You can also customize and create your own template, although this requires more advanced knowledge of CSS and web design. There are many sites and individuals who also offer Blogger templates free for personal use.
You can change the arrangement of most of the elements within a template by dragging and dropping. Adding new page elements is easy, and Google gives you a good selection, such as link lists, titles, banners, and even AdSense ads.
Google does not currently offer a way to make voice posts directly to Blogger from your cell phone.
If you want to make blog posts, but you only want to keep a private journal or you just want your friends or family to read them, you can now choose to make your posts either private or restricted to approved readers.
Private posting was a much needed feature in Blogger, but you can only set the posting level for the entire blog, not individual posts. If you restrict your post to certain readers, each person must have a Google account, and they must be logged in.
You can add labels to blog posts, so that all of your posts about beaches, cooking, or bathtubs are properly identified. This makes it easier for viewers to find posts on specific topics, and it helps you when you want to glance back on your own posts.
The Bottom Line
Blogger doesn't make a podcast friendly feed without some tweaking in Feedburner. Blogger's tools for private blogging are still very basic and do not allow for as much customization as bigger social networking blog sites, such as MySpace, LiveJournal, and Vox.
However, for the price, its really a very well rounded blogging tool. Blogger is an excellent place to start blogging.