Once I started my blog, I realized that I was sometimes getting followers whose profiles didn't show any blogs... but then, they'd leave a comment and have a blog! It was weird, and I wasn't sure why I couldn't just find their blog directly from their profile.
Then, I realized that if I wanted people to easily check out MY blog, I needed to make sure my profile had a direct blog link. Turns out, there are two kinds of profiles you can choose to "follow" a blog with- your Google profile or your Blogger profile. For me, my Google profile has my name and my Blogger profile has a screen name (luckeyfrog). My Google profile will tell you a little about me, but my Blogger profile will show you my blog!
To me, it was important to make sure that I was following everyone with my Blogger profile, but now, I had to figure out how to do it.
Go to your Blogger dashboard, and scroll down past your blogs to where it says Reading List.
At the bottom, you'll see a blue button that says "Manage." Click it!
Once you are at the Manage Blogs I'm Following page, you can click on each blog and change the settings. I wish that I knew a better way to do this (believe me) but I think you have to do it one-by-one.
Click on the word "Settings" to the right of the blog. (For me, it was easiest to open a page's worth at once into tabs, change the settings on those, and then scroll down to the next group.)
Here, it shows you your profile on that blog. This shows me I am "currently using my Google profile." My Google profile is different from my Blogger profile, which would lead someone to find my blog, so I want to change it.
Click Change underneath the profile box if your Blogger profile is not shown. (By the way, have you checked out Mrs. Castro's Class? I just found her blog and I love it!)
Now, just click Blogger. It won't immediately do anything, but after a few seconds, it should work. I did get an error message a few times, but when I clicked Back and tried again, it worked.
If you did it right, you should see this:
It took me maybe half an hour to do this for each blog I follow, which wasn't bad, but then I realized that I'm not "following" those blogs I just have a feed for on Google Reader. Oh well- that'll be my next project!
Let me know if this was helpful for you. I don't know if this is something anyone else cares about...?