How To Create 'Contact Me' Form on Blogger

Do you know how to create a contact me form on Blogger? As long as you have a Google account you can create almost any document on earth for your blog.  It's so easy, you'll wonder why you've never done it before! You'll get 1024 MB of free storage space.


Type in your password and sign into your Google accounts. (If you have a Blogger blog or Adsense ads, you already have a Google account).
If you've ever created a Google profile, this sits at the top left of the page, along with the picture you updated. If you've never created a Google profile, perhaps this is the time to do so.
All your Google accounts are at the bottom of the page you've opened. These include your Adsense, Analytics, Blogger, Picassa Web Albums and dozens more. If you haven't got all of these, don't worry. The only thing you need for this exercise is 'Google documents'.

Create free documents, surveys and contact form for your blog

1. Click on 'Docs'
2. On the top left you'll see two options, Create New and Upload
3. Click Create New
4. You'll see a drop down menu with these options: Document, spreadsheet, presentation, form, drawing, etc. Don't get distracted by all these (they're all wonderful). 
5. The last one is 'From Template'. Choose this one.
6. The page opens up with thousands of options. Look to your left for groups of search options. Choose 'narrow by type' in the second group of options..
7. Click on 'forms'.
8. Here you'll see the following forms for your website/blog (and thousands more): pick any of the winners - readers' feedback, polls, email sign ups, contact us, surveys, event surveys, etc. 
9. Personalise any of them to suit your site. You can hover your mouse to the right of each question in each survey to edit, change or delete it altogether.

10. There are thousands (literally) of forms you can use for personal use as well, (like wedding RSVPS, budgets etc, so go crazy. 
11. Once you've finished editing to suit what you want, look on the top right of the page you've worked on and choose, 'More Actions'.
12. The drop-down menu gives you the option to embed the finished page on your website. Choose embed and copy the code you're provided.
13. Go to your blog, embed the code on your page and you're done.
14. Always save your documents by a name you can remember. If you have lots of them this can be very useful in case you want to edit them in the future. 

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Recommended reading: Go to our Tutorials for new bloggers page for more articles like this one.


Anne's a published author, freelance writer and experienced editor. She's just signed her second publishing contract this year with 2 separate publishing houses. You can hire her or see her available books in the side panel on the right.
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