Are you an active blogger, and you use Windows 10 or macOS as the basis for your tools? Then you’re probably wondering how this can work on Chrome OS!
Or are you just starting to blog, and maybe heard of bloggers who do it with a Chromebook and swear by it? Now you ask yourself how to do this concretely?
With this post, I want to start a series that shows how to blog on Chrome OS. For this, I begin with concrete, practical examples based on my blogs and will post more possibilities, experiences about tools and instructions over time. Of course I will gladly answer your questions!
Parts of the series
- Why Chromebooks are awesome for it
- Using WordPress
- Creating a logo for your blog
- Installing a theme from Themegrill
- Editing code with syntax highlighting
- Optimizing the English language
- Translating texts in good quality
- Optimizing a foreign language
- Creating screenshots
- Adding annotations to images
- Optimizing images (size, remove Exif information, …)
- Recording screen contents as video
- Managing materials of posts
The corresponding links will follow step by step and not necessarily in the given order.
It can always be that new parts are being added or that something in the series changes to stay up to date.
My blogs as concrete examples
chrome your startup global
“Your guide to Chrome OS as the basis for digital content creation and online marketing”
chrome your startup
“Dein Wegweiser für Chrome OS als Basis für Digital Content Creation und Online Marketing“
[German version of this blog]
chrome your lin*droid experience global
“Your guide to Chrome OS and its Android & Linux apps”
chrome your lin*droid experience
“Dein Wegweiser für Chrome OS und dessen Android- & Linux-Apps”
[German version of chrome your lin*droid experience global]
23th of August, 2020: New post “Blogging under Chrome OS: Optimizing foreign texts linguistically” linked in the overview.
21th of August, 2020: New post “Blogging under Chrome OS: Optimizing English texts linguistically” linked in the overview.