger accounts, email addresses, and Google accounts.

    And now with the blog having a new owner, make sure that the new owner knows to retain access to the account – keep both the account name/password, and the email address, current, remembered, and secure.

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