If you’re running a blog on Blogspot, adding labels to your site can be a great way to organize your content and make it easier for readers to find what they’re looking for. Labels work like tags or categories, allowing you to group related posts together and help users navigate your site. In this article, we’ll show you how to add labels to your Blogspot site.
|How do you add labels to your site on Blogspot?|
Step 1: Log in to your Blogspot account
To add labels to your Blogspot site, you’ll need to log in to your account. Once you’re logged in, you’ll see a dashboard with a list of your blogs. Select the blog you want to add labels to.
Step 2: Access the post editor
Once you’ve selected the blog you want to add labels to, click on the “Posts” tab in the left-hand menu. This will take you to a list of all the posts on your blog. To add labels to a post, click on the “Edit” button next to the post you want to add labels to.
Step 3: Add labels to your post
Once you’re in the post editor, scroll down to the “Labels” section. Here, you can add one or more labels to your post by typing them into the text box and pressing “Enter” after each one. For example, if you’re writing a post about a new recipe you’ve tried, you might want to add labels like “food”, “recipes”, and “cooking”.
Step 4: Save your changes
After you’ve added your labels, make sure to save your changes by clicking on the “Update” or “Publish” button at the top or bottom of the post editor.
Step 5: Add a label gadget to your site (optional)
If you want to make it easy for readers to find posts with a particular label, you can add a label gadget to your site. To do this, go to the “Layout” tab in the left-hand menu of your Blogspot dashboard. Click on “Add a Gadget” where you want to add the label gadget. In the list of available gadgets, select “Labels”. You can customize the gadget’s appearance and choose which labels to display.
Adding labels to your Blogspot site is a simple and effective way to organize your content and make it more accessible to your readers. With a little effort, you can create a site that’s easy to navigate and full of valuable content.